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Friday, 18 September 2009

David George Gerow was caught by police within hours of a province-wide warrant issued for his arrest.

The member of The Renegades Motorcycle Club, a local affiliate of the Hells Angels, was charged with a number of offences on Monday but did not bring himself forward to police. Instead, said police, they caught him not far from the site of the alleged crimes. Gerow was initially charged with assault causing bodily harm, break-and-enter with intent to commit an assault, forcible entry, and theft valued at less than $5,000 against a male and female in a house north of the city's core.
"He showed back up at the alleged victims' residence just shortly before 10 p.m. last night and he knocked on the door," said RCMP spokesman Cpl. Dave Tyreman. "A friend of the victims' came to the door. Gerow saw the friend and took off. They called the police, and we came and started a search of the area."
A police service dog was one of the responders. The dog and handler found a scent trail quickly and Gerow became their quarry, all within minutes of the complaint call.
"We did about a three-hour dog track," said Tyreman. "For us to track for three hours meant he had to be on the move for three hours. If he hides, the dog will be on him right away."
Just before 1 a.m., Gerow was located by the dog in the 1400 block of Aberdeen Road, which amounted to only a few blocks from where the search began, but the path was meandering.
He was remanded in custody pending a court appearance that could be held as early as today.

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