A former president of the Hells Angels in Manitoba has been denied both day and full parole.

The decision came down on Wednesday.

Dale Sweeney, 47, was deemed to be a “risk to society” by the Parole Board of Canada.

According to parole board documents, Sweeney is serving a second federal sentence of 10 years for “Instruct Commission of Offence for a Criminal Organization and Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.”

Sweeney was first arrested in January 2012 in possession of $20,000 in cash, four phones, a journal, and score sheets related to a drug trafficking operation, the documents said.

He was released without any charges, but was arrested again in March 2016.

The documents state Sweeney had a previous criminal record of “crimes of violence, theft, fraud, attempting to obstruct justice and most recently in 2002 discharge firearm with intent.”

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