The former president of the London Hells Angels chapter is jointly charged with an ex-civil servant, accused of altering the alleged biker’s Ministry of Transportation records, court documents show.
The OPP’s anti-rackets branch announced charges this month against Robert Barletta, an alleged Hells Angels member, and Richard Pereira, a former provincial government employee, following an investigation into an alleged privacy breach at the Ministry of Transportation.
Court documents obtained by The Free Press shed additional light on the charges against Barletta, Periera and two others charged in the nine-month probe that was related to a crackdown on an alleged gambling ring linked to the Hells Angels.
The four are jointly charged with mischief to data, breach of trust, unauthorized use of a computer and breach of trust.
Barletta, 50, and Pereira, 36, are accused of committing a breach of trust by “unlawfully altering” Barletta’s Ministry of Transportation records, court documents say.