Two members of the Hells Angels are accused of possessing illegal guns and drugs in the Hudson Valley.

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Recently, members of the Putnam County Sheriffs Department Road Patrol and Narcotic Enforcement Unit, as well as members of the New York State Police and Town of Kent Police Department conducted a joint operation in the Town of Kent.

During the enforcement effort, a vehicle was stopped on the entrance ramp to Interstate 84 westbound from Route 311 in the Town of Patterson. During the stop, Daniel F. Quinn of Montague, NJ, a member of the Iron Affliction MC, a support club of the Hells Angels MC, unlawfully possessed a loaded pistol and a quantity of suspected cocaine, police say.

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Another passenger, Joshua Levitan of Port Jervis, a member of the Walkill Chapter of the Hells Angels MC, is also accused of being in possession of a weapon and suspected cocaine.

Both were charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a controlled substance. ​Both men were arraigned by the Honorable Judge Leader in the Town of Patterson Court and remanded to the Putnam County Correctional Facility in lieu of bail.

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