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Bail hearing for Kelowna Hell's Angel

The man who's believed to have brought the Hells Angels to Kelowna is behind bars for breaching his bail, and asking the court to let him go again.

Josheph Bruce Skreptak, 45, appeared in a Kelowna courtroom Wednesday for the first leg of a bail hearing that's set to continue Aug. 2. The details of the hearing are under a publication ban, but Skreptak's charges are a matter of public record.

He's charged with aggravated assault, assault and break and enter for a 2010 incident. For that matter he'll be in court in December.

He's also facing charges related to a major weapons seizure in Salmon Arm. That matter will go to court, there, in September.

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