4th man arrested in N.S. biker cold case
Another man has been charged in connection to the cold case death of a former Hells Angel in Nova Scotia.
RCMP said they arrested Dean David Whynott, 44, at his home in Truro Heights Monday.
Whynott is due in Truro Provincial Court Tuesday afternoon to face a charge of accessory after the fact of murder in the death of Randy Mersereau.
Police found human remains during a search of a property on Hiram Lynds Road on Dec. 5. A medical examiner identified the remains as Mersereau's on the weekend.
Mersereau disappeared 11 years ago during a biker gang war. He was the target of a failed bombing at his car dealership in Bible Hill, and had not been seen since Oct. 31, 1999.
Police said he was involved in a drug war with the Hells Angels, his former club.
His brother, Kirk Mersereau, and his brother's wife, Nancy Christensen, were found dead in their home in Centre Burlington, Hants County, in September 2000. At the time, investigators said they believed Kirk Mersereau and Christensen were victims of a planned and possibly professional killing.
Curtis Blair Lynds, 34, was charged Monday with first-degree murder in the deaths of Christensen and Kirk Mersereau, and of being an accessory after the fact in the death of Randy Mersereau.
Les Greenwood, 41, was charged last week with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Christensen and Kirk Mersereau. He was also charged with accessory after the fact in the death of Randy Mersereau. He's due in court Jan. 11.
On Dec. 1, Gerald Leslie MacCabe, 43, was charged with being an accessory after the fact in Randy Mersereau's death, the cause of which hasn't been released because the investigation is ongoing.
No one has been charged with Randy Mersereau's murder, though police said they do have a suspect.