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Man Says He Was Punched, Had Motorcycle Club Vest Ripped Off By Rival Motorcycle Gang Members At Dodson Avenue Club

A man told police that he was punched and had his motorcycle club vest ripped off by rival motorcycle gang members.

Jeremy Spence said it happened at Club Utopia at 2110 Dodson Ave.

Ralph "Stang" Oliver, 38, 4318 Victory Lane, and Robert Lamont "Solo" Solomon, 43, of 460 Midland Pike, were charged with aggravated robbery.

Spence said he was punched in the left eye by Oliver. He said Oliver and Solomon then ripped off the vest.

He said Solomon displayed a pistol and began firing it in the air.

He said he fled the area "out of fear of further assault and being shot."

Police said Oliver and Solomon are members of the Sin City Disciples motorcycle gang.

Mon
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Nine more arrested in triple murder case

Five brought in have links to Bandidos

The police have arrested another nine people today in connection with the triple homicide that took place in Frederiksberg late last year.

Six of those arrested will be charged with murder, aiding and abetting in murder and violating the weapons law, while the other three will be released after giving their statements. All of them are aged 22-33 and five of those arrested have connections with the Bandidos biker gang.

“During the day’s operation, nine people were arrested and 13 raids targeted 13 specific areas spread across the whole of Zealand,” the City Police wrote.

READ MORE: Two men arrested in triple murder case

Sun
17
Apr
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Mass motorbike gang causes traffic jams in Bethlehem

A gathering of more than 100 Outlaw Motorcycle Gang members, believed to be attending a memorial service at Te Wairoa Marae, triggered a large police operation in Bethlehem during the weekend which caused major traffic jams.

The road policing operation caused traffic congestion and delays along State Highway 2 on Saturday morning but Senior Sergeant Denis Murphy said the police were not apologetic.

While the delays to other motorists and road users were "unfortunate", the police made "no apology for policing gangs".

A large gathering of motorcycle gang members prompted a major police operation. Photo / Andrew Warner

A large gathering of motorcycle gang members prompted a major police operation. Photo / Andrew Warner

Sat
16
Apr
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Hells Angels member seriously injured in Lachute shooting (video)

A 41-year-old member of the Hells Angels is in serious but stable condition after being shot in the back while he was riding his motorcycle in Lachute.

The man was riding in Bethany Rd. about 10:30 a.m. when multiple gun shots were heard, the Surete du Quebec confirms.

A resident who lives nearby and who did not want to be named says he heard bangs and then a series of rapid fire shots. He ran to the road and found the biker in pain and lying on the road with a woman at his side.

Fri
15
Apr
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DJ shot at Coventry pub 20 years ago tells court Outlaws biker gang member was responsible

Anthony Stephens denies attempted murder of Darren Stephens outside The Plough in London Road in 1996

A former Coventry pub DJ who was shot in the face, allegedly by a member of the Outlaws motorcycle gang, pointed to the dock at Warwick Crown Court yesterday and told a jury: “I know it was him who shot me.”

Victim Darren Smith, who was a Warwick University law student and part-time DJ at the time, was pointing at Anthony Stephens.

Stephens, aged 48, formerly of Cranberry Road, Tile Cross, Birmingham, has denied attempting to murder Mr Smith and an alternative charge of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

Tue
12
Apr
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Weapons found in Amsterdam raid of motorcycle gang member home

The police found and confiscated two semi-automatic firearms and a handgun while searching two homes in Amsterdam. Three people were arrested, including a member of outlaw motorcycle gang Satudarah.

The homes were searched on Monday based on a tip. In one home officers found two CZ VZ58 semi-automatic guns, three magazines with bullets and a small quantity of hard drugs. A handgun and a small quantity of drugs were found in the second house. Satudarah clothing was found in both homes.

Three people were arrested, a 62 year old man who is a confirmed member of Satudarah, a 57 year old woman and a 53 year old man. The Satudarah member and the woman are still in custody. The other man was released on Monday night and is no longer considered a suspect.

Mon
11
Apr
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Bandidos member loses fight with police over gun licence and 'gang' label

A bikie gang member has lost his appeal against the revocation of his gun licence, in what police hope could be a landmark case.

In at least two previous cases,  involvement with a gang has been held by the courts to be irrelevant when determining a person's fitness to hold a firearms licence.

Wade Victor Innes, from Wairarapa, had held a firearms licence since 1997. But police revoked it last July, claiming he had twice failed to update his address and had been seen wearing a Bandidos motorcycle club vest.

Parliament has listed the Bandidos as a criminal-affiliated gang, and police have described them as a worldwide organised crime syndicate that set up in New Zealand in 2012.

However, Innes argued at Masterton District Court that he was a family man who simply belonged to weekend bike club.

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Apr
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DPS investigating after victim reports being shot at by motorcycle gang members

GOODYEAR, AZ - The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating after a victim says members of a motorcycle gang shot at him.

Troopers received the report around 7:45 p.m. and the caller said it happened near the Perryville Road exit of Interstate 10 in the West Valley, according to a spokesperson.

The caller told law enforcement five or six shots were fired by members of the Mongol motorcycle gang, but neither he nor his vehicle were hit.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies stopped a group of Mongol gang riders near their clubhouse.

Detectives with the DPS Gang and Immigration Intelligence Team Enforcement Mission are conducting the investigation, Capt. Damon Cecil said.

Authorities were searching the area for evidence and interviewing witnesses as of 9 p.m. Saturday.

Fri
08
Apr
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Hells Angels vs Mongols: Shootout in Rotterdam hotel

A massive fight at the Van der Valk hotel on Energieweg in Rotterdam on Thursday night, was between rival biker gangs the Hell’s Angels and the Mongols, the police reports. A total of 23 members of these two gangs were arrested, one of them injured in the leg. 

According to the police, the fight broke out in the bar of the hotel, next to the lobby and restaurant. Several shots were fired. In what the police calls a “miracle” not hotel guests or staff were injured.

The police, Koninklijke Marechaussee (a policing force that’s part of the military) and ambulance staff responded to the scene en masse. The police found only one injured person, one of the motorcycle gang members was shot in the leg. If any others were injured, they were in a state to get away.

Fri
08
Apr
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Bikie in court: Bandidos national president Jason Addison gets reference from former mayor

(VIDEO)--AN OUTLAW motorcycle gang boss has received glowing references from a former mayor during a court case in Queensland.

Bandidos national president Jason Murray Addison, 51, pleaded guilty today to ripping off Queensland Transport over registration fees for two expensive Harley-Davidsons.

The minor charges were freshly laid today when earlier theft and fraud charges were dropped because of a lack of police evidence.

Mr Addison, who runs a masonry business making headstones and tombstones, received written support from an ousted Victorian mayor who described the gang boss as a “good man” who devoted his time to mentoring young people.

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