Tue
28
Aug
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'Riding with da boyzzzz': Nomads bikies gather in Canberra

Canberra has continued its reputation as a bikie holiday hotspot after a Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Club gathering at the weekend.

Convicted killer and Nomads life member Mouhammed 'Moudi' Tajjour posted an image to his Instagram account on Sunday of dozens of patched bikies posing arm-in-arm on Mount Ainslie.

Senior Canberra bikie Michael Clark – who is the Nomads ACT chapter president - can be seen with his arm around Mr Tajjour in the middle of the snap.

A video, posted to the same account, shows Nomads members smiling and laughing at a Canberra cafe.

Nomads OMCG members pose for pictures on Mount Ainslie during a meeting in Canberra over the weekend.

Tue
28
Aug
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Hells Angels gang boss is fighting for his life after being gunned down in his white Bentley in a bloody drive-by shooting in Hamburg

  • Leader of Hells Angels Motorcycle Club was shot five times at set of traffic lights
  • Dariusch F, 38, is in being guarded by police at hospital in Hamburg, Germany
  • Police have launched a hunt for the gunmen who sped away after the attack

A Hells Angels boss is fighting for his life after being shot at in a drive-by shooting at a set of traffic lights.

The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club member, identified only as Dariusch F, was reportedly shot in Hamburg, Germany.

The 38-year-old leader of the Hamburg branch of the notorious club was rushed to hospital and is being guarded by police following the horrific attack. 

Thu
23
Aug
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Finks motorcycle gang member charged over fires in driveway of Maryland home

A FINKS motorcycle gang member set fire to two vehicles parked in the driveway of a Maryland home as the occupants slept, police allege.

The member of the outlaw motorcycle group was charged this week over the fires that were lit in November last year, police said in a statement on Thursday.

About 1am on Thursday, November 2, two men were at their home on Berrico Avenue, Maryland, when they were woken by a man telling them two vehicles in the driveway were on fire.

Fire & Rescue NSW were called and extinguished the fires but two Hi-Ace vans were destroyed, police said.

Following inquiries, a 28-year-old man attended Newcastle City police station on Wednesday where he was charged with two counts of maliciously destroy property by fire, police said.

He was refused bail and will face Newcastle Local Court.

Sun
19
Aug
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Awaiting trial, ex-Outlaws boss rails on snitches, invokes Drew Peterson case

There’s a patch worn by supporters of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club that sums up the sentiment of biker gangs toward informants. “Snitches are a dying breed,” it says.

These days, former Chicago Outlaws boss Orville “Orvie” Cochran, once one of Chicago’s most-wanted fugitives, is worried about informants turning on him. In a letter to a judge, he has expressed concern that someone might try to frame him as he sits in jail in Wisconsin awaiting trial in a racketeering case that accuses him and five of his onetime biker brothers of murder and mayhem.

Sun
19
Aug
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Bikies infiltrator 'outed by Australian authorities' given Canadian refugee status

The ABC can reveal that former outlaw motorcycle gang insider Stevan Utah won the landmark asylum claim in Canada.

Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) accepted evidence that there were murder contracts placed on Mr Utah's life after he was recruited by the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) for a national operation against bikie gangs.

In a ruling that condemned the actions of Australian authorities, the IRB found the country failed to offer Mr Utah adequate protection amid a "broader pattern due to corruption, ineptitude and structural difficulties".

It found Australia's top crime agency "outed the claimant as an informant" with a 2006 media release "divulging that they had a source" in the Bandidos.

Months later Mr Utah fled Australia after what the IRB accepted was a brutal attempt on his life by some Bandidos members on the Sunshine Coast hinterland.

He has since spent more than a decade in hiding and legal limbo.

Thu
16
Aug
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RCMP warns increased presence of outlaw motorcycle gang members expected in central this weekend

The RCMP is alerting the public of an expected increase in the presence of outlaw motorcycle gang members in central Newfoundland this weekend.

Staff Sgt. Steve Conohan of RCMP Criminal Intelligence said the public may see groups of riders on the roads and highways, and within communities. 

“Outlaw motorcycle gangs are known to be involved in illegal activities, despite their attempts to present themselves as good community citizens,” Conohan said. “We urge the public not to engage with them. Instead, we ask that any sightings or suspected illegal activity be reported to the police.”

Thu
16
Aug
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NEW: Florida motorcycle gang members rounded up in federal meth bust

Members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club were among 16 people — most from Volusia and Flagler counties including Daytona Beach and Palm Coast — charged with conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, according to an indictment unsealed and announced on Thursday by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Orlando.

The defendants are accused of conspiring to distribute “large quantities” of methamphetamine to individuals and groups in Central Florida. Those arrested include to members of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club, an outlaw motorcycle gang, according to to the press release from the office of Maria Chapa Lopez, the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida.

The release listed the names and cities of people indicted but did not say which of them are affiliated with the biker gang.

Wed
15
Aug
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Two Hells Angels arrested in crackdown on alleged drug ring in Quebec

Quebec provincial police say two Hells Angels members have been arrested in a crackdown on an alleged drug trafficking ring in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region.

Police say those arrested include the alleged head of the network, Bernard Plourde, who is described as a member in good standing of the gang’s Trois-Rivieres chapter.

In a release, police say the 55-year-old Plourde is facing charges of drug trafficking, conspiracy and gangsterism.

Police say a warrant was executed at his Saguenay-area home and that vehicles belonging to Plourde were also seized.

Another Hells Angels member, Jean-Francois Bergeron, of Desbiens, was also arrested along with two other men.

Provincial police say the arrests are the second phase of an operation dubbed Nocif (Toxic) aimed at dismantling a vast network.

 

Last November, authorities made 24 arrests in the Saguenay region as well as Montreal and the Monteregie area in southwestern Quebec.

Tue
14
Aug
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Feds: Hells Angels member charged after discovery of more than 12 pounds of meth

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — Federal charges were filed Monday against two Anchorage residents — including a purported Hells Angels member — after a joint task force uncovered more than 12 pounds of methamphetamine and some $25,000 in cash during a raid on Friday.

According to the criminal complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska, a search conducted on a South Anchorage apartment occupied by Charles "Pup" Phillips and Lois Latrilla Phillips turned up 120.9 grams of what investigators report tested positive for methamphetamine. Authorities also discovered $24,924 in cash, digital scales, psilocybin mushrooms,various pills, needles, and baggies, all believed to be used for the distribution of narcotics.

Mon
13
Aug
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IMPD monitors four biker gangs during Indy rally

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — During a bold and never-before-seen show of presence in an attempt to establish territorial claim, four biker groups rallied in Indianapolis Saturday as IMPD officers maintained a wary watch.

Two long established Indianapolis biker gangs with approximately 130 motorcycles representing the Sons of Silence, the Outlaws and other allies, partnered up at a southeast side rally location before dispersing in small groups of a dozen or so riders to head for bars throughout the east side early Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile, an apparently newly formed congregation of Hells Angels, many from Ohio but never previously represented in large strengths in central Indiana, was joined by other bikers, including the Black Pistons of Michigan, outside of a clubhouse location south of downtown.

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