Fri
06
Sep
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Authorities warn about possible violence at Sternwheel Festival

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - Washington County authorities are warning people about the possibility of gang trouble at this weekend’s Sternwheel Festival.

In a joint news release, authorities warn that they have received information that multiple gangs of “outlaw” bikers may be at the festival this weekend which may lead to violent confrontation.

The joint release is with Marietta Police Chief Rodney Hupp, Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks and Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 84 Commander Lt. Chris Chesar.

According to the release, it all stems back to an incident that happened back in the summer between two national motorcycle gangs, the Pagans and the Outlaws, at the Marietta River Front roar. That incident ended peacefully.

Thu
05
Sep
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Man pulls gun on Hells Angels after being assaulted at Corydon Avenue bar

Winnipeg Police say that the Hells Angels member who allegedly assaulted a man at a Winnipeg bar on July 13,2019 has turned himself in.

According to investigators a male had been confronted by several members of the Hells Angels at Bar Italia on Corydon Avenue just after 1:00 am. A full-patch member of the motorcycle club allegedly assaulted the male. The victim of the assault pulled out a firearm threatening the group of outlaw bikers.

When officers arrived on scene the people involved in the altercation had already fled.

The investigation identified Travis Timothy Pallister as the suspect who had allegedly initially assaulted the male.

Pallister, 38 turned himself in to police on September 4, 2019. He has been charged with Assault.

Thu
05
Sep
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Police Issue Caution About Outlaws MC Members in Central

RCMP are warning the public about an increased presence of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club in central Newfoundland this weekend.

Officers say people may see outlaw motorcycle gangs riding in formations at high rates of speed, unsafely passing vehicles on the highway, and blocking intersections. Police also say the bikers may congregate at stops along the highway.

Police Issue Caution About Outlaws MC Members in Central

RCMP urge the public not to engage with these gangs, and to instead report sightings and any suspected illegal activity to police.

Thu
05
Sep
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Bail reduced for third man held in biker club melee

FAIRMONT —Bail has been reduced for the third man who was taken into custody on charges in connection with a fight between two motorcycle clubs that occurred on Aug. 3 at the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall.

Court records show bail for Jason “Jay Bird” Harris, 49, of Fairmont, was reduced from $1,000,012 to $750,000 during his recent preliminary hearing before Marion County Magistrate William T. Holmes in Fairmont.

Harris, who was taken into custody Aug. 23 without incident at an acquaintance's residence in Fairmont, was wanted by the White Hall Police Department for attempted murder and conspiracy to commit a felony.

He waived his preliminary hearing and the charges were bound over Sept. 3 to Marion County Circuit Court, according to court records.

Tue
03
Sep
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Hells Angels parties at B.C. rec centre worry anti-gang cops

Police worry about violence targeting the outlaw motorcycle group

The spokesperson for B.C.’s anti-gang police unit said it’s “concerning” that Hells Angels gang members appear to have been holding parties in Langley Township rec centres.

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) has been running a social media campaign in recent months to warn people about the risk to the public posed by outlaw biker gangs such as the Hells Angels.

“Anyone could have been in danger of being a victim of an act of violence, an innocent victim,” Winpenny said.

The Hells Angels are “perpetrators and attractors of violence,” she said.

Mon
02
Sep
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Hell of a bike show in Albir, Costa Blanca

The ninth Costa Blanca custom bike show rolled into the town of Albir on sunday, September 1 to the sound of roaring exhaust pipes and live, very load rock music.

Bikes arrived from as far afield as Romania, lined up in the streets with chrome as far as the eye could see.

The event was organised, as in the years before, to support a local charity, by the 20 members of the Costa Blanca Hells Angels under the banner of The Custom Bike Show. This year, working with the Alfaz Del Pi town hall and Local Police, all monies raised will go to providing school books to those families not in a position to purchase them themselves.

Thu
29
Aug
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Several Bandidos cited in a traffic stop involving 16 motorcycles

Several members of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club were cited when they entered Rapid City Thursday afternoon.

Community Relations Specialist Brendyn Medina with the Rapid City Police Department said the police were aware of a Bandido run through Rapid City this week.

"We have a plan in place to keep them and the residents of Rapid City safe during the run," Medina said. 

 

He said 16 motorcycles were pulled over for traffic violations as the group exited I-90 near Omaha. There were multiple traffic and concealed carry weapons violations issued during the mass traffic stop.

There were no further incidents after the citations were issued.

Wed
28
Aug
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Police informant kicked out of witness protection for using drugs, among other reasons, gov't says

Documents come in response to lawsuit filed by biker gang informant Noel Harder

The federal Attorney General says a Saskatoon man who helped convict 20 criminals was kicked out of the Witness Protection Program earlier this year for several reasons, including using drugs and failing to answer phone calls and texts. 

Noel Harder — who served as a police informant and main witness for the largest organized crime investigation in Saskatchewan history — also visited a strip club known to be a criminal hangout, communicated with several people using his real name, and broke too many other rules, according to a court document obtained this week by CBC News.

Tue
27
Aug
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$1M bond set for Pagan motorcycle club member

FAIRMONT – Jason “Jay Bird” Edward Harris, 48, of Fairmont, is being held on a $1,000,012 bond on one count each of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit a felony.

Harris was one of four men who carried out a pre-planned attack on a New York man on Aug. 3 outside of the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall.

During the fight, the attackers struck Kenneth Murphy of Hilton, N.Y. with a baseball bat, as well as cut and stabbed Murphy with a knife.

“This is based upon a police investigation which is supported by physical evidence, surveillance video, witness statements, and personal observations,” states the complaint.

Harris, a member of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, was arrested Friday night in Fairmont after staff with the U.S. Marshals Service in Clarksburg received a confidential tip. Witnesses at the scene the day of the attack said Murphy was wearing a Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club jacket.

Mon
26
Aug
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Hells Angels lose bid to derail B.C. clubhouse forfeiture

The Director of Civil Forfeiture seized the Nanaimo Hells Angels clubhouse in Nov. 2007 and commenced proceedings in Nov. 2012 against the East End and Kelowna clubhouses. A legal challenge to stop the province’s attempt to seize the clubhouses was thrown out of court

The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and seven members have failed to have the province’s attempt to seize three of their clubhouses thrown out of court.

In a roughly 15,000-word ruling in advance of his decision in the civil forfeiture case, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Barry Davies rejected the Angels’ arguments that their rights had been violated in the proceedings to grab their properties in Nanaimo, the East End of Vancouver and Kelowna.

The fulcrum of the petition was the legality of the RCMP’s disclosure to the Civil Forfeiture Office of information gleaned from “Project Halo,” “Project E-Pandora” and “Project E-Predicate” — investigations involving the motorcycle enthusiasts.

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