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Tensions were high between rival motorcycle clubs before fatal Fall River shooting

FALL RIVER — Tensions between two rival motorcycle clubs heightened in the months before the fatal shooting of an Oak Bluffs biker during a brawl that put law enforcement on alert for retaliatory violence, according to court documents.

On the evening of Friday, Sept. 13, Eric Voshell, whose hometown newspaper reported was a member of the Sidewinders Motorcycle Club, was fatally shot during a parking lot brawl outside JC’s Cafe. Police identified the accused gunman, Joseph Noe, 25, as a member of the rival Outlaws Motorcycle Club.

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09
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19 handed indictments

FAIRMONT — A 37-year-old man who was charged in connection with a fight between two motorcycle clubs that occurred on Aug. 3 at the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall has been indicted by a Marion County Grand Jury.

James Cody Biggie, 37, of 5702 Field Street, Farmington, was indicted Tuesday by a Marion County Grand Jury for carrying a concealed firearm by an unlawful user of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of controlled substances, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, said Jeffrey Freeman, Marion County prosecuting attorney.

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07
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Central Texas biker clubs call for anti-discrimination law

The Sons of Liberty Motorcycle club is calling on local bikers to advocate to the public for their clubs, and help support anti-profiling legislation.

(video) --- MILAM COUNTY, Texas — The Sons of Liberty Motorcycle Club is calling on their riders to help change public perception, and ultimately state law, to prevent club riders from being profiled as criminals. 

Dozens of bikers rallied at the Milam County courthouse Saturday after a local biker was arrested and changed with unlicensed carrying of a weapon. 

Court documents show Patrick Vaden had a hearing in Milam County on that charge in September.

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02
Oct
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As more outlaw bikers show up, Wildwood considers canceling Roar to Shore

WILDWOOD — Bikers with the annual Roar to the Shore event may have overstayed their welcome.

Citing an increased presence of outlaw motorcycle gangs in recent years, officials here are considering canceling the event.

Though he's urging a wait-and-see approach, Commissioner Pete Byron said the event has undoubtedly changed.

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The annual Roar to the Shore brings thousands of motorcyclists to the Wildwoods this weekend. Friday Sept. 9, 2016. (Dale Gerhard/Press of City)

Wed
02
Oct
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Seven more murders linked to biker gang Caloh Wagoh: report

Investigators linked six, possibly seven, more murders to Caloh Wagoh, on top of the three murders members of the outlaw motorcycle gang have already been charged with, sources around the investigation told newspaper De Telegraaf. 

The lawyer representing Caloh Wagoh leader Delano R. confirmed to the newspaper that his client was questioned about a series of new murders and attempted murders, but would not say anything else. The Public Prosecution Service refused to comment before the next proforma hearing in this case, scheduled for Friday.

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01
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Hells Angels sentenced for murder in Berlin

A German court has sentenced the leader of Hells Angels Berlin charter to life in prison over an apparent revenge killing. Under his orders, a group of bikers stormed a local bookmaker's shop to kill one of his rivals.

Eight members of Hells Angels' Berlin charter, including the group's leader Kadir P., were sentenced to life in prison by a Berlin court, German officials announced on Tuesday.

The charter leader was found guilty of putting a kill contract against Tahrir Ö, with whom he was in a long-running conflict. In early 2014, a group of 13 Hells Angels stormed a Berlin bookmaker's shop, with one of them opening fire and hitting Tahrir Ö. with six bullets.

The 26-year-old died at the scene.

Some of the participants wore masks, surveillance video footage from the building showed.

 

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Sep
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Suspect arrested after another shooting on Hughes Street in Danville; residents are left on edge

(video) --- A man has been arrested Monday evening in connection to the shooting in Danville Sunday morning along Hughes Street.

According to Danville Police, Rayshawn Wa-Heim Bennett, 18, has been charged with use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and shooting into an occupied building.

Danville Police say he was arrested without contest, and is being held in the Danville City Jail under no bond. He has also been identified as the man reported as sustaining gunshot injuries in the original release.

Sat
28
Sep
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Several facing trial together for attempted homicide in Charleroi

Several men charged with attempted homicide were formally arraigned Friday afternoon in Washington County Court before Judge John DiSalle in connection with a brutal assault by alleged members of the Pagan Motorcycle Club last April in Charleroi.

The judge set Monday, Dec. 9, as the date for jury selection, and Deputy District Attorneys Leslie Ridge and Jason Walsh notified the defendants they are to be tried together, known as “joinder.”

Attorney Ryan Tutera, who represents Joseph Olinsky, 46, of McKeesport, expects to be defending another client in a homicide case Dec. 9 in Allegheny County Court.

He called the Washington County trial date of Olinsky and co-defendants “a paper date,” noting that the prosecution must diligently pursue trial for those who are incarcerated within 180 days of their arrests.

“It’s realistic from the Commonwealth’s perspective,” Walsh said. “We’re ready to go.”

Fri
27
Sep
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Brothers East or B*EAST: Who are they?

(video) --- LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) -Seven people were arrested this week in connection with ATM thefts in the area. They were said to be members of an outlaw motorcycle gang most people around here had never heard about.

Local law enforcement officers say Brothers East or B*EAST is an outlaw motorcycle gang that started in Channelview, Texas about four years ago.

Calcasieu Sheriff’s gang expert, Captain Robbie Broussard, says Brothers East gang has about 200 members and allegedly engages in mostly property crimes.

“Thefts, motorcycle thefts, firearms and drugs,” says Broussard.

He says they do not have a foothold here and likely never will.

Fri
27
Sep
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Gold Coast armed robbers confronted by alleged bikie gang president in bungled escape

(video) --- Two armed robbers who stole thousands from a Gold Coast bank were almost stopped by the alleged president of an outlaw motorcycle gang before narrowly escaping.
The man and woman, dressed in black with their faces covered by helmets and armed with a handgun, entered the Burleigh Waters Suncorp Bank yesterday and stole $5000 in cash.
During their escape, however, some of the money was dropped by the pair and then they were confronted by the alleged Gold Coast Hells Angels president Greg Pearce.

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