Briton Tied to Hell’s Angels Pattaya Member Arrested in Nakhon Sawan Province

NAKHON SAWAN – Pol Lt Col Dullayapat Techapornyasin of the Special Branch has informed Thai media that an alleged member of the Hells Angels Pattaya gang has been arrested in Nakhon Sawan province for overstaying his visa.

British National, Damon Wait, 42, was taken into custody by the Special Investigations Branch of the Royal Thai Police in front of a hotel in Muang district on Tuesday.

Pol Lt Col Dullayapat Techapornyasin said police have had the gang under surveillance since December as they potentially posed a threat to peace and security.

Hell’s Angel Gang Member, Wayne Snyder, was killed by other gang members over drug conflicts, he said.

While there has been no evidence that Mr Wait was involved in the murder, he was found to have overstayed his visa and moved to Chiang Mai.

He said Mr Wait had once been arrested during a raid on a drug party but was later acquitted.


Police storm Nomads’ Islington clubhouse after 'restricted premises' declaration

“COURT order!” police screamed before kicking down the door.

Police have sealed the fate of the Islington clubhouse of the Newcastle chapter of the Nomads bikie gang.

Heavily-armed police attached the anti-bikie squad Strike Force Raptor stormed the Chinchen Street clubhouse at 7pm on Monday after the Supreme Court declared the property a “restricted premises” four hours earlier.

The ruling gives police the extraordinary power to enter the property at any time and prevents convicted criminals from meeting at the clubhouse.

The Newcastle Herald was told anyone who meets at the clubhouse with a criminal record would be charged. The owner of the property would also be charged.

Detectives drilled a notice sign declaring the property a restricted premises to front wall of the clubhouse.


Finks member charged, loaded pistol found after gang’s Illawarra clubhouse raided

Two Finks members have been charged and a loaded pistol seized after police raided what was to become the Illawarra Chapter of the outlaw motorcycle gang’s clubhouse early Thursday.

Police detectives, assisted by the Tactical Operations Unit, Dog Unit, and Strike Force Raptor searched the property at an industrial unit at North Wollongong just after 6am.

The unit was fortified and undergoing renovations apparently to be established as the gang’s clubhouse, police said.

Two men – aged 20 and 34 – were arrested at the location and taken to Wollongong Police Station.

During the search warrant, investigators seized a loaded .22 calibre pistol with a silencer, ammunition, a stolen Toyota Hilux, and Finks OMCG paraphernalia.


Details of Gypsy Jokers president’s weapon stash aired in court

THE president of the Gypsy Jokers has been denied release from custody after allegedly being caught with about 30 grams of speed, guns, a silencer, steroids and explosives.

Magistrate David Faram told the Wodonga court on Wednesday John Anthony White, 39, was too much of a danger to be released back into the community.

He has been charged with having a trafficable number of guns, drug trafficking and a string of other offences.

Echo Taskforce Detective Senior Constable Ben Smith said police strongly opposed bail given White allegedly had access to guns, drugs and explosives.


How an outlaw motorcycle gang took root in Clarksville

The go by nicknames like Slo-mo, Goon, Fester, Lurch and Smurf.

But the members of what police call an outlaw biker gang in Clarksville are no joke, committing, robbery, extortion, distributing meth and doing whatever it takes to get away with their crimes, according to the Department of Justice, and that includes murder.

Many of their illegal activities have been committed in Clarksville, where the California-based Mongols motorcycle club sponsored its first local chapter in Tennessee in 2015, according to 54-count indictment handed down earlier this month.

Twelve members of the Clarksville Mongols and three other men working with them were charged in the indictment.


Arrest made in Morocco shooting

A Lowell man is facing a charge of reckless homicide following a fatal weekend incident in Morocco.


Frank Klotz, 57, is currently being held at the Newton County Jail in connection with the shooting death of Dakoyta Corning, 21, also of Lowell. The incident took place at the Invaders Motorcycle Club at 102 N. Polk Street, Morocco, at approximately 8:24 p.m., on Jan. 27. Corning was transported by Newton County EMS to Riverside Medical Center in Kankakee, Illinois, where he was pronounced dead.


Five arrested after investigations into outlaw motorcycle gangs in Albury and Wodonga

Five people have been arrested near the Victoria-NSW border as part of ongoing investigations into alleged drugs and firearms trafficking by two outlaw motor cycle gangs.

The raids were part of investigations spanning two states targeting the Black Uhlans and Gypsy  Jokers outlaw motorcycle gangs.

Nine properties were raided in Wodonga and one in Albury, a mix of residential and business premises.

Four men aged 54, 52, 39 and 28 along with 22-year-old woman all from Wodonga were arrested.

Detective Acting Inspector Stuart Bailey said police will continue to put pressure on the gangs.

“Outlaw motorcycle gangs don’t only operate in our major cities, they also have a criminal presence in our regional centres,” he said.

“We know these groups have long histories of engaging in a range of crimes, particularly those linked to firearms, and the indiscriminate nature of their crimes presents a significant risk to the community.”


Comancheros bikie boss jailed as police get tough on gangs

(video)--THE most powerful outlaw bikie in the nation has been secretly jailed.

Comancheros national president Mick Murray was spotted in cuffs last week being placed in a prison van.




Hells Angel Larry Amero arrested and charged in 2012 murder plots of rivals

(video)--Notorious B.C. Hells Angel Larry Amero has been charged with conspiracy to kill gangster rivals Sandip Duhre and Sukhveer Dhak, who died months apart in targeted 2012 shootings.

Amero, 40, was arrested in Ottawa on Thursday by Vancouver police officers, with the assistance of Ottawa police and the Ontario Provincial Police biker enforcement unit.

He will be brought to B.C. to face the conspiracy charges, Vancouver police said Thursday afternoon.

Convicted gang hitman Dean Michael Wiwchar, 32, has also been charged with one count of murder in Duhre’s January 2012 assassination, as well as conspiracy to commit the murder of Dhak in November 2012.


Laconia Hells Angel pleads guilty to federal drug charges

LACONIA — A Laconia man who allegedly belongs to the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to four counts of distributing methamphetamine, federal prosecutors said.

James Cunningham, 61, sold 26.6 grams (.94 ounce) of methamphetamine on four occasions in 2013 to an individual who was cooperating with the FBI, according to a statement released by acting U.S. Attorney for New Hampshire John J. Farley.

Three of the transactions took place in Manchester and one in Merrimack.


Cunningham was one of four men arrested and charged by federal authorities with drug trafficking crimes last June 9.

The other three were Timothy Raxter, 52, of Tilton, who also was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm; Harry Bolton, 63; and Kenneth Bailey, 52, both of Weare.

They pleaded guilty to the charges last fall and are awaiting sentencing.


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