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Authorities arrest man charged in Akron shooting. He was on run for more than a month

AKRON — U.S. Marshals in northern Indiana arrested Monday evening a man who is believed to be a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and had been on the run since April after he cut off his court ordered ankle monitor, according to a news release.

In September 2018, the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Robert Lee Greathouse, 53, who was facing charges of felonious assault after a shooting in Akron. Members of the task force tracked Greathouse to a rural cabin in Cadiz. Two pistols and a rifle were found in the home at the time of his arrest.

In April, Greathouse was given a short term furlough prior to beginning his prison sentence on the felonious assault case.

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60 years for ‘calling shots’ in grisly death

A judge has sentenced a man to 60 years in prison after hearing a video statement of the defendant giving a detailed description of how he helped dismember and dispose of the body of a woman found in Greene County in 2013.

Brandon Chittum, 36, formerly of Alton, was sentenced Friday by Associate Judge Neil Schroeder after prosecutors introduced a taped statement that was excluded from the trial in which Chittum was found guilty of first-degree murder, dismembering a human body, and concealing a homicidal death.

Chittum was found guilty under the accountability theory, which holds that he helped participate in the act and was accountable for the acts of co-defendant Patrick Chase, who admitted to carrying out the killing.

Assistant Madison County State’s Attorney Crystal Uhe argued that Chittum deserved the same 70-year sentence as Chase was given for the crime. She had argued during the trial that Chittum coached Chase in killing Coats, his then-girlfriend.

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PICTURES: Hells Angels end Euro Run in Brighton

THE HELLS Angels rode into Brighton yesterday

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The bikers descended on the city’s seafront at about 3.30pm and were met with a heavy police presence in Madeira Drive including officers on horseback.

Before the event a police statement said that 3,000 members and 700 motorbikes, mostly Harley-Davidsons, were expected to take part.

The Argus:

An officer also confirmed the police helicopter had been deployed in the area to keep an eye on proceedings and was seen hovering over the event throughout the afternoon.

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Live Hells Angels ride out and traffic updates as 3,000 bikers take to A23, M23, M25 and Sussex roads

The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club is celebrating its 50th UK anniversary with a huge ride out from Crawley to Brighton

The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club is celebrating its 50th UK anniversary with a huge ride out this afternoon (June 1).

Police are expecting anywhere from 700 up to 3,000 bikers, who have travelled from all over the world, to take to our roads.

The club's Euro Run has never been held in the UK before - the main event is being held at a hotel venue in Surrey but organisers have said it will culminate in a large scale ride out.

This will take place along the A23 from Pease Pottage to Brighton seafront between 2pm and 4.30pm.

However, it's expected that the surrounding road networks, including the M25 and M23, will also be affected as bikers make their way to and from the event.

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'They can't do s*** about us': President of Australia's newest bikie gang breaks his cover to taunt police - and claims his squad is rapidly growing

  • The president of Australia's newest bikie gang says the squad continues to grow 
  • Satudarah, 'one-blood', is an organised bikie gang set up in the Netherlands
  • President of Gold Coast chapter, 'Salvatore', said his 'brotherhood' is expanding

The president of Australia's newest bikie gang has broken his cover to taunt police and claim his squad is rapidly growing.   

Satudarah, meaning 'one-blood', is an organised outlaw motorcycle gang that was first set up in Moodrecht, Netherlands, in 1990 before spreading across the world.

The feared bikie gang has chapters all over Australia, and the president of the Gold Coast contingent claims the group continues to grow in numbers.

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Thirty Four arrests connected to Hells Angels Euro Run 2019

Police across Surrey and Sussex have made a further 24 arrests bringing the total to 34 for possession of offensive weapons and drug offences, connected to Hells Angels Euro Run 2019.

Teams of officers have been using stop and search powers to look for concealed items.

On Wednesday night, Surrey Police and Sussex Police introduced an order under Section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, allowing stop and search of individuals within a designated area of Surrey and Sussex.

This order has been extended and will now apply until 4am on Saturday morning (June 1).

The 34 arrests have been all for offensive weapons and drugs offensives and 12 people, five Germans, three Hungarian, one Swiss, one French, one Czech and one Greek man, have been charged.

Seven appeared in court on Friday and have been given suspended prison sentences. Five more will appear in court on Saturday.

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Huge M23 police response as 'Hells Angels bikers pulled over'

Hells Angels Motorcycle Club bikers have reportedly been stopped by Sussex Police on the M23

There was queuing traffic on the M23 near Crawley because of a police incident this afternoon (May 31).

The exit slip road at junction 10 Copthorne Way on the southbound carriageway was shut by officers shortly after 5pm.

An eyewitness said earlier: "Avoid the roundabout Crawley/East Grinstead.

"Loads of police pulled over some Hells Angels motorbikes."

Highways England confirmed the slip road at junction 10 was closed due to a "police incident".

It has since reopened and delays are starting to clear.

Sussex Police has been contacted for more information.

Wed
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Former Hells Angel accused of hit and run was stripped of his patch

Cops were slow to name the hit and run motorcyclist who allegedly ran down a four-year-old boy earlier this week, leaving him in life-threatening condition.

And in a Toronto courtroom on Tuesday, the suspect — a man named Darren Dawson — was allowed to wear his hoodie pulled over his face.

Few courtroom observers had seen anything like it.

Hit and run suspect Darren Dawson hides his face as he exits court on Tuesday, May 28 2019 Kevin Connor / Toronto Sun

Dawson, 31, is the offspring of late Hells Angels stalwart William “Billy” Dawson.

He allegedly followed his father into the 1% world of outlaw bikers but sometime during the last few years, sources told the Toronto Sun, he was stripped of his patch.

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Former Rock Machine member told his life is in danger

The Parole Board of Canada has done an about-face and suddenly cancelled the planned release of a former outlaw motorcycle gang leader after having received information that his life is in danger.

On May 7, the parole board granted Jean-François Emard day parole on the 33-month sentence he received in March 2018 after he was convicted of having possessed a firearm and drugs while he was parading around in the gang colours of the Rock Machine, a biker gang best known to Quebecers for its role in a bloody conflict with the Hells Angels between 1994 and 2002. The gang’s name vanished for years after the conflict ended but Emard and a handful of men revived the gang and even granted interviews to a few journalists in 2014 boasting that the gang was back.

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Two Hells Angels arrested on M25 near services on suspicion of possessing offensive weapons

A large number of motorcyclists are headed to East Surrey

Police have arrested two Hells Angels motorcyclists on the M25 on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon in public.

Sussex Police said it stopped and searched a vehicle at the side of the motorway near to Clacket Lane services on Tuesday evening (May 29).

The two arrested have travelled to the county as part of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) 'Euro Run' that is being held at an East Surrey hotel this weekend (May 30 to June 1).

Up to 3,000 bikers are expected in the county for the three-day event, with major disruption likely as the event culminates in a 700 motorcycle ride out to Brighton.

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