Williams says Thunderguards claims don't add up

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A Superior Court hearing comes on May 15th concerning attempts to oust the Thunderguards Motorcycle Club from Wilmington.

The state attorney general is seeking a court order to have the group vacate its clubhouse and storage units on the 28 hundred block of Northeast Boulevard.

Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams says club leaders have told him they're a unifying force in the neighborhood, but he hears of things going on that don't support that claim.

"I can't tolerate nonsense where there's shootings, ruckus all night long until 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning, people being drunk, loud music, cars, and then they're telling me they're stabilizing the neighborhood. That's a bunch of crap, malarkey."

 

Williams also says April's work by Licenses and Inspection to clean out seven alleys in the city will be followed up by more of that work as they try to reclaim areas from crime and drug activity.

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