Patrick Bemister, former Outlaw, sentenced to 4 months

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A former member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club charged with assaulting two off-duty police officers was sentenced to jail time Monday in Gander.

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Patrick Bemister, seen here in a file photo, was sentenced to four months in jail, along with 18 months probation, relating to an incident last year involving two off-duty RCMP officers. (CBC)

Patrick Bemister, from Grand Falls-Windsor, was given a four month sentence, along with 18 months probation, and ordered to provide a DNA sample.

Bemister was charged following a brawl at Gander nightclub Legends in September last year.

Earlier this year, Bemister pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and one count of assault causing bodily harm involving two off-duty RCMP officers.

During his probation, Bemister is banned from Legends and other establishments that serve alcohol, is ordered to stay away from any Outlaws member, except his father, and is banned for life from possessing a firearm.

In April, Bemister blamed his father for his association with the Outlaws gang, stating he was brainwashed into becoming a member.

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