Outlaws Clubhouse Torched

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Someone burned the Outlaws clubhouse at 4035 18th Ave South in St. Petersburg, Florida early yesterday morning. According to published reports, the building was undergoing “extensive renovations at the time of the fire.”

The clubhouse was home to one of the American Outlaw Associations’ 16 chapters in Florida.

According to Jarrod Holbrook, a television reporter with WFTS in Tampa who has effectively reported police statements in the past and who seems to have sources with both local police and within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, authorities “are looking at gang retaliation as a possible factor.”

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