SF police accuse motorcycle gang member of assault, gun and drug possession

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The vicious beating of a man last fall led San Francisco police to arrest a motorcycle gang member whose home had a trove of guns and drugs, as well as $275,000 in cash, authorities said Wednesday.

San Francisco police arrested Nicholas Adam, 25, on Tuesday in connection with an assault that took place Oct. 1, when police responded to reports of man on the 1000 block of Ocean Avenue being repeatedly punched in the head and face. The victim, a 58-year-old Burbank man, was treated for life-threatening injuries at the hospital and has since been released, police said. He was allegedly attacked by two men.


    San Francisco police said a search of the home of Nicholas Adams, 25, turned up illegal narcotics and firearms, as well as approximately $275,000 in cash. Photo: Provided By San Francisco Police

Police identified one of the suspects as Adams and received a warrant to search his home on Jan. 16. Adams wasn’t home at the time of the search, authorities said, but police discovered narcotics and firearms — including a handgun, shotgun and AR-15 style rifle — as well as more than a quarter-million dollars in cash.

Adams surrendered himself to the police Gang Task Force on Jan. 30, police said.

He was booked into San Francisco County Jail on charges of aggravated assault, battery causing serious bodily injury, possession of a controlled substance for sale and possession of controlled substances while armed.

“Adams is known to be a member of a local Bay Area motorcycle gang,” the police said in a statement.

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