Member of South Buffalo chapter of Kingsmen Motorcycle Club sentenced to prison for racketeering

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A member of the South Buffalo chapter of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club has been sentenced to prison time for a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act charge. 

Stanley Olejniczak, 53, of Buffalo, was sentenced to 96 months in prison in federal court. 

According to the assistant U.S. attorneys handling the case, Olejniczak was a member of the club from 2009, during which time KMC members and associates used and/or distributed marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, and other controlled substances in and around the chapter's clubhouse. 

KMC members including Olejniczak forcibly shut down the Springville Chapter of the KMC in June 2013 and stripped members of their colors because the Springville Chapter members remained loyal to the former KMC National President. 
"Brandishing firearms, KMC members struck a victim in the head with a blunt object and stole items from the Springville clubhouse," a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office says. "Olejniczak and other KMC members used bleach to clean areas where the victim bled and cut and removed portions of the rug which contained blood."
 
To date, 14 have been convicted, including National President David Pirk, who was recently convicted following a four month jury trial.
Charges remain pending against six other defendants.
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