FBI raids house of Hells Angels member in Clovis

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CLOVIS, Calif. (FOX26) — The FBI is raiding a house and removing property.

It started around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday at a house on Fallbrook Avenue near Sunnyside and Nees. The FBI and Clovis Police are still at the house investigating.

FBI and Clovis Police arrived at the house and started calling people out of the house. Neighbors say a Hells Angels Motorcycle Club member lives in the house.

An FBI spokesperson said that agents are serving a search warrant. The FBI spokesperson said the courts have sealed the documents in the case and no other information is available.

Back in November, the Hells Angels clubhouse was also raided.

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