Final Hell's Angels member agrees to plea deal in Hometown Inn shooting

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AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) — Hell's Angels member Dominick Eadicicco took a plea deal in Augusta County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
 

He will serve eight years in prison for malicious wounding by a mob and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

As part of the plea deal, the U.S. Attorney's office will not prosecute Eadicicco on the federal level.

Eadicicco was one of two men originally charged with attempted first degree murder for his role in the attack of a rival gang at the Hometown Inn in Augusta County in September 2018.

Last month, the four other men involved in the attack took plea deals.

Nathaniel Villaman, Joseph Paturzo and Richard West ach pleaded guilty to one count of malicious wounding by a mob, and will serve four years in prison.

Anthony Milan, who, like Eadicicco, originally faced a charge of attempted murder, will serve eight years.

According to Augusta County Commonwealth's Attorney Tim Martin, the deals were a positive outcome because the victim, a member of the Pagan Motorcycle gang, was not cooperative with law enforcement.

The Hells Angels are based out of New York, while The Pagans are based out of Virginia.

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