Fight breaks out between motorcycle gangs at O’Fallon dealership

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Members of two outlaw motorcycle gangs got into a fight Thursday night at a Harley Davidson dealership, O’Fallon police say.

Around 6 p.m., police were called to a fight in progress at the business in the 1500 block of Greenmount Road, a news release from Capt. James Cavins stated. The dealership was hosting an event.

When police arrived, the fighting had stopped, according to the release. It was determined that approximately 5 to 10 members of two gangs, the Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club and the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, and associates of the gangs, were involved in a physical fight.

According to the release, no injuries were reported and all parties refused medical treatment. The event was shut down for safety reasons, and there were no further incidents.

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