8 arrested after Kanawha County motorcycle club robbed

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ST ALBANS, W.Va. (WOWK) – Multiple arrests have been made following an armed robbery involving three West Virginian motorcycle clubs.

Last night, June 29th, 2019 the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at the Apache Motorcycle Club near St Albans.

Once on scene, they discovered members of that club had been robbed by members of two other motorcycle clubs – the Pagans and Demons.

The investigation led to several arrests:

The following people were arrested for armed robbery:

  • James Grim, 37 of Poca, WV
  • Rhonda Brisendine, 47 of Elkview, WV
  • Roger Lee Prater, II, 33 of Delbarton, WV
  • Gary Steven McDaniles, 34 or Stollings, WV

The following people were arrested for conspiracy to commit armed robbery:

  • James Overby, Jr, 47 of Lorado, WV
  • Christopher Scragg, 45 of Charleston, WV
  • Douglas Bailey, 51, of Charleston, WV
  • Linda Paetz, 51 or Temperance, MI

Each of these charges is a felony.

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"According to the criminal complaints, witnesses told deputies that rival club members "entered the Apache Club uninvited and after some communication between club presidents, a physical altercation ensued."

The complaint continues, "The victims were physically beat up, held down, and held at gunpoint in order to be removed of their 'cuts' or motorcycle club patches or insignia."

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