Sheriff’s office on lookout for biker who allegedly beat Fresno strip club bouncer

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(video) --- Deputies with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office are hunting a biker who allegedly beat a bouncer at a Fresno strip club in December.

Jesse Verdugo, 47, a member of the Malos Hechos motorcycle gang, is sought on charges of assault with a deadly weapon.

According to sheriff’s spokeman Tony Botti, the 5-foot, 8-inch, 200 pound biker and some of his friends were asked to leave the City Lights night club in December. At the door, Verdugo is alleged to have beaten the man who escorted him outside

Malos Hechos gang members have an extensive criminal history, involving contacts with Fresno law enforcement, including the beating of a man outside the now-closed Crossroads bar at Shields and Cedar avenues in 2014. The bar was later shut down because of the beating and an unrelated shooting.
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