Tue
21
Jan
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NH prosecutors want another look at Zhukovskyy’s truck in biker-crash case

New Hampshire wants another look at the truck authorities say Volodymyr Zhukovskyy crashed into a squad of bikers, killing seven.

Coos County, N.H., prosecutors filed a motion in the Granite State courts on Wednesday seeking permission for consultant Crash Labs, Inc., to “conduct a further examination” of the Dodge Ram pickup the 23-year-old Zhukovskyy is accused of driving under the influence when he crashed into the Jarheads Motorcycle Club members, killing the veterans and their loved ones.

The prosecutors didn’t elaborate much further on what they and the consultants hope to get from this, other than to say that they Crash Labs could “conduct testing or take additional measurements of the truck” and then “return the vehicle to its previous post-crash state.”

Tue
21
Jan
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Milam County case against Bandido, license to carry still in limbo

A local biker is still waiting to find out if Milam county will reschedule his trial after the county Judge declared a mistrial in December.

(video) --- MILAM COUNTY, Texas — Milam County went forward with prosecuting Patrick Lewis Vaden, a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club in December, but Judge Steve Young ruled the case a mistrial after only two days. More than a month later, defense attorney Kurt Glass still doesn't know when or if his client will need to return to court. 

Vaden was pulled over in Nov. 2018 for driving 67 mph in a 60 mph zone. He had a license to carry and had a gun when he was stopped. 

Mon
20
Jan
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Abilene police investigate overnight shooting at nightclub involving motorcycle gang

fuckin article goes wonky on me when I post it like a normal post,,,

heres a link though and maybe that'll fly:

Abilene police investigate overnight shooting at nightclub involving motorcycle gang

Sat
18
Jan
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Ground broken for National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum in Jacksonville

Northeast Florida military veterans came together Saturday to honor comrades in arms who were prisoners of war or missing in action. A standing-room-only crowd wept, hugged and prayed during the groundbreaking ceremony for the estimated $82 million National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum being built at Cecil Commerce Center in Jacksonville.

Military veterans from throughout Northeast Florida came together Saturday morning to honor comrades in arms who were prisoners of war or missing in action and remember their sacrifice.

A standing-room-only crowd that including former prisoners of war, as well as the families of those missing in action and Gold Star families, wept, hugged and prayed during a solemn ceremony marking the groundbreaking for the estimated $82 million National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum.

Fri
17
Jan
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NH organizers of bike ride honoring crash victims thank state

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A group that organized a big memorial bike ride in New Hampshire following the deaths of seven motorcyclists in a collision with a pickup truck is presenting the state agencies that helped out with a custom-made, wooden U.S. flag.

The flag is etched with the victims’names from the June crash in Randolph. A presentation by the Ride for Fallen 7 Foundation is scheduled for 9 a.m. Jan. 23 at the state Incident Planning and Operations Center, where the flag will be displayed. The building houses agencies from the safety and transportation departments.

An estimated 3,000 motorcycles, with 4,500 riders from around the country, took part in the Ride for the Fallen 7 in July. They rode 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Laconia to the crash site in Randolph, where a memorial service was held.

Those killed were members of the Jarheads Motorcycle Club.

Thu
16
Jan
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New charges filed against man accused of killing Hollywood Hein

WINNEBAGO COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - Prosecutors have filed new charges against a man accused of shooting and killing Kevin "Hollywood" Hein at a Neenah bar.

A criminal complaint obtained by Action 2 News shows Casey Cameron, 36, has been charged with five counts of 1st Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety related to people who were in the Short Branch Saloon at the time of the Oct. 14 fatal shooting and robbery.

Cameron is also charged with 1st Degree Intentional Homicide for the killing of Hollywood and Armed Robbery.

Prosecutors dismissed the previous case against Cameron and re-filed Jan. 15 with the new charges. The new charges allege Cameron showed "utter disregard for human life" when it came to two women and three men who were in the Short Branch Saloon.

Sun
12
Jan
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GALLERY: International Motorcycle Show at Showboat Atlantic City

GALLERY: International Motorcycle Show at Showboat Atlantic City 

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Sat
11
Jan
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Detectives Probing Hell’s Angels Shooting Look to Head Off Gang War

Detectives are running down leads in an attack that saw gunmen on motorcycles open fire on the Hells’ Angels Bronx clubhouse earlier this month — a shooting they hope to solve before the violence escalates, authorities said.

A police official told Bronx Justice News investigators are examining all possibilities in the case, including whether a rival motorcycle gang shot up the Angels’ new Throggs Neck digs on Jan. 2.

The motorcycle club, which has historically doubled as a violent street gang, recently relocated its headquarters from Manhattan to the Bronx.

Now, investigators are concerned the Angels will strike back before the culprits responsible for the clubhouse shooting are arrested.

The property was fired upon by multiple shooters on motorcycles, who rode away and have not been caught, authorities said.

Sat
11
Jan
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Police monitoring Hells Angels HQ as bikers arrive for fundraiser

(video) --- PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Providence and state police are monitoring what is expected to be a large gathering of bikers at the Messer Street headquarters of the Hells Angels on Saturday.

The party, advertised by the biker club on social media, is billed as a way to raise money for the defense fund of Joseph Lancia, who was arrested after he allegedly fired a gun at a passing truck on June 12. 

Lancia has been identified by law enforcement as the president of the Rhode Island chapter of the Hells Angels.

Fri
10
Jan
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Polk jury convicts man of motorcycle gang-related shooting in Auburndale

The prosecutor said Aaron Delaune was trying to raise his standing in a motorcycle gang when he fired shots at four people, including two children, as the family inside traveled to a park for a birthday celebration.

BARTOW — A Louisiana man faces a minimum 15 years in prison after a jury convicted him late Thursday of firing two shots into an SUV in September 2017 as the family inside traveled to a park for a birthday celebration.

Prosecutors were seeking attempted second-degree murder convictions against Aaron Delaune, 26, for firing on the four people, including two children, in the SUV, but the jury found him guilty of the lesser attempted manslaughter.

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