Wed
09
Oct
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19 handed indictments

FAIRMONT — A 37-year-old man who was charged in connection with a fight between two motorcycle clubs that occurred on Aug. 3 at the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall has been indicted by a Marion County Grand Jury.

James Cody Biggie, 37, of 5702 Field Street, Farmington, was indicted Tuesday by a Marion County Grand Jury for carrying a concealed firearm by an unlawful user of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of controlled substances, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine, said Jeffrey Freeman, Marion County prosecuting attorney.

Thu
05
Sep
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Bail reduced for third man held in biker club melee

FAIRMONT —Bail has been reduced for the third man who was taken into custody on charges in connection with a fight between two motorcycle clubs that occurred on Aug. 3 at the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall.

Court records show bail for Jason “Jay Bird” Harris, 49, of Fairmont, was reduced from $1,000,012 to $750,000 during his recent preliminary hearing before Marion County Magistrate William T. Holmes in Fairmont.

Harris, who was taken into custody Aug. 23 without incident at an acquaintance's residence in Fairmont, was wanted by the White Hall Police Department for attempted murder and conspiracy to commit a felony.

He waived his preliminary hearing and the charges were bound over Sept. 3 to Marion County Circuit Court, according to court records.

Tue
27
Aug
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$1M bond set for Pagan motorcycle club member

FAIRMONT – Jason “Jay Bird” Edward Harris, 48, of Fairmont, is being held on a $1,000,012 bond on one count each of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit a felony.

Harris was one of four men who carried out a pre-planned attack on a New York man on Aug. 3 outside of the BFS Foods convenience store in White Hall.

During the fight, the attackers struck Kenneth Murphy of Hilton, N.Y. with a baseball bat, as well as cut and stabbed Murphy with a knife.

“This is based upon a police investigation which is supported by physical evidence, surveillance video, witness statements, and personal observations,” states the complaint.

Harris, a member of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, was arrested Friday night in Fairmont after staff with the U.S. Marshals Service in Clarksburg received a confidential tip. Witnesses at the scene the day of the attack said Murphy was wearing a Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club jacket.

Sat
24
Aug
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Fairmont man arrested in connection to motorcycle club stabbing

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WDTV Staff) -- The Northern District of West Virginia U.S. Marshals Service has reported that a Fairmont man accused in connection to a motorcycle club stabbing has been arrested.

Authorities say Jason "Jay Bird" Harris, 49, was taken into custody around 10:45 p.m. Friday and is charged with attempted murder among other charges.

The initial incident happened on August 4 and involved two Whitehall Outlaw Motorcycle clubs called the Pagan Motorcycle Club and the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.

The stabbing left one man injured

A tip led investigators to a home on Oregon Ave in Fairmont where the suspect was arrested.

Fairmont Police Department and the West Virginia State Police also assisted in the arrest.

Harris will be held at the North Central Regional Jail.

Mon
01
Jul
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8 arrested after Kanawha County motorcycle club robbed

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:

Mon
10
Sep
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Warlocks gives WTC a great start

(picture) --- KEYSER - The Warlocks Motor Cycle Club, Rock Hill Chapter, once again gave the Mineral County Warm the Children campaign a great kick off with a donation of $3,100.

The donation represented the proceeds of their annual Warm the Children Crab Feast, held Aug. 4 at their club house on Knobley Road.

The Warlocks have been the largest single contributor to Warm the Children every year for the past several years.

Warm the Children provides warm winter clothing for Mineral County children in need and is co-sponsored by the Mineral Daily News Tribune and Mineral County Family Resource Network.

Thu
21
Sep
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Warlocks help Warm the Children

ANTIOCH - For the 13th year in a row, the Warlocks Motorcycle Club was able to kick off the Warm the Children campaign with a sizable donation from their annual WTC Crab Feast.

The club held their event in August at their Rock Hill headquarters and were able to raise $2,523 for the campaign which provides warm winter clothing for Mineral County children in need.

The Warlocks would like to thank the following for donating to the event: Bob Fike of Herald Printing, who donated the tickets; Lumber & Things, Automated Packaging Systems, Hayward Wilson State Farm, Knobley Mountaintop Store and Food Lion. Also thanks to the Wepco Federal Credit Union and First United Bank & Trust, who sold tickets. Pictured are Gerri Mason and Dayla Harvey of Warm the Children with members of the Warlocks.

Wed
24
Aug
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Warlocks present check to Warm the Children

ANTIOCH - Members of the Rock Hill Warlocks Motorcycle Club recently presented a check for $4,140 to Warm the Children.

ANTIOCH - Members of the Rock Hill Warlocks Motorcycle Club recently presented a check for $4,140 to Warm the Children.

The Warlocks have been the top fund raiser for Warm the Children every year for the past ten years and the money is raised through their annual crab feast and hog roast traditionally held on the first Saturday of August.

Warm the Children is co-sponsored by the Mineral Daily News Tribune and Mineral County Family Resource Network, and provides warm winter clothing for Mineral County children in need.

Applications for assistance from the WTC program are being accepted now through Wednesday, Aug. 31.