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Thursday, 28 April 2011

member of the Hells Angels motorcycle club pleaded not guilty Monday to gun and drug charges.

Michael Ryan Fitzpatrick, 33, was booked into Spokane County Jail after his arraignment before U.S. Magistrate Cynthia Imbrogno in U.S. District Court in Spokane.

Fitzpatrick is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, conspiracy to manufacture 100 or more marijuana plants, conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, conspiracy to distribute marijuana, distribution of cocaine and three counts of distribution of marijuana.

He faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted.

Fitzpatrick was arrested on a marijuana charge March 4, and Spokane County prosecutors never formally charged him. Now he’s at the Spokane County jail without bail on the federal indictments. A bail hearing is set Thursday.

Thursday, 21 April 2011

man arrested for murdering and leaving a victim in the trunk of a burning car may have ties to the Hells Angels motorcycle gang.

The man arrested for murdering and leaving a victim in the trunk of a burning car may have ties to the Hells Angels motorcycle gang.
Taylor Wolf worked with and even lived at home of Ricky Jenks.  Police said Jenks is known as 'The Enforcer' and was arrested in March after the Hells Angels club house was raided.  Now investigators are trying to figure out how involved Wolf was with the Hells Angels.
Investigators arrested Wolf at a Spokane Valley apartment.  Investigators said the Knotty Pines Apartment unit belongs to Ricky Jenks.  They believe Wolf and Jenks likely met while working at Fessco Fleet and Marine.  Their former employer, Marc Fessler said both of them worked at the shop at the same time.
People at the Knotty Pines apartments said Wolf was helpful.  Jenks' girlfriend said Wolf house sat their apartment.
"He was always working on cars.  He'd rake the neighbor's yard.  He seemed like a good kid," said neighbor Kristopher Gattman.
Jenks was arrested when federal agents raided the Hells Angels club house.  Investigators are not calling the Wolf-Jenks connection significant at this point. 
"We've heard rumors about that.  But that's something we haven't been able to confirm either," said Spokane County Sgt. Bill Beeman.
People who know Wolf said he has been seen at the Hells Angels club house.  But it does not mean he is a member.  People who know Wolf said he was not acting like himself the week of the murder.

former head of the Manitoba Hell's Angels has been convicted of six drug related charges.

A judge found Ernie Dew guilty of trafficking cocaine and possessing drug money in connection to three deals in 2005.

This was his second trial as he was awarded a new one on appeal.

Dew was arrested with a dozen other bikers and their associates as part of a year-long police sting.

Justice officials paid a career criminal, Dew's friend, $500,000 to make the drug deals with the bikers while wearing a recording device. Police also videotapped several of the meetings between Dew and the undercover agent.

No date for sentencing has been set, as Dew's lawyer is still set to bring arguments forward his client was illegally entrapped by the sting.

Hells Angels member Wayne Tweeddale has had his prison sentence increased by a year in the court of appeal.

Tweeddale was sentenced to a three-year jail term after pleading guilty to 10 charges when he appeared before Judge John Clapham in the Wanganui District Court in October 2010.

He was convicted of several offences, including assaults, wounding, possession of weapons, burglary and threatening to kill.

The crown appealed the conviction, and Tweeddale had his sentence increased to four years on March 30.

The charges stemmed from an incident on October 3, 2010, which turned violent when Tweeddale pulled a knife and a gun.

when Tweeddale went to an isolated rural property north of Wanganui with the intention of sorting out a dispute over a piece of land.

A confrontation turned violent and Tweeddale pulled a knife and a gun, and threatened to kill a woman.

Friday, 15 April 2011

The Hells Angels biker gang is suspected of the brutal beating of a man after a Lauryn Hill concert

The Hells Angels biker gang is suspected of the brutal beating of a man after a Lauryn Hill concert Tuesday night at the Warfield Theatre, San Francisco police said Wednesday.

The victim and the group of about 10 bikers had been attending the Lauryn Hill concert at The Warfield when they got into an altercation in the lobby of the music venue, San Francisco Police Department  Sgt. Michael Andraychak said.

Two men, ages 35 and 39, were leaving the concert venue when they were approached by a group of about 10 men who were wearing Hells Angels jackets and had apparently also been at the concert, police Sgt. Mike Andraychak said.

One of the suspects asked the 35-year-old victim if he was a member of the Mongols, a rival motorcycle gang, police said.

“They heard somebody yelling from behind, ‘Aren’t you from the Mongols?’” Andraychak said.

The Hells Angels and Mongols are rival motorcycle clubs. Andraychak said neither victim is believed to be associated with any motorcycle gang.

The victims ran away and were chased by the suspects, who caught up with them and stabbed the 35-year-old man several times, police said.

Andraychak said the beating that followed “appears to be a case of mistaken identity.”

After one biker punched the man with a closed fist, several others joined in on the beating, Andraychak said. The victim’s injuries were serious but not life threatening, police said.

The suspects fled the scene on their motorcycles and had not been found as of Wednesday afternoon, Andraychak said.

They are described as white men in their 30s or 40s, at least one of whom had a full Hells Angels logo on his jacket, Andraychak said. Others had partial patches, signifying that they are "prospects or pledges" to the gang but are not yet full members, he said.

The two motorcycle gangs have a history of run-ins in San Francisco and throughout California, Andraychak said.

In 2008, Mark "Papa" Guardado, 46, was fatally shot outside a bar in The City's Mission District.

Guardado was the leader of the San Francisco chapter of the Hells Angels and his alleged shooter, Christopher Ablett, was a reputed member of the Mongols.

Federal murder and racketeering charges were filed against Ablett. The case is still pending in federal court.


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