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POLICE yesterday enlisted the expertise of a geophysicist with ground-penetrating radar to search for the remains of a man believed to be buried beneath the concrete slab of a Sydney house.

April 11, 2012
 Detectives watched as every centimetre of ground at the home in Excelsior St, Merrylands, was examined with the device in the hope of finding human bones beneath the surface. Investigators suspect the body of Craig Sarac, 24, was buried beneath the slab soon after his disappearance seven years ago…

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Bikies ''spoke'' to by police after brutal bashing

April 11, 2012

POLICE said they spoke with bikie gang members after the brutal bashing of a man in Seven Hills but have not yet charged anyone. Just after midnight on Sunday, a 28-year-old man with multiple stab wounds, two broken ankles, two fractured knee caps, two broken arms, cuts and abrasions was found by em…

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Paul 'Sasquatch' Porter, Hells Angels president, pleads guilty to cocaine possession

April 11, 2012

The president of the Hells Angels Nomads pleaded guilty to possessing nearly a quarter of a kilogram of cocaine Tuesday, sparing his girlfriend a potential criminal conviction and prison sentence. Paul (Sasquatch) Porter admitted he was the one who possessed 248.1 grams of cocaine with a street val…

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Former national Commanchero bikie boss, Mahmoud "Mick" Hawi has been sentenced to at least 21 years in jail for the murder of Hells Angels associate Anthony Zervas in the infamous Sydney Airport brawl.

April 10, 2012

Mr Zervas, 29, was bludgeoned with a bollard and stabbed in the chest and abdomen during the brawl on March 22, 2009, which shocked bystanders and the city more broadly.

Today, Hawi, 31, was sentenced in the NSW Supreme Court to a maximum of 28 years in jail with a non-parole period of 21 years. This…

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Cops make life hell for Angels

April 10, 2012


Cancel the pig roast, scrap the poker run and forget about the Halloween bash -- the Hells Angels are not exactly in a partying mood. The Manitoba chapter can thank police and justice officials for raining on their annual parades and tearing apart what's left of their organization. The Free Press ha…

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Man sought for questioning in slaying

April 6, 2012
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Brandon James Gann, 30, should be considered armed and dangerous, San Joaquin County…

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Santa Rosa Hells Angels Leader Sentenced to Prison in Mortgage Fraud Scheme

April 6, 2012


Josh Leo Johnson was sentenced yesterday to 12 months in custody and ordered to pay $130,000 in restitution to SunTrust Mortgage for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme, United States Attorney Melinda Haag announced. The defendant, the current vice president of the Hells Angels Sonoma Chapter, plea…

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DETECTIVES are attempting to get a Rebels bikie banned from Darwin CBD for being a wally.

April 5, 2012

 

 CCTV footage shows the 26-year-old member of the Rebels Darwin chapter bouncing on the footpath in a boxer's stance, allegedly challenging males outside nightclub HP Underground. Security guards watch on unimpressed as two long-suffering friends of the bikie try to placate him. The bikie event…

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Members of Florida White Supremacist Biker Club Arrested

April 5, 2012

 

Six bikers, some of whom were members of a white supremacist biker gang, were arrested in Florida and Chicago on drugs and explosives charges following a three-year undercover police investigation by a variety of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Arrested were Leah Klose and B…

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U.S. court jails drug smugglers with ties to Angels

March 26, 2012

 

Three key players in a multinational drug-smuggling operation with ties to B.C.'s Hells Angels were sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court in Seattle. Jacob Burdick, 34, of Marysville, Wash., was sentenced to 12 years for directing the distribution of drugs and money from a warehouse in Kent, Wa…

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Hells Angels attack pizza man after car chase

March 25, 2012

 

The Berliner Morgenpost newspaper said members of the gang were sitting outside their club house in Berlin's Wedding district at 3 a.m. when the man and his 17-year-old son drove by in a white Audi. What followed was a high-speed chase involving three Hells Angels cars. "When the Italians' Aud…

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Hells Angels refused permit for gang raffle

March 25, 2012

 

A list of pending charges including possession, supply and conspiracy to deal class A drugs, robbery, burglary, and past convictions for drug offences, money laundering, theft, manslaughter and wounding with intent have persuaded the Gambling Commission that the Hells Angels Nomads can't be truste…

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cop charged in Hells Angels brawl

March 25, 2012


Fairfield police officer was charged by the Sussex County Prosecutor's Office on Friday for his part in a January assault that involved alleged members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. According to Sussex County Prosecutor David Weaver, the police officer was off duty at the time and tried to i…

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THE sergeant-at-arms for the Finks motorcycle gang, Richard Michail, and his accomplice Matthew Ward are unlikely to qualify as criminal masterminds after they were recently found guilty of stealing a $400,000 Lamborghini from a Port Melbourne dealership.

March 25, 2012

The Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera was always going to attract attention, but police discovered the canary-yellow car less than two kilometres from where it was pinched - directly in front of the Finks' Port Melbourne clubhouse. The County Court was told Michail entered Lorbek Prestige Cars on M…

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Two Former Pagans Motorcycle Club Members Enter Guilty Pleas

March 25, 2012

 

After three days of trial, the final two members charged in a federal investigation of the Pagans Motorcycle Club entered guilty pleas. A jury trial started March 19 for Richard Weaver and Elmer Luke Moore. Yet, in a March 22 hearing, Weaver entered a guilty plea to being a bodyguard of a convict…

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Gangs Squad detectives have arrested four men following investigations into drug manufacture and an altercation involving alleged associates of the Hells Angels and Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gangs

March 21, 2012


Gangs Squad detectives have arrested four men following investigations into drug manufacture and an altercation involving alleged associates of the Hells Angels and Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMCG). Cash, drugs, firearms and an inactive clandestine drug laboratory have also been uncovered …

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Winnipeg police continued their assault on the Hells Angels by stripping another member of his gang status

March 21, 2012

 

 Winnipeg police continued their assault on the Hells Angels by stripping another member of his gang status and seizing the jailed president's Harley-Davidson motorcycle from the World of Wheels trade show. The Free Press has uncovered details on both events, the fallout from last week's Project F…

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Hells Angel and rival tussle at Belmont coffee shop

March 21, 2012


A dispute that started when two rival bike gang members -- one a Hells Angel -- faced off in San Mateo County jail, turned violent when the men ran into each other in front of a Belmont coffee shop, prosecutors said Monday. Now 40-year-old Orlando Jesus Rodriguez, a member of the Wanted motorcycle g…

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Biker Gang Member Accused of Beating Rival

March 21, 2012


A suspected motorcycle gang member has been accused of beating a  rival gang member with a crowbar outside a Belmont coffee shop earlier this  month.     Orlando Jesus Rodriguez, 40, of San Mateo, pleaded not guilty on  Monday to assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the March 6 attack,  w…

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Mad Child, who formed Swollen Members with Prevail in Vancouver in 1996

March 17, 2012

 

Mad Child, who formed Swollen Members with Prevail in Vancouver in 1996, was in the throes of addiction to painkillers and also was prevented from touring the States; the duo's self-run label, Battle Axe Records, was sputtering. They had been smeared by an association with the Hells Angels that s…

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Man linked to notorious Dhak group shot to death in Starbucks in Nueva Vallarta

April 30, 2012

A high-ranking gangster from B.C. was gunned down in Mexico late Friday night. Lower Mainland resident Thomas Gisby, 47, was shot to death inside a Starbucks in the tourist town of Nuevo Vallarta. Gisby is believed to be linked to Metro Vancouver's notorious Dhak group, whose members, alongside th…

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feared Dutch bikers' gang Satudarah MC has set up chapter in Belgium.

April 30, 2012

Satudarah MC doesn't exactly enjoy an excellent reputation north of the Belgian border. The Dutch authorities are conducting several investigations linked to drug trafficking and blackmail. Satudarah MC was set up in 1990 by several Dutch bikers of Asian descent. Today in the Netherlands the gang i…

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Hells Angels member from Brewster sentenced in RI on gun charge

April 30, 2012

A man prosecutors say has admitted being a member of the New York chapter of the Hells Angels has been sentenced in Rhode Island to 15 years in federal prison for violating a law barring felons from carrying firearms. Federal prosecutors said Friday that 42-year-old Christian Rufino, of Brewster, w…

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Hells Angels member sentenced in RI on gun charge

April 28, 2012

A man prosecutors say has admitted being a member of the New York chapter of the Hells Angels has been sentenced in Rhode Island to 15 years in federal prison for violating a law barring felons from carrying firearms. Federal prosecutors said Friday that 42-year-old Christian Rufino, of Brewster, N.…

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What is clear is that outlaw bikies are the visible tip of a much bigger criminal iceberg

April 27, 2012

The South Australian Government says organised crime groups, including bikie gangs, pose a clear danger to public safety. What is clear is that outlaw bikies are the visible tip of a much bigger criminal iceberg John Rau SA Attorney-General John Rau, in an address to the Police Association, said o…

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Steven Gareau, an Ottawa drug dealer condemned to life in prison in 2000 as a Hells Angels contract killer

April 27, 2012

Steven Gareau, an Ottawa drug dealer condemned to life in prison in 2000 as a Hells Angels contract killer, has won a new trial after filing a handwritten appeal to court from his jail cell. Gareau, now 56, filed the handwritten appeal last year on several grounds — notably that the trial judge err…

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Bikie lawyer blasts police 'media stunt'

April 27, 2012

Bikies are accusing police of an expensive media stunt, after only two men were arrested in widespread raids across Sydney's west. Strike Force Kinnarra was timed to coincide with a ban on bikie colours in Kings Cross - which came into effect this morning. Police are warning bikies to expect more a…

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Shooting a 'warning' from rival bikie gang

April 25, 2012

SIMMERING tension between rival bikie gangs exploded on the Gold Coast yesterday with the drive-by shooting of a tattoo parlour in the heart of Bandidos territory. Police fear the attack could be a push for territory by the Hells Angels as the outlaw gang seeks a toehold on the lucrative Glitter St…

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Jury hears grisly details about murder scene

April 25, 2012

Police discovered a grisly scene on Sept. 10, 2000, when they entered a Cogmagun Road home in Hants County. “It was a very brutal scene,” Cpl. Shawn Sweeney, who was a constable with the Windsor rural RCMP detachment that day, testified Tuesday in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Kentville. It was the…

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Bikies' colours banned from Kings Cross

April 23, 2012

 The New South Wales Government will ban bikie colours in licensed premises in Sydney's Kings Cross as part of a range of measures targeting outlaw bikie gangs. Bikies will also be banned from working in tattoo parlours, with legislative changes set to give the police commissioner the final say on…

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