March 24, 2019

100 GANGSTER NICKNAMES

You ready for some 1920's style gangster nicknames? Hell yeah you are, otherwise you wouldn't be here!

Show 'em who's boss with a nickname that says, "You better do as I say, or else!"

Picking a Gangster Nickname

You would think the process of giving someone a nickname is easy, and it can be in those times that you are not trying to do it, but if you are set on figuring out nicknames for all of your friends, then there’s a few things that you will need to know to help!
  • Personality: No matter what kind of nickname being assigned, it’s best that it is one that makes sense with the personality of the recipient of the nickname. The only exception to this unwritten rule is if you are purposely picking a name that contradicts the person in the name of humor, which is not a common thing for gangster nicknames.
  • Toughness: Your name should beef up your personal appearance just by making you sound tougher! Example: Al Capone's second in command was a guy named Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti. I doubt he was much of a pushover!
  • Specialty: If people have specific duties within their gangster group, then these should be used in order to help you give them nicknames!
  • Group position: Are you the kingpin of the group or merely a pawn? The higher up in rank you are within your gang, the more you are expected to have an intimidating name.
  • Name word play: Maybe your actual name is the perfect way to show you're a mobster meanie. For instance, infamous gangster and henchman Jack McGurn was nicknamed "Machine Gun", obviously for his specialty, but also for the similarity to his last name.
With that said, here's a list of our favorite 100 gangster, mobster, and mafia style names to give you some inspiration!


Guy Gangster Names

8-Ball
Jigsaw
Ace of Spades
King
Baldie
Kingpin
Blueman
Knuckles
Bones
Lord
Books (as in bookie or accountant)
Lucky
The Boss
Machine Gun
Bugsy
Mad Hatter
Butcher
Parole
Cain
The Prophet
Coon
Rattler
Cottonmouth
Recluse
Deathrow
Rifle
Digger (as in grave digger)
Rocks (as in "on the rocks")
Dimebag
The Sandman
The Don
Scar
Dreads
Sharkie (as in loan shark)
The Enforcer
Skinhead
Fastfingers
Smuggie (a smuggler)
Fat Tony
Snake Eyes
The Godfather
Snap
Guttermouth
Stab Happy
Headlock
T-Bone
Ice
Vito
Ice Box
Wheels (a getaway driver)


For more awesome sounding nickname ideas, check out 120 Badass Nicknames for Guys and Girls!


Girl Gangster Names

Amaretto (a sweet Italian liqueur)
Los Angeles Lolita
Angel Face
Magnolia
Baby
Mama
Baby Blue
Margarita
Bambi
Miss Demeanor
Bandit
Missy
Banker (as in bank robber)
The Monalisa
Bonnie (as in Bonnie and Clyde)
Nails
Brooklyn
Pearl
Bug
Pinstripes
Cadillac
Pistol
The Cardinal
Queen Bee
Cheeks
Queenie
The Cougar
Red
Diamond
Red Hot
Dollface
Rosie
Duchess
Ruby
Felony
Stiletto
The Flamingo
Tammy Gun (as in Tommy Gun)
Frenchie
Trigger
Gams
The Vicereine
The Harlem Hatchett
Vixon
Jailbird
Wicked Witch
Jersey
Widow
Kitty
Wifey


Choosing a Gangster Nickname

Your members should probably know what you’re up to in all of this nickname research, so call a meeting with them and get their thoughts. Some of them might already have nicknames that they like and have had dormant for a while, while others might not want a nickname at all.


Take some mental notes on their strong points, their personalities, and the input of everyone else in the group. Coming up with the names together would make it seem like even more of a brotherhood and make the names more personal.


There really is no set of rules governing what you can call a gangster, and actually no set of rules that gangsters really follow outside of their group anyway. Names are totally up to you and the group!


While you’re at it all, order some bacon pizza. Gangsters like bacon pizza.


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Brandon Lee's Real Cause Of Death Finally Revealed


Perquisition visant les Rock Machine dans une église désaffectée de Farnham

Des membres des Rock Machine réunis samedi soir dans une ancienne église de Farnham, en Estrie, ont reçu la visite de la Sûreté du Québec, qui a mis fin à leur assemblée et saisi de la drogue et des armes prohibées.


La perquisition a permis de découvrir des dizaines de comprimés de méthamphétamine, neuf vestes des Rock Machine, des armes prohibées et plusieurs contenants et bouteilles d'alcool, qui ont été saisis par les enquêteurs.
« Vers 19 h 30, les enquêteurs de la Division des enquêtes sur le crime organisé se sont présentés sur les lieux avec le groupe tactique d'intervention, des maîtres-chiens et des techniciens en identité judiciaire », a indiqué l'agent Louis-Philippe Bibeau, porte-parole de la SQ.

Sept hommes et deux femmes se trouvaient sur place lors de la perquisition, mais seuls deux hommes ont été arrêtés pour possession de méthamphétamine. Ils ont été libérés ensuite, mais des accusations pourraient être portées contre eux plus tard, quand les analyses toxicologiques des substances saisies seront complétées.
« Nous avions reçu des informations du public, qui avaient remarqué la présence de motards criminalisés à cet endroit. »

Les enquêteurs n'ont pas encore déterminé si le groupe avait loué l'ancienne église pour y tenir une assemblée ou une rencontre. Plusieurs membres portaient leurs couleurs lors de la perquisition.



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Dozens of bikers attend funeral for Hells Angels member gunned down in Peel Social Sharing

Dozens of bikers turned out on Saturday afternoon for the funeral of a Hells Angels motorcycle gang member shot to death in Mississauga earlier this month.

Motorcycle club members from across Ontario and as far away as Quebec and British Columbia attended a service for Michael Deabaitua-Schulde at the Vescio Funeral Home in Woodbridge.
Deabaitua-Schulde, 32, was described by police as a "well-entrenched" member of the notorious motorcycle gang's Niagara chapter. He was gunned down in the parking lot of HUF Boxing Gym on March 11, in what investigators called a targeted hit.

Police have arrested four men from Montreal in connection with the daylight slaying.
Members of several different motorcycle clubs turned out for the funeral. (Paul Smith/CBC)
A large contingent of Hells Angels members from Quebec were in attendance. All four men arrested in connection for the shooting of Michael Deabaitua-Schulde are from Quebec. (Paul Smith/CBC)

Many Hells Angels, along with members of allied outlaw motorcycle clubs — commonly called "support clubs" — were seen milling about outside the funeral home before the service began. There was also a heavy police presence, with officers from the OPP and York keeping a close eye on those in attendance.

Funerals for club members often offer police a rare opportunity to keep tabs on the who's who of the biker underworld.

The Hells Angels have hundreds of members in Canada. The gang first moved into Ontario in 2000, after they emerged victorious in a bloody biker war in Quebec fought against the Rock Machine MC.

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Death of Arlen Ness , American motorcycle designer and entrepreneur passed away at 79 .

In Loving Memory of Beloved Arlen Ness who recently passed away.



Arlen Ness Motorcycles  announced his death on their Facebook page with the following statements.


It is with heavy hearts that we announce Arlen Ness the visionary, loving husband, father, grandfather and leader of our family passed away last night March 22, 2019. Arlen passed away comfortably in his home surrounded by loved ones after the most creative and inspirational life anyone could imagine.

The most important things in Arlen’s life were his wife of 59 years Beverly, his children, grandchildren, friends and motorcycles. Arlen once said that “Motorcycling has been a great ride…my whole life since I’ve been motorcycling has been wonderful. I’ve met so many nice people. Friends all over the world…. We can go almost anyplace and stay with friends. It’s been great.” With few words Arlen conveyed his priorities every day, family and friends.

Everyone who knew Arlen respects him for his achievements and for who he was as a person, both of which are superlatives. The respect is how Arlen came to deserve the commonly spoken nickname “The King of Custom Motorcycles”. Arlen rarely reflected on his own success. He never planned for it, this is because what he achieved had never been done before; it had never been dreamt of.

Arlen has touched the lives of our family, the Arlen Ness team and thousands of others around the world with his genuine character. We will announce a memorial service and celebration of life after some private time, and appreciate your understanding. We thank you for your respects and condolences.

Although the Ness family cannot put their loss into words, they can look up and smile knowing Arlen has done something that few men do in a lifetime of trying. He has inspired.

Please leave a kind and positive condolence message for Arlen Ness friends and family  at the comment box below.

Rest in Peace
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March 23, 2019

The Quest. . . Is The Test


El Cortez shooting suspects believed to be members of Hells Angels-affiliated motorcycle club




LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Police believe three suspects in a shooting early Sunday (link is external) at the El Cortez were members of a motorcycle club affiliated with the Hells Angels.

Officers responded to calls of shots fired and a person injured at the El Cortez early Sunday morning, according to an arrest report filed in the case.

When police arrived, they found four victims who had received apparent gunshot wounds. All four were wearing clothing and indicia associated with the Vagos motorcycle gang, according to the arrest report.
 
Officers found four other Vagos members and prospects near the crime scene and detained them for questioning, the report said.

Detectives viewed El Cortez surveillance footage and observed the Vagos taking a casino elevator.
Shortly thereafter, three suspects, later identified as members of Sons of Hell motorcycle club -- a support club of the Hells Angels -- took the elevator, the report said.

On the video, the Vagos and Sons of Hell members were seen having a verbal argument, according to the report. A Sons of Hell member was seen pulling out a handgun, pointing it and shooting one victim in the chest at close range. The suspect fired three more rounds, striking the other victims.

Officers obtained a search warrant for rooms in the hotel and recovered Vagos clothing and indicia, as well as blood evidence, the report said. They also found a gun, but it was not believed to have been related to the incident currently under investigation.

After the shooting, the three suspected Sons of Hell members -- later identified as Roberto Romero Jr., 30, from Arizona, Travis John Callahan, 35, of Las Vegas and Matthew Lee Norris, 34, of Reno were seen on surveillance footage entering one of the rooms, then exiting a few minutes later carrying various items, the report said. They left the property in a red 2005 Subaru Legacy.

While executing a search warrant on a room registered to Romero, police found a Sons of Hell jacket and a red smear on the door that was consistent with dried blood, the report said.

About 1:15 p.m. Sunday, the Subaru was seen parked in front of a Hells Angels clubhouse, according to the report. About 1:30 p.m., three men recognized as Romero, Callahan and Norris exited the clubhouse and got into the vehicle.

Patrol officers conducted a felony stop on the Subaru in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven at Bonanza Road and Las Vegas Boulevard North, the arrest report said. Officers cleared the vehicle and observed items of Sons of Hell indicia in the vehicle, as well as a flannel shirt consistent with the one worn by Romero during the shooting on the surveillance video. Police also saw a dried red substance on the back of the driver's seat.

A search warrant was obtained for the Subaru, and officers recovered two revolvers, two handguns, magazines and ammunition, Sons of Hell cuts, Sons of Hell hats, cell phones, a Marilyn Monroe hoodie worn by Callahan during the shooting and a flannel shirt worn by Romero during the shooting, according to the report.
 
The three suspects were placed under arrest and taken to police headquarters for questioning, the report said. Norris and Romero both invoked their rights to counsel, at which point the questioning stopped.

During his interview with police, Callahan said he had been contacted by Romero and Norris, who were in town for a a motorcycle-related event, the report said.


While walking on Fremont Street, they were confronted by three Mongols regarding their Sons of Hell cuts, the report said. Fearing retaliation, Romero, Norris and Callahan removed their Sons of Hell clothing, Callahan told police.

After arriving at the El Cortez, Callahan said, a large group of Vagos, including one holding a knife, rushed them, according to the report. Callahan said he pulled out his Beretta handgun and held it at "the low ready."

After an argument ensued, Norris pulled out a gun and began firing it, the report said. The three men left the El Cortez after the shooting, Callahan told police.

Callahan said he returned the Beretta to the person he got it from and believed Norris and Romero may have put firearms with their luggage in the trunk of his vehicle, the report said.

All three suspects have been charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder. They were booked into the Clark County Detention Center.


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Breaking: Weld jury returns split verdict in 2017 attempted murder of Milliken police officer



A Weld County jury returned a split verdict Friday in the attempted first-degree murder trial of Eaton resident John Lockhart.

Lockhart was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, illegal discharge of a firearm and vehicular eluding following two separate shooting incidents during the early morning hours of June 11, 2017 in Greeley and Milliken. One of those two victims was an on-duty Milliken police officer.

After almost two full days of deliberations, the jury convicted Lockhart on the vehicular eluding charge, which is a Class 5 felony punishable by up to three years in prison. The jury found Lockhart not guilty of attempted first-degree murder and illegal discharge of a firearm.

As for count 3, attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer, the foreman said the jury was deadlocked. Weld District Court Judge Thomas Quammen declared a mistrial on that charge.

The Weld District Attorney’s Office has the option to retry Lockhart on the attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer charge, which appears to be the plan as Weld Chief Deputy District Attorney Tony Perea requested a status conference to discuss the case’s next steps. The hearing takes place at 4:30 p.m. April 8.

Sentencing on the vehicular eluding conviction likely will be delayed until after Lockhart is retried.Shortly after midnight June 11, 2017, Lockhart was involved in a road rage incident with Faustino Garcia while driving north on 8th Avenue through Greeley. Garcia, who took the stand this week, admitted to having a hazy recollection of the incident, as he had been drinking heavily at the White Horse Bar in Garden City.

Lockhart’s version of the event included Garcia barreling down in his Ford SUV on Lockhart and his passenger, Amber Eaton, who were riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Lockhart told police he opened fire on Garcia, shooting seven rounds in total, but only after his Harley had been rear-ended or sideswiped two or three times.

But investigators say Lockhart stopped during the altercation to un-holster his semi-automatic pistol. Police say Lockhart then pulled in behind Garcia and fired on him, breaking out the rear window.

Neither Garcia nor Lockhart were injured during the incident.About an hour later, Milliken officer Katherine Lines encountered Lockhart and Eaton as they sped into town. Lines attempted to pull over Lockhart, but he accelerated to over 100 mph.

During the chase, Lockhart fired three rounds at Lines. One bullet entered her cruiser near the driver’s side headlight. She also was uninjured.

Lockhart has been referred to numerous times since his arrest as a member of the Hells Angels.
Greeley police Gang Unit Det. Mike Prill clarified on Friday Lockhart was a prospect with ambitions of joining the motorcycle gang at the time of the shootings.

Lockhart had painted his house black and red, the colors of the Hells Angels gang, Prill said. He wore a sleeveless jean jacket, or cut, with a small white patch on the right side, which is a symbol of the Nomads Chapter based in LaSalle, according to court records.

There is no evidence Lockhart was acting on behalf of the gang at the time of the 2017 shootings, Prill said.


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March 22, 2019

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