August 31, 2017

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High ranking Rebels member has been arrested


A member of a Rebels bikie gang has been arrested in NSW after a drug supply and extortion investigation.


A high-ranking member of the Rebels bikie gang has been arrested in NSW during an investigation into drug supply and extortion. The 57-year-old was arrested at a home in Temora, in the Riverina, on Thursday morning.

NSW Police say they found amphetamines, knives, handcuffs, Rebels clothing and drug-related documents at both the house and a pub. The man was taken to Temora Police Station to be questioned by detectives and is yet to be charged. The operation, which involved the AFP's anti-gangs squad and Australian Border Force, previously led to more than a dozen arrests in June.

A strike force was established to investigate reports of extortion involving the Rebels and police then uncovered a 'significant' drug supply network. It included other criminal groups planning the 'large-scale importations of border-controlled drugs', police said.

Eleven men and two women were arrested in late June and earlier this month police also pounced on a further five men, aged between 26 and 59. The second group was charged over the alleged importation of tobacco and counterfeit cigarettes.

Police traced the supply of methylamphetamine to the Riverina where the 57-year- old senior bikie was arrested. Detective Inspector Darren Cloake says the drug is a 'poison' and police remained committed to eliminating its importation and supply.
'I can't over-emphasise the important role the community can play in reducing the impact of criminal activity in our townships,' he said in a statement.

He urged residents to report any criminal activity to authorities and said it could be provided anonymously. Police also found black powder, believed to be gun powder, and knuckle dusters at homes in Temora and Grogan.


Australia - BN.

Flere danske Harley-ejere har i løbet af den sidste uge fået stjålet deres motorcykler i København.

Denne Showel 79´ blev sjålet fra Peder Skrams Gade natten mellem lørdag
og søndag den. 26 og 27 August
I søndags den 27. August bragte vi en EFTERLYSNING AF HD SHOWEL 79` - STJÅLET I KØBENHAVN.

Desværre har vi endnu ikke fået nogle konkrete henvendelser, som har kunne gøre, at ejermanden har kunne få sin Harley retur.

Vi har fået nogle henvendelser og små tips, som i øjeblikket bliver undersøgt, og deriblandt, at en sort/mørkeblå kassevogn af mørket VW Transporter med tre personer er set transportere motorcyklen væk. En mand i alderen mellem 30-35 år er set stige ud af bilen, hvorefter han går direkte over til Harleyen. Han beskrives til at være europæisk, halvskaldet, normal kropsbygning iført sommertøj - lyse shorts og sweat-shirts.

Der er stor forskel på mod og dumhed, for enten er man meget modig eller bare snot dum, når man vælger at stjæle en Harley. For en sådan maskine kan meget hurtigt være relateret til en stor MC-Klub med et velkendt logo på ryggen, eller andre særdeles kedelige typer, som gør alt for at finde sin Harley, og dem som har stjålet den.

At stjæle en Harley kan i værste fald ende op med et sygehusbesøg, og nogle brækket knogler i kroppen - som tyv må man også vælge sine kampe, og måske bør man som tyv tænke sig om en ekstra gang, inden man giver sig i kast med, at stjæle en Harley.

Vi har her på MC & Gjengkriminalitet i løbet af de sidste 5 dage fået informationer om, at der siden i lørdags er blevet stjålet 4 Harleyer rundt om i København. Det virker bestemt som om, at der er noget organiseret bag alle disse tyverier, for i to af de tyverier er der blevet set en sort/mørkeblå kassevogn af mærket VW Transporter med tre personer - en person, som vi har været i kontakt har overfor MC & Gjengkriminalitet beskrevet kassevognen, som en stor model af mærket VW Transporter.

Desværre har vi her på MC & Gjengkriminalitet endnu ikke kunne få verificeret oplysningere på kassevognens nummerplade, men vær kun sikker på "kære" tyveknægte, at såsnart vi får denne oplysning om jeres SORTE SLYNGEL VW TRANSPORTER  KASSEVOGN - så bliver JERES bil og nummerplade publiseret her på MC & Gjengkriminalitet. Så hvis der bare er en smule fornuft oppe i JERES hoveder, så synes vi her på MC & Gjengkriminalitet, at I STRAKS skal får sendt en anonym besked til os på mc&gjengkriminalitet@tbmscandinavia.com - og fortælle hvor de maskiner I har stjålet den sidste uge kan findes og afhentes, og de rette ejere så kan få deres Harleyer tilbage inden det hele løber løbsk for JER.

Og til ALLE Jer uheldige Harley-ejere som har fået stjålet sin Harleyer i den sidste uges tid - send os endelig billeder af Jeres maskiner, for så poster vi dem her på bloggen - så folk derude ved hvad de skal kigge efter, og ikke mindst holde ørene åbne om.


Denmark - MC & Gjengkriminalitet

Satudarah member arrested for assault, extortion



A member of outlaw motorcycle gang Satudarah was arrested in Geleen on Wednesday morning, the police announced in a statement. He is suspected of aggravated assault and extortion.

The assault happened in 2015. According to the police, the 31-year-old man attacked a woman in her Geleen home. She sustained serious injuries. The police believe that the victim and her husband was extorted by the motorcycle gang for some time before the assault.

Why this arrest was made some two years after the crime is not clear. The police believe that more arrests will follow.


Netherlands - BN.

August 30, 2017

Mongols MC - Palm Springs 2017


Bikers ByLaws


Razzia bei Hammer Bandidos

Rocker Aussteiger leben im Rocker-Millieu gefährlich…

Nach einer schweren Körperverletzung hat die Polizei gestern mit Spezialeinheiten zwei Wohnungen und ein Bandidos MC Clubhaus in Hamm durchsucht.

Gegen zwei Verdächtige ist auf Antrag der Staatsanwaltschaft Untersuchungshaft angeordnet worden“, sagte Staatsanwalt Henner Kruse (45).

Bei dem Großeinsatz fanden die Ermittler auch Waffen – der Hauptverdächtige (26) hatte eine geladene Pistole in seiner Wohnung!

Am 22. August war es zu einem besonders schweren Raub am Clubhaus der Bandidos Hamm an der Ahlener Straße gekommen. Ein Mitglied (40) des befreundeten Clubs Chicanos MC Hamm soll nach BILD-Informationen bei einer internen Sitzung seinen Austritt erklärt haben.

Eine Entscheidung, die seine Motorrad-Kollegen nicht billigen wollten – schließlich steht an den Fenstern „BFFB“ („Bandidos Forever, Forever Bandidos“, bedeutet „Bandidos für immer, für immer Bandidos“).

Waffe an Kopf gehalten
Der Aussteiger wurde zu einem „Vier-Augen-Gespräch“ gebeten. Einer der Täter (26, sitzt in U-Haft) hielt dem Opfer laut Kruse eine Waffe an den Kopf. Die Rocker nahmen ihm 400 Euro ab, verlangten mehr – als er sich losriss, wurde er verprügelt. Die Angreifer traten mehrfach auf ihn ein – auch gegen den Kopf.

Nachbarn hörten Schreie
Zudem demolierte die Rockergang das Auto des 40-Jährigen, zerstachen die Reifen. Nachbarn hatten die Schreie gehört und die Polizei alarmiert. Allen Drohungen zum Trotz hatte sich der verletzte Mann den Ermittlern aus dem Kommissariat für Organisierte Kriminalität offenbart.

Henner Kruse: „Daraufhin haben wir die Beschlüsse für die Durchsuchungen und Festnahmen erwirkt. Die Beweismittel müssen jetzt ausgewertet werden.“



Germany - Bild.

Night Wolves get involved in shootout, one man killed

The conflict between bikers in Rostov-on-Don was for the money.⁠

In Rostov-on-Don, shots were fired on Inzhenernaya Street, resulting in the death of one person. This is reported by RIA Novosti citing the MIA Main Directorate in the region.

The conflict broke out between members of the Night Wolves and Pirates of Winds МС Russia. Both sides came to the meeting accompanied by a support group; after a short conversation, the shooting started, claiming the life of a man born in 1978, who was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, where he later died. It is known that financial issues became a matter of dispute among the bikers.

According to some sources, the victim was a representative of the Night Wolves. A 27-year-old Rostov-on-Don local has already been detained on suspicion of murder. A criminal case under Art. 105 of the Russian Criminal Code has been initiated. A preventive measure in the form of custody is currently being elected for the suspect.

To recall, the Night Wolves have been repeatedly involved in various conflicts. For example, in October 2012, during a clash with representatives of another motorcycle club Three Roads, a member of the Wolves was also shot dead. Back then, from 30 to 70 representatives of the latter arrived at the headquarters of Three Roads MC, located in one of the garage cooperatives of Zelenograd.

According to the ‘wolves’, they came there to invite their colleagues to celebrate the closure of the motor season, but were attacked for no reason. In turn, members of Three Roads say that the ‘wolves’ wanted to avenge on them for joining the well-known foreign bike club Bandidos MC, the enemy of the Night Wolves. The latter’s leader Aleksandr Zaldostanov, also known as The Surgeon, has even appealed to the Federation Council with a request to add (along with Hells Angels) these "foreign organizations headquartered in the US" to the list of undesirable organizations that do not comply with the laws of the Russian Federation.

Night Wolves had another unpleasant incident in 2015, when several of their members drove into the Ostrov Fantaziy (Fantasy Island) elite village, located near their residence on Nizhnie Mnevniki Street. That is where they had a conflict with armed guards of former senator and businessman Umar Dzhabrailov. As a result, the motorcyclists had to abandon the field, leaving their vehicles behind.

When the police arrived at the scene, they found an armored car Tigr with its windows broken, registered in the name of a private person, a Suzuki SX-4 with dinged up body, as well as Mercedes and Land Rover Freelander also with dented body and broken windows. In addition, there was a hunting rifle Saiga (registered in the name of a Dagestani) lying on the ground next to the cars, as well as 35 cartridges and a metal sledgehammer.

To settle the conflict, Zaldostanov personally met Dzhabrailov and admitted that the incident was but a misunderstanding.
Night Wolves get involved in shootout, one man killed
Aleksandr Zaldostanov (aka The Surgeon)
Recently, it has become known that the biker organization famous for its motocross and annual colorful show in Sevastopol, had lost this year's presidential grant for the development of its activities.

In total, the pro-Kremlin movement has received more than $1 million as state support since 2012.


Russia - BN.

August 29, 2017

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Meet the REAL Godfather of Canada's Outlaw Biker Club, Satan's Choice - Interview from april, 2017

In today's world of biker gangs, the Hell's Angels reign supreme.
No other biker gang has the numbers, the influence — or the criminal reach — of the world's most famous motorcycle club.

But there was a time when another club — a Canadian biker club — challenged the Hell's Angels' size, if not its influence. Its name was The Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club, and its undisputed leader was Bernie Guindon.
Bernie Guindon
Leader Bernie Guindon took the name Satan's Choice from another disbanded club in Toronto. (Courtesy of Penguin Random House Canada)

By 1970, Satan's Choice had some 300 members and chapters across Canada, making it the second largest biker club in the world. Guindon took the name from another disbanded club in Toronto, and he was president by the time he was 22. In those early days, he and his fellow riders were more rebels than criminals.
"They were scruffy kids who hung around hamburger stands and scowled," long-time crime crime reporter Peter Edwards tells The Current's guest host Laura Lynch.
"They were scowly kids who chewed their hamburgers in an angry way."

Guindon's pride and joy was a custom bike he christened "Wild Thing." Edwards says he used to ride it around his hometown of Oshawa like a "conquering hero."

But Guindon was a biker with a code. He valued loyalty above all else. He despised "connivers" and "rats." Edwards says Guindon always prided himself on being old school.
Bernie Guindon
Bernie Guindon was just 22-years-old when he became the president of Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club. (Courtesy of Penguin Random House Canada)
"If you have a problem with him, you'll get a punch in the chin. He won't stab you in the back."

​As Satan's Choice grew in size, it began to attract more unsavoury members, and the former rebels evolved into criminals. Guindon was never interested in gun crimes, but he was hardly a saint. He served roughly 15 years in prison, first for an indecent assault on a minor, and again for drug trafficking.

Edwards explains the first conviction came out of a sex party with several bikers and one woman. Guindon — 23-years old at the time — swore the sex was consensual. The woman claimed otherwise in court. She was 15-years-old at the time. Guindon told Edwards he thought she was 18 or 19.
'If I was at war, Bernie's the guy I'd want sitting next to me.'- Peter Edwards on motorcycle club leader Bernie Guindon
Guindon's prison stints scuttled a promising amateur boxing career. He won bronze at the 1971 Pan Am games and likely would have been on Canada's Olympic team in the 70s had he not ended up in prison. Former champ George Chuvalo said Guindon would have had a great pro career.
"He knew what he had to do to be a good fighter. He had the stuff," Chuvalo told Edwards for the book.
Bernie Guindon Boxing Match
Bernie Guindon was an amateur boxer who won a bronze medal at the '71 Pan Am games. (Courtesy of Penguin Random House Canada)

Guindon never turned pro — partly because he worried that an overzealous prosecutor might declare his fists "deadly weapons," earning him harsher charges for his never-ending street brawls.

He was also a pro in womanizing. Guindon has been married four times, and lost count of how many children he's had —somewhere between 11 and 16 — all but two from different women. He's tried at various points in his life to connect with his many children, with mostly mixed results.

Guindon was only actively involved in raising one — a son he named Harley Davidson Guindon.
Harley followed his father's example into a life in crime, although Edwards says that wasn't at his father's urging. Harley Guindon has done several stints behind bars. Father and son both did time separately in Millhaven Institution, a maximum-security prison.
"I think [Bernie] is a complex man," Edwards tells Lynch.
"He's a very human person. And if I was at war, Bernie's the guy I'd want sitting next to me."


Canada - CBC.

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Mall parking lot fight was motorcycle-gang related

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An assault at the Staten Island Mall parking lot involved members of two rival motorcycle gangs, the Pagans and the Bridge Runners, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

The fifth annual "Bikers for Bini" charity event was shut down on Sunday after a 54-year-old man was allegedly punched, according to sources.

No arrests have been made in the incident that happened at about 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the mall at 2655 Richmond Ave., said a spokesman for the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public Information. (link is external)

The 54-year-old man was treated at the scene for injuries that include lacerations to the left side of his face and declined to be taken to a hospital, said a spokesman for the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.

The victim is being uncooperative with the probe, said the source with knowledge of the investigation.
A man wearing a Pagans biker jacket with his hand wrapped talks on a cell phone near police officers after an incident in New Springville.
A man wearing a Pagans biker jacket with his hand wrapped talks on a cell phone near police officers after an incident in New Springville. (Andrew Simontacchi for the Staten Island Advance)

A man in a Pagan logo jacket was seen with an injured left hand and blood on his head as he talked on a cell phone after the fight.
"He looked cut up by his eye, had blood all over his face and neck and ears," a witness in attendance at the event told the Advance.

In the aftermath of the mall fight, police closely tracked the movements and activities of motorcycle riders on Staten Island from Sunday night through Monday morning. Some readers alerted the Advance to an increased police presence -- including helicopters whirling overhead and numerous squad cars -- as bikers roared around Midland Beach and other East and South shore neighborhoods.


USA - BN.

August 28, 2017

BLACK JACKETS HOLLAND Black Jackets are a Street Gang


Droht neuer Rocker-Krieg in Dänemark

Unruhe in der nordeuropäischen Rocker-Szene: Das neu gegründete Chapter Nomads Scandinavia des deutschen Rocker Clubs United Tribuns will sich in Dänemark und den skandinavischen Länder etablieren.

Besonders brisant: Die Mitglieder sind zum großen Teil Überläufer eines anderen Clubs.
Kopenhagen – Kleines Beben in der europäischen Rocker-Szene! Nach BILD-Informationen sind in Dänemark zahlreiche Mitglieder des Hells Angels MC Denmark zu den United Tribuns übergelaufen.Als neues Chapter United Tribuns Scandinavia Nomads.


Germany - Bild.

United Tribuns Ex Präsident nach Razzia in Haft

Innerhalb der Rockergruppierung United Tribuns gärt es seit Monaten. Die in Deutschland in Drogen-, Rotlicht- und Tötungsdelikte verwickelte bosnische Gruppierung ist gespalten, im Februar legte das einstige Hoffnungscharter United Tribuns Passau seine Kutten nieder und trat aus. Seither dürften die übrig gebliebenen Rocker ohne Club massiv in den Drogenhandel eingestiegen sein.

Am Montag wurde der 42-jährige Ex-Präsident Peter Huber aus Schärding von Beamten der Cobra verhaftet. Er steht im Verdacht, Kokain, Ecstasy, Speed und Cannabis im großen Stil verkauft zu haben. Laut oberösterreichischer Polizei nutzte er „die hierarchischen Strukturen seiner Rockergruppierung United Tribuns Passau zum Zwecke des gewerbsmäßigen und gewinnbringenden Suchtmitthandels aus. Zum Teil beauftragte er rangniedrigere Mitglieder mit dem Verkauf der Suchtmittel, welche den Erlös an ihn abliefern mussten.“ Nach monatelangen Ermittlungen wurde Huber ausgeforscht, er soll zum Teil geständig sein.

An der die mit dem Landeskriminalamt Oberösterreich koordinierten Durchsuchungsaktion waren auch Ermittler der Kriminalpolizei Niederbayern beteiligt, die am Montag, 21.08.2017, mehrere Wohn- und Geschäftsräume im Raum Passau und Oberösterreich durchsuchten, wie in einer Pressemitteilung bekannt gegeben wurde.

Auf Antrag der Staatsanwaltschaft Passau wurden am 21.08.2017 in den frühen Morgenstunden mehrere Durchsuchungsbeschlüsse, u. a. in Neuhaus am Inn, Schardenberg/OÖ sowie die Wohnung und das Geschäft der 32-jährigen Lebensgefährtin des Österreichers in Passau durch Beamte der Kriminalpolizei Niederbayern mit Unterstützungskräften und Beamten des LKAs Oberösterreich vollzogen.

Bei der Durchsuchung wurden neben einem größeren Bargeldbetrag, Marihuana, nach dem Waffengesetz verbotene Gegenstände (Wurfsterne, Einhand- und Faustmesser) sowie diverse Datenträger sichergestellt.

Gegen den 42-jährigen Österreicher erging Haftbefehl. Der Österreicher wurde in eine Justizvollzugsanstalt eingeliefert. Den United Tribuns wird seit ihrer Gründung vorgeworfen, vor allem im Menschenhandel aktiv zu sein. Von Drogen distanzierten sich die Mitglieder, die teilweise in der Türsteherszene aktiv sind, immer wieder. In Österreich sind vor allem die beiden Charter in United Tribuns Linz und United Tribuns Wien aktiv. Nach Streitigkeiten mit den alteingesessenen Hells Angels MC Austria vor allem in Kärnten war es in den vergangenen Monaten wieder eher ruhiger um deren Mitglieder geworden.

„Mit Drogen wollen wir nichts zu tun haben, wir sind Sportler“, sagt ein ranghohes Mitglied zu dem aktuellen Fall gegenüber dem KURIER. Das United Tribuns MC Chapter in Passau war mit Motorrädern ausgerüstet und sollte der Tribuns als Einstieg in die Welt der Vollblut-Rocker gedacht sein. Nun wurde das einstige Elite-Chapter von der Polizei gesprengt.



Germany - Kurier.

Outlaws Clubhouse Torched



Someone burned the Outlaws clubhouse at 4035 18th Ave South in St. Petersburg, Florida early yesterday morning. According to published reports, the building was undergoing “extensive renovations at the time of the fire.”

The clubhouse was home to one of the American Outlaw Associations’ 16 chapters in Florida.

According to Jarrod Holbrook, a television reporter with WFTS in Tampa who has effectively reported police statements in the past and who seems to have sources with both local police and within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, authorities “are looking at gang retaliation as a possible factor.”


USA - BN.

4 arrested at Quebec biker gang gathering

The Dark Souls event was advertised on Facebook as 'the mask event 3'

A gathering of the Dark Souls biker gang, which has alleged links to the Hells Angels, was interrupted this weekend by a police surveillance operation. Four people were arrested on Saturday in Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon, located about 35 kilometres south of Quebec City, by the Sûreté du Québec, the RCMP and local police forces.

The event's organizer could be facing charges for illegally possessing and selling alcohol, while another man was arrested for the negligent storage of a firearm, according to police. The two others at the gathering were wanted under arrest warrants.

The SQ said the organizers would have needed an alcohol permit for the party and didn't have one.

Party advertised on Facebook

About 150 people were supposed to attend the event, which was advertised on the group's Facebook page as "the mask event 3." A marquee with a stage had been planned to host the activities in a local restaurant's parking lot, but the event ended up taking place at a private residence.

Hip hop performances, a smoke show and body painting were planned.
The party was announced amid Hells Angels efforts to increase the motorcycle club's visibility.

Members of the club were spotted in the Montérégie region's Saint-Pie-de-Bagot during the Thunder Bike Show. The Hells Angels also had a merchandise booth at Saint-Hyacinthe's farming exposition in early August, but they were told to leave.

Mayor apprehensive of the event beforehand

Before Saturday's event, the SQ said it would be keeping a close eye on the festivities.
Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon Mayor François Barret had said Friday he wasn't happy the party was happening in his municipality, but that it wasn't illegal.


Canada - BN.

The Impersonation of Satan's Choice MC in Ontario



A lot of people have been talking about the Satan's Choice remix in Ontario. The Toronto Star reported that "Ontario police can be forgiven for doing double takes this summer at the sight of bikers wearing the grinning devil patch of the Satan’s Choice Motorcycle Club on their backs. Once the second largest outlaw motorcycle club in the world, the Satan’s Choice club folded in December 2000 when it was absorbed by the Hells Angels. This summer, a group of Durham and Ottawa-area bikers have re-invented the Satan’s Choice club, which will likely upset Hells Angels bikers, said Det. Sgt. Len Isnor of the OPP Biker Enforcement Unit."

Michael Green from TBM Scandinavia brought the matter to my attention. They have guys in Canada confirming the credibility gap in the new group. The Rock Machine in Canada was reinvented. The original members crossed over to the Hells Angels when Mom Boucher went to prison to support his interests while he was away. Yet the new group has carved out a place for themselves internationally. This new Satan's Choice group doesn't look quite so fortunate.

TBM is a support group for former gang members based in Scandinavia and were getting many mixed reports of trouble in paradise for the new group in Ontario with regards to their credibility. So Monica contacts them and says what's the deal? Are you guys real or fake? Then they reply with some silly youtube video saying it's none of your business. Obviously they had no idea who they were talking to. TBM aren't cops. They're the real deal. They are the only support group for former gang members that is run by former gang members. They have credibility and have carved out a place for themselves in the MC world.

Monica isn't just a steamy hot Swede in a committed relationship. She has credibility in the MC world internationally and stands on her own with the support of the TBM group in Scandinavia. She certainly is not a cop. She could destroy these finger puppets credibility with one snap of her fingers. As Coolio said in Gangsters Paradise "Ya better watch how ya talking and where ya walking or you and your homeboys might be lying in chalk."

Wayne Jesmer was the president of Private Army then started and registered the trademark for Satan's Choice MC July of this year. He registered the old trademark he had no claim to. Jason Redmond is the ex cop. I'm not even going to get into the stupidity of grown men calling themselves Devil's this or that. The whole thing is a farce which confirms my previous observation. The MC movement never really caught on in Ontario. They have always been the village idiots. That's why the Quebec members started putting caps in their ass and sent the Ontario Nomads running for the hills.

The French HAs in Quebec have always been the real deal. The English members in BC have always been the backstabbing businessmen killing their own for the almighty dollar.

Canada - GO/DW.

August 27, 2017

Nye bilbranner i Malmö-området

Rett før midnatt fikk politiet melding om at flere biler og en campingvogn brant i Oxie sørøst for Malmö. Fire boliger ble evakuert av frykt for at flammene skulle spre seg.

Et helt garasjeanlegg med minst 15 biler gikk også opp i flammer i Oxie. Også der ble flere boliger evakuert av frykt for spredning.

Også i Rosengård i Malmö brant flere biler natt til søndag, blant dem en lastebil. En 26-åring er pågrepet og siktet for mordbrann, opplyser politiet på sin hjemmeside.

Malmö-området har opplevd flere hundre bilbranner de siste årene og politiet har tidligere knyttet mange av dem til gjengkriminalitet.


Sweden - NTB.

EFTERLYSNING AF HD SHOVEL 79` - STJÅLET I KØBENHAVN


Natten til i dag søndag d. 27 August, er denne Harley Davidson FXS Shovelhead 79` - Norsk Reg.Nr. DK 8724 blevet stjålet i København - Hotel Best Western, Peder Skrams Gade, København K.

På overvågningsbilleder fra Hotellet´s video ses en sort kassevogn køre ind ved hotellet, hvor derefter motorcyklen bliver kørt op i vognen.




God DUSØR gives til den eller dem, som kan komme med oplysninger om tyveriet eller om kassevognen, og ligger man inde med informationer om tyveriet, eller har man kendskab til hvor motorcyklen måske nu skulle befinde sig - så kan man kontakte MC & Gjengkriminalitet på:



Denmark - MC & Gjengkriminalitet


Motorcycle gang members, including Hells Angels, attend biker's memorial

Around 80 bikers gathered in Fredericton Saturday morning at a memorial service for Ronald Richard, a former Bacchus motorcycle club member who was killed in July. Patches for various outlaw motorcycle gangs were visible as people rolled into the the Kinsmen Club, located near Devon Middle School on the city's northside.

About 10 of the bikers' jackets had Hells Angels New Brunswick patches. Others displayed the logos of Gate Keepers, Elm City Fredericton, Miramachines, as well as some from Nova Scotia and Quebec.
Several members of Gate Keepers New Brunswick were in attendance with at least nine other patches from various outlaw motorcycle groups visible.
Several members of Gate Keepers New Brunswick were in attendance with at least nine other patches from various outlaw motorcycle groups visible. (CBC )

hells angels gathering
Members of Hells Angels New Brunswick attened the memorial service for Ron Richard, which was organized by Gate Keepers. (CBC)

Fredericton's Gate Keepers chapter organized the event. A slogan on the poster for the celebration of life was "Raising a little hell even behind heavens gate." As people arrived, they exchanged handshakes and brief hugs. One man wearing a Hells Angels New Brunswick jacket was greeted by everyone in attendance.
Police drove by several times before and during the 11 a.m event. Sgt. Scott MacKenzie said they had no reason to believe the event was anything but a simple gathering. RCMP discovered Richard's body on July 23 in Hardwood Ridge, a community about 10 kilometres north of Minto. They ruled the 50 year old's death was a homicide and said it wasn't random (link is external). There have been no arrests in the case.
hells angels gathering People exchanged hugs as they arrived at the Kinsmen Centre on Fredericton's northside. (CBC )

Richard was charged in December 2014 on several drugs, firearms and prohibited weapons charges, where he was described in court as a Bacchus member. He was convicted of possession of benzylpiperazine, a drug known as BZP, and possession of marijuana over 30 grams.

Richard's lawyer Rodney MacDonald previsouly said he left the motorcycle gang more than a year before his death.
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The RCMP's major crime unit is investigating the homicide of Ronald Richard. (Facebook )

In recent weeks, 10 suspected Hells Angels members were arrested in P.E.I. and New Brunswick.

On Friday, Robin Moulton, 48, of Fredericton was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a restricted firearm — a 9 mm Beretta — without a licence.

Moulton is described as a full-patch Hells Angels member and is scheduled to appear in court again on Aug. 31. Moulton was friends with Richard on Facebook and in a post described him as a "fallen president" of the capital city Gate Keepers New Brunswick.


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August 26, 2017

SHOUT OUT TO THE NEW GENERATION OF BIKERS


Philadelphia Pagan sentenced to 15-years

Yesterday, a federal judge sentenced Joseph Mehl, a/k/a “Joseph Montanero” to 180 months in prison for his role in a prescription pill mill that trafficked oxycodone and other dangerous and addictive opioids. In addition, the Honorable Nitza I. Quiñones Alejandro, United States District Judge, ordered the defendant to serve three years of supervised release upon release from prison, and pay a special assessment of $100, as well as entering a judgment of forfeiture.

On July 14, 2015, a grand jury in Philadelphia charged Mehl, along William O’Brien, a former doctor of osteopathic medicine, and members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club (“Pagans”), an outlaw biker gang known for violence and drug dealing, with conspiring to distribute controlled substances.
Mehl was a long-time associate of the Pagans.

Together with the Pagans, O’Brien operated a “pill mill” out of his medical offices. O’Brien wrote fraudulent prescriptions for oxycodone and other drugs, while the Pagans and their associates recruited “pseudo-patients” to buy the fraudulent prescriptions.

O’Brien charged $250 cash for the first appointment to obtain prescriptions for controlled substances and $200 cash for each subsequent visit. Oxycodone (30 mg) was in high demand by drug dealers who could sell each pill on the street for as much as $25 to $30. O’Brien sold prescriptions for these dangerous and addictive drugs to hundreds of “pseudo-patients.”

After filling the prescriptions, the Pagans resold the pills on the street. The investigation showed that from March 2012 to January 2015, more than 700,000 pills containing oxycodone and other Schedule II controlled substances were distributed by members of the conspiracy.

On October 5, 2016, O’Brien, who was convicted by a jury in summer 2016, was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Pagans members Joseph Mitchell and Patrick Treacy were sentenced to 9 nine years’ and 20 years’ imprisonment, respectively, for their roles in the conspiracy.

The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Food and Drug Administration Office of Criminal Investigations, and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General. It is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Mary Beth Leahy and David E. Troyer.


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Two busts in PEI keep the pressure on the Hells Angels

This post is going to clearly demonstrate the polar opposites in how the Maritimes are dealing with the Hells Angels compared to how BC generally and Surrey specifically is. They represent two opposite extremes. We are now forced to ask why has BC dropped the ball?

The Guardian is reporting that "Police arrest members of Hells Angels hangaround club in Charlottetown for allegedly running illegal lottery." Oooo scary. An illegal lottery. What will they think of next? "Members of P.E.I.’s Organized Crime Task Force (OCTF) hope they’ve shut down the Hells Angels hangaround club in Charlottetown for good." Clearly P.E.I.’s Organized Crime Task Force is going after the Hells Angels while BC's Gang Task force is not.

"OCTF arrested who they believe are all nine members of the Charlottetown club (affiliated with the Woodbridge hangaround chapter in Ontario) for allegedly operating an illegal lottery." OK so the HA puppet club in PEI is afilated with the Ontario Hells Angels, specifically Woodbridge where all the mob violence is currently under way.

Nobody cares about illegal lotteries. That does not devastate communities like crack, fentanyl and crystal meth. Yet this appears to be a proactive approach in dealing with the plague before it cripples PEI like it has Surrey and Vancouver. Linda Airhead Hepner says gang shootings affect business. No they do not. Letting them sell crack in public does and she STILL refuses to do anything about that. She cries about the symptom while she refuses to address the cause. In fact she is actively involved in promoting it just like Dianne Watts was.

Police raid two Charlottetown biker clubs and seize liquor

The Guardian is also reporting that "Members of the Organized Crime Task Force, which included Charlottetown, Summerside and Kensington police officers as well as the RCMP federal investigation unit, executed search warrants at the Harley Club at 352 University Ave. and a Hells Angels hangaround club at 205 Fitzroy St. throughout the late morning and early afternoon on Saturday. RCMP Cpl. Andy Cook, who is also provincial outlaw motorcycle gang (OMG) co-ordinator, said the warrants were served under the liquor control act."

Wow, PEI has a Motorcycle Gang Unit and BC doesn't imagine that. That is the root of the problem rght there. After the OMGU did such a great job in Kelowna busting David Giles and Johnny Newcome, the corrupt Christy Clark government disbanded the OMGU.

Nobody cares if the Hells Angels sell liquor in their clubhouses. People care about the Hells Angels selling crack and fentanyl in their community. In Surrey the RCMP are providing the Hells Angels drug dealers police protection on the Surrey strip. In the Maritimes the police won't even let the Hells Angels sell booze in their own clubhouse. From one extreme to the other. The bottom line is that we should not be letting them sell hard drugs on the Surrey strip in public. That is killing businesses in the area and Linda Airhead Hepner is still refusing to do anything about it. Just like her predecessor Dianne Watts she is all talk and no action.

In PEI they are even going after the Charlottetown Harley Club for selling booze. Bobby Falls son Cory was hanging out with s drug dealer in PEI but so was the Vancouver Mayor's son. Nailing them for drug trafficking and prostitution would be in order but for selling booze in their own clubhouse is a bit extreme. Yet us going to the other extreme and providing their drug dealers police protection on the Surrey strip is simply bat sh*t crazy.

With regards to selling booze “The Charlottetown Harley Club has been doing this for a long time, the Hells Angels Club has not since they’re fairly new…. So it’s the oldest club on Prince Edward Island and the newest club.” Clearly the police are rightfully concerned about the Charlottetown Harley Club endorsing the Hells Angels because everyone knows what comes next.

“If the Hells Angels weren’t in the ACC, would things be what they are right now? They talk about biker respect, biker rights and motorcycle safety but when the Hells Angels are in your group, it automatically taints you,” said Cook. Indeed it does. So why are we providing police protection for their drug dealers on the Surrey strip? The Surrey RCMP letting the Hells Angels in their group has indeed tainted them. We need to bring back the OMGU in BC. It's as simple as that.


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August 25, 2017

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Fredericton Hells Angel charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking


A Fredericton man, identified by RCMP as a full-patch member of the Hells Angels, has been charged with drug and firearm offences in connection with a joint-police investigation that resulted in a heavy police presence in the city's downtown this week.

Robin Moulton, 48, was arrested on Tuesday at around 7:20 a.m. while driving on the Trans-Canada Highway near Woodstock, RCMP Cpl. Jullie Rogers-Marsh said late Thursday afternoon.
'Outlaw motorcycle gangs are a national priority for the RCMP.'- Jullie Rogers-Marsh, RCMP spokesperson
A search of the car led to the seizure of "a quantity" of what is believed to be cocaine, she said.

Police began searching his Fredericton residence on Brunswick Street on Wednesday and remained there into Thursday. Searches are also underway at several other locations in New Brunswick, said Rogers-Marsh, without elaborating on where those locations are.
Moulton is charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a restricted firearm. The type of firearm has not been released. He has been remanded in custody until Friday at 10:30 a.m., when he is to appear in Woodstock court to face the charges.
The Service New Brunswick corporate affairs registry lists a Robin Moulton of 214 Brunswick St., Apt. 201, as the director of Route 81 Maritimes Inc., the merchandising arm of the Hells Angels.

The registration was last updated on Aug. 1, the document shows.
Rogers-Marsh could not say whether police anticipate any other arrests or more charges.
"It's an ongoing investigation and it will depend on the evidence that our members gather," she said.

The investigation is being led by the RCMP, in partnership with the Canadian Border Services Agency and the Saint John, Fredericton, Kennebecasis Regional and Edmundston police forces.


Many groups interconnected

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Police say Hells Angels began strengthening their presence in the Maritimes in 2016. (CBC)
"Outlaw motorcycle gangs are a national priority for the RCMP," said Rogers-Marsh.

She said Moulton is a member of the Hell Angels MC, Nomads New Brunswick chapter, which established in the province last fall.
"Many of these groups and their support clubs are interconnected. They are not restricted by provincial jurisdictions and have national and international associations," said Rogers-Marsh.
"The results of this investigation are an example of our ongoing efforts regarding the Hells Angels Nomads N.B. and other outlaw motorcycle gangs, and why it is so important to deter these crime groups."

Earlier this month, an investigator who runs the RCMP's organized crime task force on P.E.I. said police are watching for signs that motorcyle gangs are trying to expand or gain more control of drug trafficking in New Brunswick.

Cpl. Andy Cook said his unit is concerned about turf wars and violence stemming from the re-emergence of Hells Angels in the Maritimes.

Asked Thursday whether New Brunswick RCMP are concerned about violence erupting between rival motorcycle gangs in the province, Rogers-Marsh said police will continue to monitor the activities of the various groups "to ensure public safety."

Minto homicide victim was Bacchus member

Moulton's arrest comes on the heels of the homicide of a member of the Bacchus motorcycle club near Minto.

The body of Ronald Richard, 50, was found on July 23 on a rural property in Hardwood Ridge.
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The homicide of Ronald Richard is being investigated by the RCMP's major crime unit. (Facebook )

RCMP said they do not believe the homicide was random but have not provided any other details.
Bacchus is a New Brunswick-based club affiliated with the Hells Angels.

Rogers-Marsh declined to comment Thursday on whether there's any indication the two cases are connected.
"That is a separate investigation and it would be inappropriate for us to start speculating," she said.
Richard was charged in December 2014 with possession of drugs, weapons and prohibited weapons.


He was convicted of possession of benzylpiperazine, a drug known as BZP, and possession of marijuana over 30 grams.


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Satans "COPS" Choice MC

Oh My God....... Damn sure, that this now will be said by many people in Canada.

A COP behind The Satans Choice MC, and we shit you NOT.

A Candian TBM member have been doing some research, and documents now showing, that the rumors about Wayne Jesmer all along have been
true.

Read: Back to the future: Satan’s Choice biker club reappears on Ontario roads

Read: Satans Choice MC back in Canada?

A picture says more than a thousand WORDS - so we will let the below pictures be up to YOU to judge.






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August 23, 2017

Vagos MC vs Hells Angels MC - Outlaw Biker Gangs - Documentary 2017


Brawl between rival biker gangs the Hells Angels and The Outlaws.

OTTAWA, Ill. -- Three men are charged with felonies after a large-scale street brawl involving two rival motorcycle gangs passing through Ottawa, 80 miles southwest of Chicago.

The fight was captured on drone footage and shows what witnesses say was a brawl between rival biker gangs the Hells Angels and The Outlaws.

Video company Provisional Shot recorded video of the brawl, as its offices are located near where it happened.

The video has started gaining traction Facebook. Authorities say 50 to 75 bikers were involved.
The altercation occurred around 7: 30 p.m. Sunday.




Ottawa police say they recovered two handguns, multiple knives and other weapons like brass knuckles. Police say four men were arrested.  One was given a citation for expired registration, but three others face felony charges.

39-year-old Christopher Tondini of Morris was charged with unlawfully altering his registration.  53-year-old Robert Thoman of Oak Forest was arrested on complaints of mob action, and possession of brass knuckles, a broken glass bottle and bringing a gun into a bar.  The most serious charges are against 38-year-old Eric Cronin. He was arrested for mob action and assaulting a police officer with a knife. ​

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Nomads guilty of bashing buck’s party members at Honeysuckle Hotel

Police raid the Nomads clubhouse on Chinchen Street in Islington in 2016.
FOUR high-ranking members of the Newcastle chapter of the Nomads bikie gang have pleaded guilty to bashing two members of a buck’s party during a night out at the Honeysuckle Hotel in March.

Dylan Britliffe, 32, Blake Kevin Martin, 26, James Kenneth Quinnell, 28, and Kane Benjamin Tamplin, 26, were all represented by solicitor Iain Bruce when they appeared in Newcastle Local Court on Wednesday for a hearing into the assault at the popular Honeysuckle venue.

But after a few hours of negotiations between the parties, the four men each pleaded guilty to affray after more serious charges, including assault occasioning actual bodily harm and reckless wounding, were withdrawn. The Nomads bikies were at the hotel for a fancy dress party on the night of March 25 this year when they gathered in the outdoor smoking area alongside seven members of a buck’s party, according to an agreed statement of facts.

A drunken member of the buck’s party stood on a bench, tried to get off, lost his balance and bumped into Britliffe, knocking a drink over and triggering a “heated debate” between the two groups. One member of the buck’s party offered to buy a new round of drinks, but the dispute raged on for another minute or so before a member of the buck’s group stood “chest to chest” with Tamplin.

Suddenly, Tamplin headbutted the man, causing a two centimetre cut to his forehead. Britliffe joined in, throwing punches and the buck’s party attendee was knocked to the ground. At the same time, Quinnell began punching another buck’s party goer in the head, according to the agreed statement of facts.

Instantly, Martin joined in with Quinnell, throwing two uppercuts to the victim’s head as he was falling to the ground. He was then stomped on by Quinnell, the shards of a broken glass that had fallen off a table causing several cuts to his neck, including a five centimetre gash.

The two victims were left lying on the ground as the four men and their group left the hotel.
The entire incident was captured on CCTV, with the footage likely to have formed much of the evidence in the hearing.  The first man suffered a cut to his head and bruising and swelling to his left eye, while the other man sustained the gash to his neck and bruising and swelling to the left side of his face.

The four Nomads bikies remain on conditional bail.
They face the maximum of 10 years in jail when they are sentenced in Newcastle Local Court in October. Martin will also be sentenced over the assault of a Finks outlaw motorcycle gang member at Kotara.


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Felony filed in biker brawl: Ottawa man charged with striking cop

OTTAWA — Ottawa’s police chief said there would be more people charged in connection with Sunday’s downtown brawl, and another has. Police reported this morning that Shawn P. Thompson, 39, of Ottawa was charged with aggravated battery to a peace officer, a Class 2 felony with a base sentencing range of 3-7 years, plus one count of misdemeanor obstructing a peace officer. Thompson was picked up Monday on a La Salle County warrant.

He posted bond and was released. This is the fifth arrest stemming from the melee in the 100 block of West Main Street, and so far the only one charged with a felony for a crime of violence.

‘Clubs’ and a knife

Police initially reported two felony charges for violence following the Sunday evening fight, described in open court as “a large brawl” — involving, police said later, members of the Hells Angels and Biker Outlaws — but the first two charges were filed as felonies.

Eric P. Cronin, 38, of Chicago whas alleged to have wielded a knife — but he had sense enough to drop it when he realized the person tugging his free arm was a cop. Robert J. Thoman, 53, of Oak Forest was alleged to have had a gun — but he had a concealed carry permit and one of his two misdemeanor charges is for allegedly taking the gun into a bar.

Two more individuals were charged with traffic offenses, one of them a felony.
The short-lived fight involved 50-75 members, some two dozen of whom required medical treatment. There were, however, no shots fired, no serious injuries to police officers, as police chief Roalson had indicated the one police injury was a “minor abrasion.”

Nevertheless, police and prosecutors reaffirmed Monday that the fight is under review and additional charges could be filed after a review of statements and surveillance footage, and after a crime lab returns assorted pieces of evidence. Police reported seizing two handguns, multiple knives and other weapons.

Thousands in cash seized from road rage incident


The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "A Saturday confrontation outside a McDonald’s at the southwestern end of Williams Lake led to a pair of a arrests and a lucrative discovery. Police say they were called just after 8 a.m. Saturday morning to the restaurant at 1323 Broadway Avenue South where they found two men involved in “an escalating road rage incident.” The Mounties were told one man may have brandished a knife. The men were arrested and after a search of a vehicle, police say they found “a trace amount” of marijuana as well as $19,200 in cash. Police seized the money as they believe it was earned through criminal activity. “Some illegitimate cash-flow has been taken off the streets,” Cst. Taylor Callens said in a media release. Charges are now pending against the two men and they have been released from custody."

Do you hear them? They brag about taking illegitimate cash-flow off the streets as if they have done the world a favour. Getting illegal guns off the street could in theory make communities safer but seizing cash doesn't make communities safer. Especially when no charges have been laid and they have no idea where the cash came from. Seizing that cash only helps them and once again shows the sorry state of affairs we are now in. The police are not concerned with stopping drug trafficking. They are only concerned with seizing the proceeds of crime to collect a user fee for letting it continue just like in the documentary Freeway: Crack in the System.


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August 22, 2017

Gangland Undercover´s Charles Falco on his way to Scandinavia.


Charles Falco (TBM USA)
Great news for all Scandinavian fans of Gangland Undercover - The Charles Falco story - which have been showned on History Channel for two seasons.
The man WHO bacame an ATF Agent who infiltrated Southern California’s Most Notorious Biker Gangs is visiting Scandinavia in the beginning of November this year.

THE STAR BIKE FROM GANGLAND UNDERCOVER SOLD TO SCANDINAVIA last week through TBM Scandinavia to a big fan of the serie in Norway, and now TBM Scandinavia together with TBM USA have arranged, that Charles Falco will come to Scandinavia for an exclusive interview about his time as an ATF Agent, his book and the serie Gangland Undercover and how his life is today.

If you think life in an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMG in law enforcement parlance) is like a Sons of Anarchy episode, think again. Charles Falco went undercover in three biker gangs, all of which have deep roots here in Southern California, and lived to tell the tale. In fact, he wrote a book about it. Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws: My Infiltration of America’s Deadliest Biker Gangs features head-splitting tales of violence, mayhem, and drugs.


Despite lacking any experience with motorcycle gangs, Charles Falco infiltrated three of America's deadliest biker gangs: the Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws. In separate investigations that spanned years and coasts, Falco risked his life, suffering a fractured neck and a severely torn shoulder, working deep under cover to bring violent sociopaths to justice.His dedication was profound; Falco spent almost three years infiltrating the Vagos gang and rose to second in command of the Victorville, California chapter. He even served time in San Bernardino's Murder Unit and endured solitary confinement to protect his cover and the investigations. Falco recorded confessions of gangland-style killings and nearly became a target himself before he sought refuge in the Witness Protection Program. But discontent to remain on the sidelines and motivated by a strong sense of duty, Falco eventually left the Program and volunteer his talents again to infiltrate the Mongols and Outlaws, rising in rank to Vice President of the Petersburg, Virginia Outlaws chapter.

His efforts culminated in sixty two arrests of members for various crimes, including assault and murder. Executing one of this country's most successful RICO prosecutions and effectively crippling the criminal enterprise, Falco's engrossing narrative of the dangers of the biker underworld harkens back to Hunter S. Thompson's classic Hell's Angels, vividly recounting a life undercover.





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Luc Leblanc charged with cocaine trafficking



Well, well, well. Remember that cocaine bust from 2013 where a Moncton couple were caught trying to smuggle 16 kilos of cocaine into Canada from Texas in their RV? Well the case is finally going to trial and low and behold it turns out they were working for Luc Leblanc who has been charged with cocaine trafficking. Big surprise.

They met Luc LeBlanc in Mexico and loaded up their RV with cocaine with the intent to drive it back to Canada but were stopped at the US border. Now the couple are crown witnesses. LOL. Karma's a b*tch yo. Jeff Gallant owns the Old Cosmo. Jeff and Luc are co conspirators.

These two clowns were busted from another drug seizure in an RV six months later where 19,0000 crystal meth pills were seized along with 3 kilos of cocaine. If these two idiots had half a brain between them they'd be dangerous. No wonder no one is afraid to testify against them.

BTW Me mother was born in Amherst, NS so she was and me father's mother was born in Woodstock,NB while me mother's mother was born in Sackville, NB so she was. From coast to coast these drug dealing clowns are toast yo. Get a real job ya parasites.


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August 21, 2017

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4 arrested, weapons seized in violence between bikers outside downtown Ottawa bar

Violence between out-of-town motorcycle clubs ensued around dinner time Sunday just outside of JJ's Pub in downtown Ottawa.

According to an Ottawa Police press release, their officers, along with other police agencies, dispersed a crowd of roughly 50 to 75 members of "rival motorcycle clubs" at the 100 block of West Main Street.
 
Two handguns, multiple knives and other weapons were seized at the scene. Further evidence collected by Ottawa Police detectives will be submitted to Illinois State Police crime lab for analysis.
 
Four people were arrested. 
Eric P. Cronin, 38, of Chicago, was arrested on complaints of mob action and aggravated assault upon a peace officer, which is a class 4 felony, for assaulting an officer with a knife, according to police.
 
Robert J. Thoman, 53, of Oak Forest, was arrested on complaints of mob action, unlawful use of a weapon, a class A misdemeanor, for having possession of brass knuckles and a glass bottle as a weapon, according to police. He also was arrested on a complaint of unlawful use of a weapon, a class 4 felony, for having a concealed firearm inside a liquor establishment, according to police.
 
Craig Varner, 45, of Chicago, was arrested on a complaint of a municipal code violation of expired registration, and Christopher T. Tondini, 39, Morris, was arrested on a complaint of unlawful altering of vehicle registration, a class 2 felony.
 
Tondini, Cronin and Thoman were taken to La Salle County Jail to await a bond hearing. The La Salle County State's Attorney's Office approved felony charges, according to Ottawa Police.
 
The investigation is ongoing and additional charges are expected, according to Ottawa Police.
 
The fight took place in the pub's outdoor eating area at about 7:30 p.m. between members of motorcycle clubs, according to Jeremy Johnson, owner of JJ's. 
 
"These people were not locals," Johnson said.
 
Motorcyclists have come to the bar, which doubles as a restaurant, to eat and have done so peacefully in previous visits, Johnson said. This time, it appeared, after "a man in a suit" showed up, the violence escalated between the groups.
 
"There were broken bottles, chairs and tables thrown," Johnson said.
 
The violence stayed outside of the bar as patrons from the inside watched.
He credited Ottawa Police with a quick response and calming down the fight immediately. Officers from Marseilles Police, La Salle County Sheriff's Office and Illinois State Police assisted at the scene.
 
Two officers stood outside of JJ's Sunday evening as business went back to normal.
 
"The men and women in blue were terrific," Johnson said. 
 
There was a police presence at the bar for a portion of the afternoon, leading up to the fight. By early evening, the patio was crowded with people, and motorcycles lined the streets and parking spots around JJ's. 
 
By early evening, prior to and following the fight, many people were sharing photos and video of the scene surrounding JJ's on social media.

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