August 08, 2018

Man charged in fatal shootout at Satan's Sidekicks motorcycle clubhouse

A man is charged in connection with the shooting that killed a man in the doorway of Satan's Sidekicks motorcycle clubhouse in the city's Collinwood neighborhood.  Armand Green, 25, is charged with aggravated murder in Sunday's shooting that killed Mario King, 34.

Green is not in police custody and a warrant was issued Tuesday for his arrest.
The shooting happened about 4 a.m. Sunday at the motorcycle clubhouse on East 140th Street, south of Aspinwall Road. The clubhouse, in a former BF Goodrich building, is not marked and has signs that say "Member's Only."

Green and King argued at the clubhouse and both men pulled out guns and fired shots at each other, according to police and court records. Police found King dead in the doorway with multiple gunshot wounds to his head, neck and upper body, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner.
It is unknown if Green was injured in the gunfire.

Green has prior convictions for assault, drug possession, forging identification cards and possessing a gun in a car. He was sentenced in 2012 to serve six months in prison for the drug and gun possession cases.
A man was shot and killed at Satan's Sidekicks motorcycle clubhouse, police said.
A man was shot and killed at Satan's Sidekicks motorcycle clubhouse, police said. (Adam Ferrise, cleveland.com)

It's the second shooting (link is external)at the clubhouse in the span of a month. A 63-year-old man was shot and wounded on July 5 after the man stopped to talk to his nephew, who was at the clubhouse, according to police.

They were talking when a black car drove by and parked just south of the club. Someone in the car fired about five gunshots toward them and sped away, police reports say. The 63-year-old man was shot in the abdomen. Other bullets hit a motorcycle and a car parked in front of the club, police reports say.

No arrests have been made in that case.   


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