Motorcycle Gangs Are The Most Violent And Dangerous!

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Police Protecting America

Gaithersburg, MD

#1 Apr 30, 2010
By Nolan Rosenkrans | nolan.rosenkrans@lee.net | Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:00 am |
Font Size: Default font size Larger font size A brawl between rival biker gangs Saturday in Minneiska, Minn., caused police to close a lane on U.S. Hwy. 61 after pulling over more than 100 bikers, according to the Winona County Sheriff's Department.

At least eight members of the Hells Angels and Outlaws motorcycle clubs fought about 2 p.m. Saturday in the parking lots of the Eagle View Bar and Grill and Buck's Bar and Grill, while scores of other bikers watched, Chief Deputy Ron Ganrude said.

No one involved in the fight would speak to police, so no citations were written for the brawl, though two people were cited for possessing brass knuckles.

The two bars are stops during the annual Spring Flood Run, which was held Saturday and commemorates when bikers helped save the area from flooding in 1965 but these days, biker gang members start fights with cops and detectives and in Arizone within the last few weeks, a detective got robbed of his cash and knifed to death in a bathroom by twelve Hells Angels gang members. Three of the gang members cut off the detective's penis and shoved it into his mouth and stuck his head in a toiletbowl.

It was unclear Monday if the rival gangs were in Minneiska on Saturday for the run; bikers generally don't make their way to the Winona area until later in the day, Ganrude said.

Deputies were dispatched after a report that several motorcycle gang members were beating up a person outside the bars, Ganrude said. When deputies arrived, they learned a large group of bikers involved in the fight had left and were driving south on Hwy. 61.

Three deputies and a Minnesota State Patrol trooper caught up with the group of more than 100 bikers and pulled them over near Minnesota Hwy. 248. Police identified the group as members of the Outlaws, and called in officers from the Winona Police Department, Goodview Police Department and Department of Natural Resources to assist the troopers and deputies, Ganrude said.

Deputies in Minneiska spoke to a man with cuts on his face who said he was injured by falling down and didn't want police to do anything.

Witnesses said a large group of bikers fought while others gathered around and watched, Ganrude said. Dozens of Hells Angels were in Minneiska when deputies arrived, though officers were not sure how many were there during the brawl.

Officers held the Outlaws and closed down a lane of Hwy. 61 while deputies investigated in Minneiska, Ganrude said. Two men with the group, Nathan K. Houser, 29, of Burlington, Wis., and Loren Francis Aikan, 63, of Madison, Wis., were each cited for possessing a dangerous weapon when police found them with brass knuckles.

The Outlaws were allowed to leave, and officers searched the area along Hwy. 61 after they drove off, finding another set of brass knuckles, a couple of knives and a small amount of marijuana that bikers ditched when pulled over, Ganrude said.

One of the Outlaws had a gun with him, but he had a permit to carry it.

Saturday was the only brawl between rival biker gangs in Winona County Ganrude could recall.

Posted in Local, Crime-and-courts on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:00 am | Tags: Hells Angels, Outlaws, Minneiska
Electric Prunes

Washington, DC

#2 Jun 18, 2010
Police Protecting America wrote:
By Nolan Rosenkrans | nolan.rosenkrans@lee.net | Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:00 am |
Font Size: Default font size Larger font size A brawl between rival biker gangs Saturday in Minneiska, Minn., caused police to close a lane on U.S. Hwy. 61 after pulling over more than 100 bikers, according to the Winona County Sheriff's Department.
At least eight members of the Hells Angels and Outlaws motorcycle clubs fought about 2 p.m. Saturday in the parking lots of the Eagle View Bar and Grill and Buck's Bar and Grill, while scores of other bikers watched, Chief Deputy Ron Ganrude said.
No one involved in the fight would speak to police, so no citations were written for the brawl, though two people were cited for possessing brass knuckles.
The two bars are stops during the annual Spring Flood Run, which was held Saturday and commemorates when bikers helped save the area from flooding in 1965 but these days, biker gang members start fights with cops and detectives and in Arizone within the last few weeks, a detective got robbed of his cash and knifed to death in a bathroom by twelve Hells Angels gang members. Three of the gang members cut off the detective's penis and shoved it into his mouth and stuck his head in a toiletbowl.
It was unclear Monday if the rival gangs were in Minneiska on Saturday for the run; bikers generally don't make their way to the Winona area until later in the day, Ganrude said.
Deputies were dispatched after a report that several motorcycle gang members were beating up a person outside the bars, Ganrude said. When deputies arrived, they learned a large group of bikers involved in the fight had left and were driving south on Hwy. 61.
Three deputies and a Minnesota State Patrol trooper caught up with the group of more than 100 bikers and pulled them over near Minnesota Hwy. 248. Police identified the group as members of the Outlaws, and called in officers from the Winona Police Department, Goodview Police Department and Department of Natural Resources to assist the troopers and deputies, Ganrude said.
Deputies in Minneiska spoke to a man with cuts on his face who said he was injured by falling down and didn't want police to do anything.
Witnesses said a large group of bikers fought while others gathered around and watched, Ganrude said. Dozens of Hells Angels were in Minneiska when deputies arrived, though officers were not sure how many were there during the brawl.
Officers held the Outlaws and closed down a lane of Hwy. 61 while deputies investigated in Minneiska, Ganrude said. Two men with the group, Nathan K. Houser, 29, of Burlington, Wis., and Loren Francis Aikan, 63, of Madison, Wis., were each cited for possessing a dangerous weapon when police found them with brass knuckles.
The Outlaws were allowed to leave, and officers searched the area along Hwy. 61 after they drove off, finding another set of brass knuckles, a couple of knives and a small amount of marijuana that bikers ditched when pulled over, Ganrude said.
One of the Outlaws had a gun with him, but he had a permit to carry it.
Saturday was the only brawl between rival biker gangs in Winona County Ganrude could recall.
Posted in Local, Crime-and-courts on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:00 am | Tags: Hells Angels, Outlaws, Minneiska
A rumble broke out here in Rockville but in the Wintergreen Shopping center over an incident in which somebody tossed a person's motorcycle off to the side to get a parking space and when a person got out of a restaurant bar, one said, "you took my parking space and rigged my motorcycle" and tha other said " f--- off" and a fight broke out and the police arrested both subjects and charged them both with assault and disorderly conduct. That is how trashy our springtime is according to Montgomery County Police.

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