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Pa. Cops Cite Several Dozen Pagans for Speeding

April 09, 2012  | 

Manheim Township, Pa., Police officers handed out several dozen speeding tickets to Outlaw Motorcycle Gang members during a mass stop Saturday afternoon along Route 222.

Approximately 60 cyclists with the Pagans, the Tribe and Sons of Satan were stopped in a coordinated effort by Manheim Township and other state and local police departments. Nearly 20 officers were involved in the stop, reports Lancaster Online.

Police used radar to time the lead and trailing motorcyclists at 81 and 79 mph.

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Angela @ 4/9/2012 7:38 PM

Good Job!

Morning Eagle @ 4/9/2012 11:07 PM

Outstanding! Having dealt with chapters of that same gang in the past, I know when they get together like that they seem to think they can do about whatever they want to and no one will dare try to stop them. Maybe this will teach some of them a lesson

Frank @ 4/10/2012 1:13 PM

The good old days when you took booze from under aged drinking kids at the playground or woods and told them to go home providing they were sober. Dealing with the Mafia and Hells Angels and a few homeless folks. Fast forward 40 odd years and its a cultural smogasborg today and everyones a lawyers.

Mike @ 4/11/2012 9:55 AM

A speeding ticket won't make a difference to them, it's not a very hard hit. But they might find it as a motivation to take more action when LEO's target them in mass.

Stay Safe Brothers and Sisters

Phil @ 4/13/2012 7:19 AM

I think that is outstanding. My hat is off to the agencies involved. It starts with a ticket. The ticket will go to warrant and next time its an arrest and so on and so on until they are locked up for a while. Use to deal with them on the street and in the jail. It is funny how tough they are in their groups but you get them alone or in jail where they are out numbered by the other racial gangs, boy do they change their tune then.

[email protected] @ 4/22/2012 3:24 PM

Great bit of intel gathering guys!! The more you ID these boys the quicker you can build files. Speeding ticket? No big deal. Drivers license with real name & DOB? Priceless!!!!

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