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Student Wanted To Kill Officer To Join Hells Angels

August 29, 2012
A North Carolina State University student was involuntarily committed last month at the V.A. Hospital in Durham after telling campus police he planned to go on a killing spree, according to a court document.

Hells Angels Members Indicted In 91-Count RICO Probe

June 8, 2012
Officers serving warrants arrested 19 Hells Angels members in North Carolina and South Carolina on Thursday and charged them with 91 counts of operating a criminal conspiracy, the FBI announced.

Calif. Hells Angels Leader Sentenced In Mortgage Fraud Case

April 5, 2012
The leader of the Santa Rosa, Calif., Hells Angels received a 12-month prison sentence and ordered to pay $130,000 in restitution for his role in a mortgage-fraud scheme.

Calif.-N.Y. Hells Angels Meth Ring Busted

February 24, 2012
A federal grand jury in Rochester, N.Y., has returned a seven-count indictment charging Hells Angels members in Rochester and Monterey, Calif., with drug trafficking and racketeering offenses.

26 Calif. Hells Angels Arrested on Drug Charges

September 30, 2011
Twenty-six members or associates of the Hells Angels motorcycle club were arrested in early morning raids on Thursday by SWAT teams of the FBI, as well as the San Diego and Oceanside police departments.

Calif. Hells Angels Leader Killed In Shootout at Nevada Casino

September 26, 2011
The president of the Hells Angels' San Jose chapter was fatally shot at a Nevada casino during a gunfight with members of the rival Vagos motorcycle gang. Jeffrey "Jethro" Pettigrew, 51, was killed and two Vagos members were injured.

Hells Angels: Taking Away Their Toys

March 8, 2011
When you plan a raid of Hell Angels outlaw motorcycle gang locations for felons, drugs, and guns, don't assume you'll encounter good old boys who ride bikes as a hobby and don't mean to hurt anyone.

California Cop Charged with Giving DMV Info to Hells Angels

October 19, 2010
A Santa Clara police officer has been arrested and charged with passing confidential information to a member of the Hells Angels, authorities said Friday.

No Angel: Jay Dobyns

March 30, 2010

ATF Special Agent Jay Dobyns spent two years undercover investigating the Hells Angels, America's most well-known outlaw biker gang. Dobyns speaks to POLICE Magazine about the Hells Angels and Operation Black Biscuit, gives a key suggestion to officers considering undercover work and explains his current legal issues with the ATF. "No Angel: My Harrowing Undercover Journey To the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels" is now available in paperback.

Agent Who Infiltrated Hells Angels Wins Key Ruling in Complaint Against ATF

February 11, 2010
Jay Dobyns, an ATF agent in Arizona for 22 years, contends in U.S. Court of Claims papers that his bosses failed to uphold an agreement to protect him after he received death threats from the Hells Angels.

Undercover ATF Agent Jay Dobyns Is 'No Angel'

December 31, 2009

ATF Special Agent Dobyns' "No Angel" is about his harrowing undercover journey to the inner circle of The Hells Angels outlaw biker gang. It's the inside story of the unprecedented 21-month operation that almost cost Dobyns his family, his sanity, and his life.

Las Vegas Police Raid 6 Hells Angels Locations

November 11, 2009
Armed with warrants, Las Vegas Metro Police searched a Hells Angels clubhouse and five residences associated with the motorcycle gang, following a confrontation between rival biker gangs at a wedding chapel, the Las Vegas Sun reports.

Arizona Jury Labels Hells Angels as Criminal Gang

September 24, 2009
For the first time in Arizona, Hells Angels members are being called a gang in the eyes of the courts. A recent felony assault conviction for a Hells Angel gang member resulted in a Maricopa County Superior Court jury also labeling the Hells Angels a criminal street gang.

White Gang Tattoos

August 7, 2009

The Aryan Brotherhood, which is also known as "AB" or "The Brand," is a primarily white prison gang with about 15,000 members in and out of prison. According to the FBI, the gang makes up only one percent of the prison population, but is responsible for 18 percent of all murders in the federal corrections system. Members use symbols in their tattoos such as swastikas, SS lightning bolts, the number 666, and Celtic imagery.

The Gang Investigator’s Library

February 4, 2009
Here are some law enforcement gang sources and authors that I would recommend. I am unable to list everyone because I only have a limited space. I tried to give a varied mix of more recent textbooks, non-fiction books, Websites, and blogs. I’m going to organize this alphabetically by author.

Suspect in Murder of SF Hells Angels Leader Surrenders in Oklahoma

October 8, 2008
The man would not say why he was wanted. But the Bartlesville police were quickly able to establish that he was Christopher Ablett, 37, an alleged member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club sought in San Francisco on charges that he killed Mark "Papa" Guardado, the head of the Hells Angels' "Frisco" chapter.

News Briefs

February 1, 1996

The 17 states with favorable right-to­-Carry gun laws had a 20.7 percent total lower violent crime rate than the other states. A new group has been formed to address the needs of police super­visors, from the rank of sergeant through chief. Police officers north of the border have their hands full as the Hells Angels of Quebec engage in a bloody year-long struggle.

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