2 Sentenced In Hells Angels Case
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two men who denied Hells Angels motorcycle club membership have been sentenced in Las Vegas to probation for their role in a December 2008 wedding chapel brawl that injured six people.
Joshua Ramos and Samuel Murray were sentenced Tuesday in Clark County District Court following guilty pleas in September to felony battery resulting in substantial bodily harm.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Murray and Ramos were among 13 men including Hells Angels members seen on video brawling with rival Mongols members arriving for another ceremony at A Special Memory Wedding Chapel.
Ramos received three years’ probation and was ordered to help pay restitution to victims.
Murray received two years’ probation.
Seven other men have pleaded guilty. Six await sentencing. One has died.
Three other defendants are awaiting trial.
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