Former Hells Angel Chapter president sentenced in wedding brawl incident
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.
A Nevada judge agreed Wednesday to hear testimony in February about whether the Hells Angels is an outlaw motorcycle gang before sentencing four men who pleaded guilty in a 2008 wedding chapel brawl in Las Vegas that left six people hurt.
A Vagos motorcycle gang member says he thought he was going to be killed by a Hells Angels leader who kicked him in the head and pointed a gun at him before his rival was fatally shot in a 2011 shootout at a Nevada casino.
Lawyers told a Nevada state court judge that six accused Hells Angels will plead guilty to reduced felony charges.
A Nevada judge has declared a mistrial in the case against eight Hells Angels stemming from a December 2008 wedding chapel brawl with rival Mongols motorcycle club members.
The State presented witnesses this week in its prosecution of 8 men associated with the Hells Angels, on charges stemming from a rumble with the Mongols motorcycle club at a Las Vegas wedding chapel in 2008.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Eight men are now on trial for a brawl between rival motorcycle gangs at a downtown Vegas wedding chapel. The “Review-Journal” says the defendants, some of whom are members of the […]
Trial is beginning in state court in Las Vegas for eight men facing felony and misdemeanor charges in a December 2008 wedding chapel brawl between Hells Angels and rival Mongols motorcycle club members.
Attorneys for 8 men on trail for charges stemming from a fight between members of two motorcycle clubs are battling longstanding negative perceptions of the Hell’s Angels as they try to seat a jury for the case.