A third suspect from California arrested in the killing of a high-ranking member of the Hells Angels during a gang shootout at a Nevada casino has been returned to Reno to face criminal charges and if convicted, could face up to life in prison.
Two Las Vegas men identified as Hells Angels motorcycle club members pleaded not guilty to federal conspiracy to distribute cocaine charges following their arrests by federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents.
Police keeping close eye on this weekend’s BikeFest in Vegas after fatal shooting at similar event in Northern Nevada last weekend.
Just hours after an arrest warrant was issued, the California motorcycle gang member accused of killing a Hells Angels chapter president has been taken into custody.
The chief prosecutor in Reno says police have identified a rival gang member as the man suspected of killing of the president of the Hells Angels’ San Jose chapter in a casino shootout last weekend.
Police say the man killed in a gun battle between two rival motorcycle gangs at a hotel-casino in Sparks was the president of the San Jose chapter of the Hells Angels.