Sunday, June 11, 2017

Riverside HA execution linked to Mongols

On May 21, James Duty, 31, was shot multiple times near fuel pumps at the Shell gas station in Riverside. Duty was taken to an area hospital after the incident, where he died from his injuries. Police believe the fatal shooting is related to the decades-old feud between the Hells Angels and the rival Mongols.

Police released a photograph of what is believed to be the getaway vehicle — a silver four-door sedan with black rims. It appears the shooter was in the front passenger seat and was about 5-feet, 10-inches tall, weighing some 200 pounds. Piecing together surveillance video from several nearby businesses, police say the vehicle was likely to be a 2012 to 2014 Nissan Versa or Chevy Cruze.
In 2002, three motorcycle gang members were killed and many more injured as the rival Hells Angels and Mongol gangs clashed in a Laughlin casino. Last year a clash between Hells Angels and Mongols in a sports bar left one man dead and one injured.

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