Tuesday, November 21, 2017

11 Hells Angels indicted in California

Eleven members of the Hells Angels have been accused of a range of crimes related to murder, assault, maiming, racketeering conspiracy, witness intimidation, drug distribution, robbery, extortion, illegal firearms possession and obstruction of justice. 9 of the 11 defendants are associated with Hells Angels Sonoma County chapter, and the remaining two are associated with the Fresno and the Salem/Boston Hells Angels chapters.
It is alleged that four of the men conspired in the killing of a victim who died July 2014 at the Fresno Hells Angels clubhouse. The leader of the local chapter is accused of playing a big part in the murder. 40-year-old Brian Wendt is accused of taking part in a criminal organization and setting up a homicide.