Friday, March 20, 2020

13 Denver Hells Angels face numerous charges

Top row, from left: Jason P. Sellers, Michael J. Dire, Jared B. Orland, Clinton Williams. Middle row: William “Kelly” Henderson, William “Curly” Whitney, Justin A. Wright, Peter M. Baron. Bottom row: Dominic P. Robichaud, Adam Mulcahy, Jimmy Salazar, Derek A. BesteJoshua O’Bryan regained consciousness on July 12, 2019 inside a tattoo shop in Englewood after being beaten. He was hogtied and bleeding. With members of Denver’s HAMC around him, shop owner Dusty Ullrich blacked out O’Bryan’s 'Death Head' tattoo and scrawled the word 'Bad' as other HA recorded the ritual on their phones. O’Bryan said he was left in a Denver alley while his former brothers stole his tools, motorcycles and cash.

After death threats, O’Bryan told police about what happened, launching an investigation that resulted in 13 full patch facing a mountain of charges. The resulting raids netted wholesale amounts of meth, cocaine, cash and dozens of guns.
See ----->Federal agents raid Hells Angels clubhouse in Denver