Friday, April 16, 2021

Outlaws boss Orville “Orvie” Cochran

Chicago Outlaws boss Orville “Orvie” Cochran's lucky streak continues as he got an early prison release. After contracting COVID-19, the former gang boss was released 6 months early from his 5-year racketeering conspiracy sentence.

Cochran survived a shooting outside the biker’s South Side clubhouse in 2000 — he slipped on ice and fell, thus avoiding a hail of bullets and his execution.
Arrested in 2017 after being on the run for 16 years to avoid racketeering charges, he caught a break on his sentence. Since a judge ordered his release last month, the onetime junkyard dog of Chicago’s biker underworld is now boss of a dog-grooming business. More doggie spa duties could be in Cochran’s future. As a condition of his early release, Cochran is not allowed to associate with anyone from the Outlaws.