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Wednesday, 16 July 2008

trespass warnings issued to two self-proclaimed Angels

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dispute between The Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club and a local man claiming to be one led to the Bay County Sheriff's Office issuing trespass warnings to two self-proclaimed Angels Sunday. Paul Stevens was featured in a News Herald story June 25 after placing an ad in the paper calling for new members. Stevens said he was organizing the Hell's Angels first "sanctioned" chapter in Florida and would be selling their merchandise. He promised a sort of kinder, gentler image.
The story quickly spread across the Internet and drew attention from Hells Angels Motorcycle Club members from across the country. The News Herald also has been contacted by a man identifying himself as Fritz Clapp, who previously has represented the Hells Angels in various matters. Clapp said Stevens is not an Angel, has no right to sell the copyrighted merchandise, and that the club would be taking legal action against him. Clapp, in April, announced he was representing the cluband infamous founder Sonny Barger in a lawsuit against HBO for copyright infringement. The attempt to get paperwork to Stevens from the Angels apparently led to Sunday's call from Stevens' wife - complaining of two trespassers wearing Hells Angels colors - to the Sheriff's Office. According to an incident report, a deputy arrived at Stevens' residence Sunday afternoon and found two men on the propery, but away from the residence. They identified themselves as Hells Angels from out of state, and said they were "at the residence to give paperwork to Paul Stevens from the Hells Angels attorney."
The report did not state the nature of the paperwork. The men said there were three other angels traveling with them.

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