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Tuesday, 26 January 2010

22-year-old Danish man, suspected of mowing down a prominent member of the AK81 motorcycle gang with his vehicle last year

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22-year-old Danish man, suspected of mowing down a prominent member of the AK81 motorcycle gang with his vehicle last year, has been arrested in Egypt.
Egyptian police received tips about the man from Copenhagen Police and following the arrest, Danish officers have gone to Egypt to retrieve the suspect. The police say the young man is a member of one of the city’s immigrant gangs, who have been battling the motorcycle gangs for control of the city’s drug trade.
The 22-year-old man will reportedly be charged with attempted murder, after he allegedly ran down the AK81 member on Jagtvej, a road in the city’s Nørrebro district in April 2009. The victim, who according to police has connections to leading Hells Angels member Jørn ‘Jønke’ Nielsen, suffered fractures to his pelvis and both arms.
Since the incident, police had been looking for ‘two foreigners’ who witnesses say were in the vehicle. An 18-year-old man, who was allegedly the passenger in the car, was arrested not long after the incident and charged with complicity to attempted murder.

The alleged driver is expected to arrive in Denmark on Tuesday night and will face a preliminary hearing for the charges on Wednesday.

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