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Friday, 19 March 2010

search warrant at a Hells Angels house


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search warrant at a Hells Angels house on East Bonanza Road and 15th. Metro Officer Bill Cassell confirms that members of the Hells Angels are accused of embezzling vehicles, firearms, furniture, slot machines, and other items from the Salvation Army. No one was home at the time of the raid. Possible charges include embezzlement, theft, burglary, and racketeering. Metro wants to hear from people who donated firearms to the Salvation Army between 2007 and 2009. A Hells Angels clubhouse and five Las Vegas homes were also raided last year; police sought records, knives, and evidence of an ongoing feud with rival Mongols. Warrant records show police seized photos, membership and phone rosters, notebooks and insignia vests, among other items


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