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Hells Angel and rival tussle at Belmont coffee shop

Wednesday, 21 March 2012


A dispute that started when two rival bike gang members -- one a Hells Angel -- faced off in San Mateo County jail, turned violent when the men ran into each other in front of a Belmont coffee shop, prosecutors said Monday. Now 40-year-old Orlando Jesus Rodriguez, a member of the Wanted motorcycle gang, faces two felony charges for reportedly clubbing a Hells Angel with a crowbar. He pleaded not guilty Monday in San Mateo County Superior Court to assault with a deadly weapon and committing a felony for gang purposes, said District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. The unidentified Hells Angel got into an argument with Rodriguez, who was being held on suspicion of domestic violence, while both men were locked up in early March. Prosecutors said the Hells Angels and Wanted bikers are locked in a violent rivalry. Rodriguez next came across the Hells Angel as he was having a cup of coffee in front of a Peet's Coffee & Tea on El Camino Real on March 6. Prosecutors say he then swung a crowbar at the Hells Angels' head, which the victim blocked. The blow left the Hells Angels member with a broken arm, prosecutors said. As Rodriguez was walking back to his car he purportedly said, "Are you still claiming Hells Angels?" Rodriguez is due back in court April 2 and is being held in lieu of $250,000.

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