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Two people have died after a Harley Davidson tricycle crashed in the Highlands.

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Two dead in Harley trike crash

Crash siteThe driver and pillion passenger on the Harley Davidson both died

The one-vehicle collision took place on the A9 Inverness-Perth road near Tomatin, at about 17:20 on Saturday.

The victims of the crash were the driver and pillion passenger of the motor tricycle.

Northern Constabulary said they want to speak to the occupants of a number of vehicles which stopped at the scene but had left before officers arrived.

Bike gang allegedly swats man with bat

Friday, 3 August 2012

A man was taken to the hospital after he reportedly was hit in the head with a baseball bat, according to a Des Moines police report. The man told police a biker gang was responsible for the attack. When police arrived at the 4100 block of Maple Street, Ronnie McDonald was about to be taken to Mercy Medical Center with an “obvious injury to his head,” according to the report. Police spoke to a woman who reported the incident. She told police McDonald was riding in a car that pulled into the parking lot, according to the report. McDonald talked for a short time with the driver while standing in the lot. As McDonald walked toward a nearby apartment, he stumbled. The woman asked if he was OK, and McDonald responded with a no, took off his hat and showed her his head wound. McDonald told the woman the man in the car had done it. McDonald did not cooperate with medical personnel or police, according to the report, but did tell police “it was gang related.” His condition was listed as stable on the report. The woman who reported the incident, who police said later “changed her story,” told police both McDonald and his girlfriend know who assaulted McDonald. However, they said they wouldn’t tell police because the suspect knows where they live and the couple have two kids, according to the report.

Three men faced explosives and other weapons charges Wednesday in what German police say is a spreading war between Scandinavian biker gangs.

A Swede, a Macedonian and an Iranian were arrested in the northern German city of Rostock shortly after they got off a ferry from Denmark, The Local.de reported. Police said nearly a kilo of explosives, detonators and bullet-proof vests were found in their vehicle.

The arrests, which occurred last month, were announced Wednesday. Two of the men are alleged to be members of the Bandidos, who have been battling the Hells Angels for territory.

German police have been cracking down on motorcycle gangs, closing clubs, raiding gang addresses and banning the Berlin City chapter of the Hells Angels. The ban has caused some gang members to switch allegiances, including the head of the Berlin chapter of the Bandidos.

Violence between the groups has escalated in recent months. The Hells Angels have declared no other gangs will be allowed in Berlin. The leader of the Hells Angels was shot in early June and last month two Bandidos were shot.



Comancheros bikie gang has been charged after the seizure of more than half a million dollars in cash

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

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CASHED UP: A man is in custody after police found more than $500,000 in his car during a search last night in Noranda. Source:PerthNow
AN associate of the Comancheros bikie gang has been charged after the seizure of more than half a million dollars in cash found during a routine traffic stop in Perth's northern suburbs last night.
Police say the seizure is a massive blow to the Perth chapter of the bikie gang.
It will be alleged the money was found in a bag in the boot of a car pulled over by police on Bramwell Road in Noranda last night.
At the wheel of the car was a 52-year-old man who police say is an associate of the Comancheros bikie gang.
A subsequent search of the man’s Burns Beach home also allegedly uncovered a loaded 9mm semi automatic pistol and ammunition.
The man will appear in court on August 16 charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of unlawfully obtained money.
Detective Senior Sergeant Jeff Christmass of the Gang Crime Squad said the seizure was a massive win for police and the community, but a big blow to the bikie gang.
He said police believed the money was obtained through the sale of drugs by members of the Comancheros, adding it was a "major disruption" to the gang's criminal activities.
“This just puts credence into the intelligence that we receive all the time about outlaw motorcycle gangs that they are involved in organised crime,” Det-Sen-Sgt Christmass said.
“It goes to show you the scale that they are working at.
“The impact on this particular gang would be severe, I can tell you this is a huge dent in their operation and (it) will take quite some time to recover from this.”
Det-Sen-Sgt Christmass said while the cash seizure was significant in its amount, it was not a WA record.
“Its obviously a substantial amount of cash…it goes without saying it’s a big win for WA Police to take this money out of the system,” he said.
“If you intend on becoming involved in criminal activity it doesn’t matter what level, WA Police will do everything we can to target you and bring you to justice.”
Langford traffic stop, drug bust
South East Metropolitan Traffic Officers apprehended and charged a 20-year-old man of Thornlie overnight when he failed to stop for them on Ruby Avenue in Langford.
At around 8.40pm, the man was riding a Yamaha motorcycle, which allegedly accelerated heavily away from police. 
As the rider turned into Nicholson Road, he lost control of his bike and hit traffic islands and a stationery vehicle before coming to rest.  The rider then allegedly fled into nearby bushland.
He was pursued and located a short time later with the help of Police Dog Squad. 
A personal search located a quantity of methylamphetamine.
The man has been charged with fail to stop, reckless driving, no authority to drive and possess methylamphetamine with intent to sell/supply.  He will appear before the Perth Magistrates Court today.
His motorcycle was also seized. 

Police raid Hells Angels HQ Ball bearing Hells Angel Founder arrested

 Ball bearing Hells Angel Founder arrestedPolice seize drugs and firearms at the Hells Angels outlaw motorcycle gang's headquarters in Melbourne's east
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