PANAMA CITY BEACH — Following a two-month investigation involving two self-proclaimed “Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs,” the Panama City Beach Police Department has arrested three people for allegedly stealing motorcycles.
Two additional suspects are being sought in the case. The case involves the theft of five motorcycles stolen during the Fall Thunder Beach Rally in October.
According to a news release from the PCBPD, the three individuals arrested were:
Christopher William Hill, 42, aka “TAC,” charged with five counts of grand theft auto and one count of grand theft;
William Joseph Hill, 19, aka “Slut Puppy,” charged with one count of grand that auto;
Jared Joseph Billingsley, 31, aka “Subway,” charged with one count of grand theft auto.
All three are from Graceville.
Additionally, arrest warrants were issued for Richard James Harvey, 32, aka “Yankee” of Fort Mitchell Ala., for five counts of grand theft auto, and for Kenjorian Iesjaelyn Walker, 23, aka “Can’t Ride” of Daleville, Ala., also for five counts of grand theft auto. The investigation is still ongoing and further charges could be announced, the release states.
According to the news release, during the fall Thunder Beach Motorcycle Rally, Christopher and William Hill and Billingsley of the Iron Horse Motorcycle Club allegedly conspired with Harvey and Walker of Wheels of Soul Motorcycle Club to steal several motorcycles.
Officials said all five individuals traveled to Panama City Beach on Oct. 24 in the early morning hours. While in Panama City Beach, they allegedly stole five customized motorcycles and transported them to Christopher Hill’s home, hiding the motorcycles on his Graceville property.
Investigators were able to recover two of of the stolen motorcycles and are still searching for the remaining bikes. Harvey and Walker are still at-large.
Anyone having any information in the case, are urged to call the PCPD at 850-233-5000.
This article originally appeared on The News Herald: Panama City Beach police arrest suspects in motorcycle thefts