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Man charged in motorcycle gang shooting that killed 1, wounded 4 on Lake Ozark strip

Prosecutors have charged a 50-year-old man in a shooting that left one man dead and four wounded Thursday on the strip in Lake Ozark during a confrontation between rival motorcycle gangs, according to news media reports.

Tonka Way-Con Ponder, of Preston, Missouri, was charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action in the shooting, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. A warrant for his arrest was issued Friday, court records show.

The shooting unfolded about 7:45 p.m. outside Casablanca Pub and Grille on Bagnell Dam Boulevard. Businesses along that street are popular with locals and tourists at Lake of the Ozarks. Thursday was “bike night” at the bar and restaurant.

The man killed had not been identified as of Sunday afternoon. The conditions of the injured were unknown.

Officials said multiple people were initially detained after the shooting. Police said the gunfire was “gang related,” but have not

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Two dead after motorcycle accident, one charged with DWI, Madison County Sheriff’s Office says

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LENOX, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Two people died after a fatal motorcycle accident in Madison County Thursday, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office said.

Officials said the two vehicle crash happened at the intersection of Old Orchard Road in the Town of Lenox.

26-year-old Robert T. Scherl of Cicero was traveling westbound on State Route 31 on a 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle when he collided with a 2012 Jeep Liberty attempting to turn northbound onto Old Orchard Road, officials said.

Scherl was pronounced dead at the scene.

The 27-year-old passenger on the motorcycle, Marissa Danforth, was pronounced dead at the Oneida City Hospital due to injuries sustained in the crash, police said.

Police said after investigating it was determined that the driver of the Jeep, 38-year-old Sara Lane of Lenox, Madison County, was intoxicated at

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Man charged with attempted murder in injury of motorcycle officer

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — A man was booked into the Central Jail Saturday on suspicion of attempted murder of a police officer, who was injured during a traffic stop in a Mira Mesa neighborhood, police said.

Moises Correa, 29, was also charged with assault with force and resisting arrest, according to jail records.

A motorcycle officer with the San Diego Police Department suffered minor injuries when a driver ran him down with a car during a stop at Black Mountain Road and Westview Parkway at 10:09 a.m. Thursday, police said.

The officer pulled over a black Chrysler sedan and the driver backed up and struck him before taking off northbound on Black Mountain Road, Officer Tony Martinez said.

As the officer gave chase, the driver pulled to a stop in a traffic lane, then accelerated in reverse, sending the sedan crashing into the motorcycle, according to Lt. Andra Brown

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CA motorcycle club president charged with being ‘large scale’ cocaine and heroin dealer

SACRAMENTO — The president of a Sacramento branch of a motorcycle club is a lead defendant in three federal cases accusing him of distributing cocaine, crack and heroin by the kilogram, court records show.

Tyrone Anderson, 40, was charged in three dockets with conspiracy and distribution of the three drugs, along with a total of more than a dozen co-defendants. In the complaint, a DEA agent alleges that the defendants sold drugs in the Sacramento area as well as Solano County and describe Anderson as “a large-scale cocaine, cocaine base, and heroin dealer who partnered and agreed with multiple individuals to operate and profit from his drug trafficking organizations.”

In addition to Anderson, federal prosecutors in Sacramento charged: Wilmer Harden, Maurice Bryant, Charles Carter, Bobby Conner, Jerome Adams, Dwight Haney, Arlington Caine, Mark Martin, Alex White, Andre Hellams, Jason Tolbert, Michael Hampton, Yovanny Ontiveros, and a 15th person whose name

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