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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Outlaws Motorcycle Club HQ searched for stabbing evidence

ANDERSON, Ind. — Anderson Police, Madison County Sheriffs deputies and Indiana State troopers raided the headquarters of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club on Anderson’s south side Saturday.

They were looking for a suspect and evidence in a near fatal stabbing from mid-April.

“We had information that there was evidence related to the stabbing to be found in the Outlaws clubhouse,” Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings told Fox 59 News.

“A warrant was executed, a warrant was obtained, and with two or three SWAT teams that warrant was executed last night at the Outlaws clubhouse. We took some evidence. What the value of that evidence is right now we really don’t know for sure. There may be some evidentiary value there.”

A house shrouded by a tarp and plywood over first floor windows and a pole barn clubhouse with the Outlaws logo on the door sit behind a fence with a sign

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The Owyhee Motorcycle Club kicks it into high gear with vintage races

BOISE, Idaho — The Owyhee Motorcycle Club is historic, the OMC has operated in the same spot in the foothills north of Boise for more than eight decades.

This weekend the motocross club held one of their most popular events, the vintage races where people showed up in classic bikes to race around the track.

It’s one of the only places in Idaho to race on vintage bikes and 14-years-ago when the OMC first held these races there were 67 riders, this weekend more than 400 people competed.

“Vintage racing brings you back to a time when you grew up riding these motorcycles,” said Scott Wallenberg who helped bring these races to the OMC.

In 1971 and 1972 the Owyhee Motorcycle Club hosted the largest professional motocross series in the world.

“Our idea was could we recreate that?” said Wallenberg. “Not too many people can go to the same place

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Motorcycle club donates over 4,000 pounds of dog food to Austintown shelter

The food was hauled in by a trailer and taken to All About the Paws in Austintown

AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A motorcycle club donated over 4,000 pounds of dog food for a local shelter Sunday.

The food was hauled in by a trailer and taken to All About the Paws in Austintown.

Through a fundraiser, they were able to raise $3,400.

All About the Paws is taking care of four dogs with about eight more in foster care.

Both the shelter and the Iron Order Motorcycle Club have a big heart for dogs.

“Well, I have dogs of my own. Most of us have dogs of our own. They can’t fight for themselves, so someone has to help them,”

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