Alleged Pagan motorcycle club member accused of attempted murder set to plead guilty to federal charge

An alleged member of the Pagan’s motorcycle club who was charged with attempted murder earlier this year is set to plead guilty to a federal charge related to having an associate of the outlaw motorcycle club store firearms and ammunition for the organization, according to online court records.

A federal judge signed a court order this week allowing Michael Dorazo, of the Glendora section of Gloucester Township, to be transferred from the Salem County Correctional Facility to Camden federal court on Sept. 23 in order to plead guilty to a federal charge he faces.

Dorazo, who authorities say is a member of the Camden County chapter of the Pagans, was charged in August 2020 with being a felon in possession of a firearm after a confidential informant told law enforcement that Dorazo provided six firearms and a large amount of ammunition to store in the informant’s garage.

Members of the

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Suspected Pagan Motorcycle Club member convicted of robbery, grand larceny

Aug. 18—MORGANTOWN — Brandon White, 28, of Masontown, was convicted of two felonies—second-degree robbery and grand larceny—following a Monongalia County Circuit Court jury trial Tuesday.

According to the criminal complaint, the victim told police his motorcycle was stolen on Fairmont Road at the southbound on-ramp of I-79 in Westover. During the jury trial, the victim testified he was on his way home after taking a motorcycle trip to Ohio and stopped in Westover to eat.

The victim made his way back to the I-79 on-ramp, where the victim was cut-off by White. The victim described White as wearing an off-white shirt with the Pagan Motorcycle Club logo, dark-colored jeans, boots, a full helmet and dark sunglasses.

White stopped his motorcycle in front of the victim, who then also stopped. The victim said White began yelling at him, saying the victim “wasn’t supposed to be here ” and also that motorcyclists

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Bismarck firefighter motorcycle club and Mandan business raise money for the Glenburn Fire Department

Bismarck firefighter motorcycle club, Fire and Iron, teamed up with auto shop Dakota Kustomz to raise money for the Glenburn Fire Department Station that caught on fire in March.

The two groups are giving people a chance to ride in a classic fire engine for free, but encouraging donations.

“They need as much as they can possibly get to rebuild, and we were happy to fill the call and help them out,” said Mike Forrest, President Fire and Iron Motorcycle.

The aftermath of the fire resulted in seven fire engine losses, emergency equipment destroyed, and the loss of the fire station.

Dakota Kustomz owner Travis Feist, wanted to do something to help.

“I personally have friends that are volunteer firemen, and women in smaller communities. I know what it’s like for what they go through and what kind of life to live,” Feist said.

Feist pledged $500 out of his

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Deadly shootout after motorcycle club members go to punish imposter, Indiana cops say

Angry that a non-member bore the tattoos and wore the patches of their two motorcycle clubs, six bikers armed themselves and headed to the perceived imposter’s Indiana home to punish him.

But when they broke into the Dupont residence around 4 a.m., June 22, intent on beating and robbing the man, gunfire erupted, according to state police. Someone opened fire on the bikers, and the bikers shot back.

One of the group, 35-year-old Dustin Lindner, of Georgetown, Kentucky was hit during the shootout, investigators said. Jefferson County deputies found him lying in the yard and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Indiana State Police soon took on the investigation.

Four people have been arrested and charged with murder following the fatal shooting, police said Wednesday: Jason Brewer, 34, Gary Fletcher, 40, David Faulkner, 52, Michael Karnuth, 32.

Jordan Lowe, 26, was also arrested and is facing charges of

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