The Birmingham Police Department is conducting a homicide investigation after a shooting at a motorcycle club in the early morning hours Saturday. Police received a call abut a shooting at the Tru-Riders Motorcycle Club at 905 Reverend Abraham Woods Junior Boulevard just before 1 a.m.When they arrived they found a woman had been shot. Birmingham Fire and Rescue arrived and took her to UAB Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.During that time, an officer at Birmingham Police headquarters heard a crash in the 1700 block of 1st Avenue North. He found a vehicle had crashed into two parked cars and the driver had been shot.He was identified as 38-year-old Navari Deon Jones of Bessemer. Birmingham Fire and Rescue responded to the scene and pronounced Jones dead.Officers also learned that another woman had been shot and arrived at UAB Hospital with a non-life-threatening injury.Police say their investigators learned that shots were fired … Read More
PROVIDENCE — The North Smithfield man authorities identify as leader of a notorious outlaw motorcycle gang is back behind bars after admitting he consorted with fellow gang members, some with criminal records, while sentenced to home confinement.
Deric “Tuna” McGuire, 37, had been on home confinement with electronic monitoring since a July 2019 Superior Court ruling that struck key wiretap evidence against him and his associates in a sprawling drug-trafficking and firearms case.
McGuire, the alleged leader of the Pagans Motorcycle Club chapter in Rhode Island, has returned to the Adult Correctional Institutions for 45 days after admitting Monday failing to keep the peace by spending time with people with criminal records, a violation of bail terms, according to Kristy dosReis, spokeswoman for Attorney General Peter F. Neronha’s office. He returns to court March 4.
According to Rhode Island State Police, an intelligence analyst learned that the Pagans would be
The motorcycle clubs in the area are no strangers to holding events and rides for members of the community.
As recently as December, several motorcycle clubs banded together for a coat drive to donate to those in need. But this Saturday, local motorcycle club the Southern Saints’ newest fundraiser will hit a bit closer to home.
“It’s still the same to this very day, you know. We’re here for each other, taking care of each other. And that’s what the biker lifestyle is all about. You take care of each other. You’re good-hearted,” said Perry Logan with the Southern Saints.
Logan has helped organize a ride this Saturday, which has been named F*** Cancer, and is dedicated to another Southern Saints member, Joe Ludwick, who learned he had kidney cancer in October.
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ANTHONY — An 80-year-old motorcycle rider was killed and another rider, age 74, was injured late Tuesday morning when they crashed in a rural section of northeast Marion County.
The Florida Highway Patrol no longer includes names in its news releases. The agency only gave the men’s ages and said both were from Ocala.
The motorcycles – one riding in front of the other – were westbound on Northeast 90th Street Road about a mile east of Baseline Road (State Road 35/Northeast 58th Avenue.)
According to the patrol, the younger man, who