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2 women charged in Mongol Motorcycle Club investigation:Motor Maids, annual women’s motorcycle convention parades into Montgomery

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – New charges in the Mongol Motorcycle Club Investigation.

So far this year 19 alleged members and associates of the Mongol Motorcycle Club were charged under a 54-count indictment.

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The case continues to grow. U.S. Attorney Don Cochran and Acting Assistant Attorney General John P. Cronan announced that 21 people are now charged with conspiracy, murder, drug trafficking and more.

An indictment unsealed Friday charges two women, 22-year old Janie Lee and 33-year-old Marie Decker with drug trafficking conspiracy, money laundering, and other charges.

The new indictment also brought additional charges for Robert Humiston, a/k/a “Bric,” for violation of the National Firearms Act, and Christopher Wilson for drug trafficking conspiracy, possession of a firearm, among other charges.

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BAY ST. LOUIS, MS (WLOX) – It was a show of generosity from the Mississippi Blue Knights for Bay St. Louis firefighter Michael Guitreau as they presented him with a check for more than $11,000 on Monday.

In April, Guitreau was seriously injured when he was hit while riding his motorcycle to work. Since then, different organizations have rallied together, hosting several fundraisers for the firefighter’s recovery. The check presented on Monday is 100 percent of the proceeds from a benefit the Blue Knights hosted in June.

“It’s amazing the way the community has come together to show support. The prayers, text messages, phone calls – it goes a long way,” Guitreau said.

“These are the people who go out every day and put their lives on the line for us, whether it be police or fire or whatever. And it’s nice to be able to give back to them in their time of need,” said Robert O’Neal, President of the Blue Knights.

“Everybody just stepped up and did their fair share. Everybody feels for the young man, and his family and everything, and trying to make it right for him, and get him back to where maybe one day he can make it back as a fireman,” said Bay St. Louis mayor Mike Favre.

Guitreau’s road to recovery isn’t over, but his fellow firefighters see every day as another day closer to his return.

“We can get him back on his feet, get him going here. That’ll be great. That’s the plan,” said deputy chief Ronald Avery.

And with the continuous support of the community, Guitreau says he will continue pushing forward.

“It’s a bad situation, but we’re going to do the best that we can to make the best out of it. You know, my main goal is to get back on to one of these fire trucks,” he said.

Guitreau says he hopes to begin working on walking again over the next few weeks.

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The Motor Maids, a 1300-member, all-female motorcycle club, will parade around Alabama’s capital city Tuesday night starting at 6 p.m.

The annual Motor Maids convention is in full swing Monday through Thursday with hundreds of motorcycles representing many brands parked in the lot between the Montgomery Performing Arts Center and Union Station.

As part of the convention, the Maids will don their uniforms and parade their bikes from Riverwalk Stadium, past the Court Square Fountain, and up to the Alabama Capitol, exhibiting their common passion for riding and promoting motorcycle safety and a positive image of women on motorcycles.

The Motor Maids were founded in 1940 with 51 cyclists. They’ve since expanded to a 1300-member organization spread across the United States and Canada with members ranging from ages 18 to 92.

The convention, held in a different location each year, requires participants to ride to and from the convention entirely on their bikes.