by Tom Lemons
SPRING HILL – Residents living in the area of Spencer Court and Tanner Road woke to the sounds of flash bangs this morning, after the FBI raided the home of an alleged Biker Club member.
Officials aren’t commenting at all on the investigation, but according to sources, FBI agents executed a search warrant at 13012 Spencer Court around 6:00 a.m. this morning.
The home is owned by Glen Buzze who is or was a Pasco County Firefighter/Paramedic and also a member of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club. One sources tells RNF that Buzze is a Chapter President of the Pagan’s.
A spokesperson for the FBI would only confirm that that agents executed a search warrant but would not elaborate on the details. Pasco and Hernando County Officials also declined to comment.
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There are unconfirmed reports that Buzze was taken into custody and that it the investigation may be connected to last week’s shooting death of Pagan’s Club Member and decorated military veteran, 32-year-old William James Earl. Earl was shot and killed in the driveway of his home on Glenrock Road on January 16th.(FULL STORY)
Buzze made headlines in 2016, after he was identified as one of three Pasco Firefighters who belong to 1%-er motorcycle clubs. The FBI considers the Pagan’s as one of Most dangerous organization, due to their connections with the Aryan Brotherhood and the Italian Mafia.
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