Two members of the Hells Angels face weapons and drug charges after a multi-police agency action on Saturday, Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley, Jr. reported.
Police stopped a vehicle Saturday on the entrance ramp to Interstate 84 westbound from Route 311 in the Town of Patterson. Officers alleged two people in the car possessed a weapon and cocaine.
Police said Daniel F. Quinn of Montague, New Jersey, a member of the Iron Affliction MC, a support club of the Hells Angels MC, unlawfully possessed a loaded pistol and a quantity of suspected cocaine.
They also alleged passenger Joshua Levitan of Port Jervis, New York, a member of the Walkill Chapter of the Hells Angels MC, was found in possession of a weapon and suspected cocaine.
The joint operation was conducted by the Putnam County Sheriffs Department Road Patrol and Narcotic Enforcement Unit, New York State Police, and Town of Kent Police Department.
- Two men were charged Wednesday in connection with a triple homicide
- Outlaw motorcycle gang war” is bringing an increased threat to the public.
- Members of outlaw motorcycle gangs in Western Australia have been advised to hide face tattoos under make-up and plasters
- Pagans MC involved in big shooting while Conan goes to prison
- The former national president of the Pagan’s motorcycle club was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison