CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has denied the appeal of a Marion County man over his conviction related to a 2018 motorcycle club slaying.
In September 2018, James Vincent, who was the president of the Fairmont chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, learned that Luka Grabb had plans to rob him.
Grabb was summoned to Vincent’s home, where David Uphold, Russell Kirk, Charles and Vernon Carpenter, and others were gathered. When Grabb arrived, he and Vincent got in an argument, leading Vincent to shoot Grabb five times. While Grabb was lying on the ground after being shot, Uphold hit him several times, before helping the others dump Grabb’s body on a nearby roadside.
00:00 Intro To show
01:56 Bikers raise money for animal shelter
03:24 Under the influence biker pleads guilty to manslaughter
04:41 Former 911 Operator gives information to black jack motorcycle club
06:03 PAGANS MC MOTORCYCLE CLUB SLAYING