The last of eight men recently indicted in a Hells Angels racketeering case was booked Monday into the Clark County Detention Center in connection with a highway shooting that injured members of the rival Vagos Motorcycle Club.
Rayann Mollasgo, 41, is an associate of the motorcycle group, also called a “hangaround,” according to a September grand jury indictment. He was booked into the detention center on Monday and is currently held on a $250,000 bail, jail records show.
Officials now have all eight co-defendants in the racketeering case since the grand jury returned a superseding indictment on Sept. 23. Three of the men — local Hells Angels president Richard Devries, 67; Russell Smith, 27; and Stephen Alo, 46 — were initially arrested shortly after the May 29 shooting on U.S. Highway 95, west of Wagon Wheel Drive in Henderson.