A 55-year-old reputed member of the Hells Angels has been indicted in connection with a brutal beating of two other members at a Northern California clubhouse for violating club rules, federal prosecutors said this week.
Kenneth Caspers Jr., 55, of Vacaville, was charged with being a felon in possession of ammunition, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Caspers is the fourth person indicted in the beating that occurred in October 2021 at a clubhouse in Vallejo, about 30 miles north of San Francisco, officials said. The other three — Jaime Alvarez, Dennis Killough Jr., and Michael Mahoney — were indicted in 2022, officials said.
It all started when Caspers, Alvarez, Killough, and Mahoney called a member of a rival club that was considered to be a subordinate of the Hells Angels, or “puppet” club, over “perceived infractions” of Hells Angels’ rules, officials said.
Details about the brutality were laid out in federal court documents. The first victim, identified in court documents as Victim-1, said he felt uneasy when he arrived at the clubhouse as his attackers tried to convince him to come inside, court records said. Three men surrounded him when Mahoney choked him and forced him inside, the documents state.
Once inside, the victim saw 12 of the club’s officers and other members of the Vallejo club. They sat him down in a metal chair and severely beat him for nearly two hours, records show. Killough repeatedly punched him in the ribs, documents state. He felt his ribs crack from the punches that Killough delivered, court documents said.
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