Seven alleged Hells Angels members won’t face racketeering or gang charges in a Las Vegas-area freeway shooting that authorities said injured seven people, including six rival Vagos motorcycle gang members, almost a year ago, a judge decided Monday.
Clark County District Court Judge Tierra Jones also reduced from 25 to five the number of shooting counts in the case against defendants, including the Hells Angels Las Vegas chapter president, Richard Devries.
“The court finds that the … indictment does not specify which of the defendants engaged in which type of criminal activities, and further does not include the specificity of the racketeering crimes,” Jones wrote. Her ruling followed a March 31 hearing with attorneys and defendants in the case.
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