(KRON) — A Solano County Hell’s Angels member was sentence Tuesday on weapons charges following an investigation into a “brutal” beating at the Hell’s Angels Vallejo chapter clubhouse, officials announced.
In October 2021, court documents said Michael Mahoney, 30, of Fairfield, with other Hell’s Angels members, was involved in a beating of two members of a different motorcycle club—considered a subordinate club of the Hell’s Angels—for apparently breaking some Hell’s Angels rules.
During the investigation, officers executed a search warrant of Mahoney’s home and said they found several firearms including a Smith & Wesson .38-caliber revolver with a serial number that had been scratched off and a Sears & Roebuck 12-gauge shotgun with a barrel that had been sawn off to approximately 12.75 inches in length. The shotgun had not been registered properly, officials said.
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