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national president of the American Outlaw Association (Outlaws) motorcycle gang was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison for leading a violent criminal organization.

The national president of the Oulaws organization, Jack Rosga, aka “Milwaukee Jack,” 53, was found guilty on December 21, 2010, of conspiring to engage in racketeering activities and conspiring to commit violence in aid of racketeering.
To date, 27 individuals have been charged as a result of a long-term investigation into criminal activities of the Outlaws motorcycle gang. Twenty have either pled guilty or were convicted at trial.
“Jack Rosga led an outlaw motorcycle gang that was violent at its core,” said U.S. Attorney Neil MacBride. “As the gang’s national president, Mr. Rosga declared war on the rival Hell’s Angels and ordered violent acts on rival gang members. Mr. Rosga admitted to undercover federal agents that he expected to go to jail for leading this violent motorcycle gang, and the jury convicted him of conspiracy to commit racketeering and violent acts. He spent decades dedicated to a criminal way of life, and he’ll now spend decades in prison paying for those crimes.”
According to court documents and evidence at trial, the Outlaws motorcycle gang is a highly organized criminal enterprise with a defined, multi-level chain of command that is ultimately overseen by Rosga, the national president. Leaders and members of the Outlaws in multiple states including Wisconsin, Maine, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia are charged in a June 2010 indictment.
Under Rosga’s leadership, the enterprise is alleged to have engaged in violent racketeering activities with the intent to expand its influence and to control various parts of the country against rival motorcycle gangs, particularly the Hell’s Angels.
Court records indicate that the Outlaws planned multiple acts of violence against rival motorcycle gangs, including shows of force at the Cycle Expo in Henrico County, Virginia, in 2006; Dinwiddie Racetrack in Virginia in 2008; the Cockades Bar in Petersburg, Virginia, in 2009; Daytona Bike Week in Florida in 2009; and the Easyrider Bike Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2010.

Street Fighting Season Begins in Lorain

The weather last Sunday was beautiful, unspoiled blue skies and the temp a comfortable 80. It felt like a dry run for the (any day now) upcoming summer. And you know what good weather means, right? It means outdoor riot season! The prime time of year for beer-courageous sports fans and the all day meth-wired delinquents to get out on the pavement and have some fun.

A whole gang of folks in Lorain weren’t about to let Sunday go without a little recreational upheaval, according to the Chronicle-Telegram. The subsequent riot was the kind of street fight you wish you could only find in the movies. Warring families! Pregnant women grabbing on cops! A late arriving motorcycle gang!

The trouble seemed to have started off stage, but our snapshot into the melee begins when a juvenile drove up to a home on E. 31st Street, jumped out with a board in hand, and began talking smack to a nearby group of teens. Out of nowhere he was “bum rushed” by 23-year-old Ismael Ostolaza. Everyone jumped into the pool after that, armed with boards and pipes. The fight was reportedly between two families, with fathers and sons battling alongside one another for la familia.

The police arrived on the scene but backup was late. Luckily, a group of firefighters had been dispatched on a false alarm in the vicinity and stayed around to get the crowd under control. Six arrests were made: Ostolaza, 38-year-old Juan Negron, 45-year-old Angel Cruz and two juvenile males. As police were putting the cuffs on the suspects, a pregnant woman got all f*ck-the-police and started pulling on the officers. She was arrested for resisting arrest.

Finally, the coda on this is kicker: just as the proverbial dust was beginning to drop, who should happen to roll in but the cavalry, three hog-strapped members of the Baricua motorcycle club. Alas, they were too late, and the police told them so. The bikers road off, but not before ominously varooming their hogs for good measure. Like mom always said, if you can’t swing a lead pipe, you might as well make a statement.


Hells Angels Members Suspected In SF Stabbing

A man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was stabbed on San Francisco's Market Street late Tuesday night by a group of men believed to be members of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, a police spokesman said.
The stabbing was reported at about 11:50 p.m. Tuesday near Market and Taylor streets, police said.
Two men, ages 35 and 39, were approached by a group of about 10 men who were wearing Hells Angels jackets, police said.
One of the suspects asked the 35-year-old victim if he was a member of the Mongols, a rival motorcycle gang, police Officer Albie Esparza said.
The victims ran away and were chased by the suspects, who caught up with them and stabbed the 35-year-old man several times, police said.
The man suffered stab wounds to the back of his head and neck and a laceration to his lip. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for his injuries, which are considered life threatening, Esparza said.
The other victim was not injured in the attack.
The suspects fled the scene on their motorcycles and had not been found as of this morning, police said.


Rogues Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Clubhouse,two men who are charged with illegally possessing firearms during an April 2010 raid on a motorcycle gang clubhouse in which a man was fatally shot by deputies.

A May 23 trial date was set Tuesday for two men who are charged with illegally possessing firearms during an April 2010 raid on a motorcycle gang clubhouse in which a man was fatally shot by deputies.

Also Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Gregory Frizzell found one of the defendants, Scott Lee Sollars, mentally competent, clearing the way for a trial to be held next month in the case against him and co-defendant Albert Dee Ahlfinger.

Sollars, 55, and Ahlfinger, 50, were charged last spring with firearm and ammunition possession despite having felony records.

The charges stem from an April 9, 2010, raid by law enforcement officers at a building in the 1800 block of North Kingston Place, during which Russell Doza was fatally shot by Tulsa County sheriff's deputies. Doza had picked up a pistol and turned toward them, the deputies said.

The raid was conducted after an informant alleged that drugs were being sold at the building, which was then the "Rogues Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Clubhouse," according to an FBI affidavit.

In the building, firearms were "accessible to all subjects in the house," arrest reports state.

The indictment says Ahlfinger's record includes a 1996 conviction for possession of a controlled substance and a 2008 stolen-property conviction, both in Tulsa County. It says Sollars has convictions in Kentucky, Florida and Oklahoma for crimes such as burglary, auto theft, possession of a controlled drug and illegal gun possession.

On Sept. 9, Frizzell ordered Sollars to undergo a mental examination to determine his mental competency. The report has not been made public, but Frizzell said it indicates that Sollars' "status has improved."

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