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Former Hells Angels leader to be extradited to California


former president of the San Diego Hells Angels will be extradited to California before the end of the month to face charges of kidnapping, robbing and torturing a fellow gang member in San Diego. Stephen Sanders, 42, surrendered Thursday night to federal and local authorities at Ala Moana Beach Park. He will be held without bail at Oahu Community Correctional Center until he is returned to San Diego before Nov. 1. Circuit Judge Steve Alm approved the extradition order this afternoon. Sanders was one of four men wanted in the 2007 incident, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. The four men are accused of kidnapping, torturing, assaulting and robbing a man who informed the club that he no longer wanted to be a member . He faces charges of aggravated mayhem, kidnapping for ransom, robbery and torture. The man was beaten, and his Hells Angels tattoos, which ran up three sides of his neck and both arms, were tattooed over. The assailants forced him to sign over the title to his motorcycle, the newspaper reported.

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