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Large motorcycle gang gathering passes uneventfully

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Pagans MC

BY: Joe Beck

Virginia - Law enforcement officials in several communities kept a wary eye on the Pagans MC outlaw motorcycle gang as up to 150 members rumbled through the Northern Shenandoah Valley Saturday.

No complaints were reported during their appearance along a route that ran from Winchester to Front Royal, police said.

"There was no trouble," said Richard Swartz, team leader of the Northwest Virginia Gang Task Force. We had no issues, no complaints whatsoever in any of the jurisdictions they were in."

The gathering, although uneventful, was notable for its sheer size, Swartz said.

"Since 2005, this is the largest event we've seen in our area," he said.

Capt. Mark Werner of the Front Royal police went back even further, calling it the largest assembly of motorcycle gang members he has seen in 22 years with the department.

Swartz said law enforcement agencies throughout the region were notified of the gang's arrival around noon on Saturday.

"The region responded," he said. "The departments took care of what they needed to take care of."


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Posted on 5/16/2012 10:47 PM | 1%er News

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They took care of what
Posted by infantry11c on 5/18/2012 3:24 PM

The department took care of what they had to??? What did they make sure that the donuts were fresh.

Posted by paddyaddy on 5/18/2012 2:04 PM

Pmc,they came, they spent, they went.Cops,they came, they watched, they cost.

Posted by Lady on 5/18/2012 11:05 AM

So they say its the largest event since 2005 and there was no trouble....hmmm....did they get a clue that if they just leave them alone and let them do what they had planned in the first place....there would be no problems.

Much love and respect to those that have earned and deserve it, Lady

No roadblock
Posted by Eyesofmyenemy on 5/17/2012 7:05 PM

Cops must not have set up the usual roadblocks to mess with the club. I guess the lawsuits are working.

Fucking cops
Posted by RVN69 on 5/17/2012 10:27 AM

Swartz said law enforcement agencies throughout the region were notified of the gang's arrival around noon on Saturday.

"The region responded," he said. "The departments took care of what they needed to take care of."

They didn't need to take care of anything shithead, the PMC was just out enjoying a ride, something they can do without the harrasment of you and your donut gang.


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