Florida - DAYTONA BEACH --
Police said they are looking for a man charged with felony battery who has ties to a white supremacist group.
Detectives in Daytona Beach said they are looking for Thomas Hettmansperger, who is already on probation for a manslaughter conviction.
Police said Hettmansperger, 32, hit a man in the face, possibly using brass knuckles, at the Crooks Den Lounge on June 3.
According to police, Hettmansperger, is a known associate of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, which some refer to as an outlaw organization.
Police also said Hettmansperger is a documented member of the white supremacist group Aryan Nation.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Hettmansperger finished serving a three-year sentence in 2011 for manslaughter in the death of a man he beat another Daytona Beach man in 2008 and left him for dead.
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