California - PAROLE DENIED: The former president of the Barhoppers, an outlaw motorcycle gang, was denied parole for the sixth time last week after a hearing at Folsom State Prison, according to a statement from the Stanislaus County district attorney's office. In 1982, Glenn Gary was convicted of murdering a member of a rival motorcycle club and was sentenced to 27 years to life in prison. Authorities said Gary used the promise of drugs to lure Casey Allen Wallace, 23, to his home on March 11, 1981. Next, Gary kidnapped Wallace, took him to an orchard near Turlock, beat him and shot him in the head. Later, Gary bragged that he had used Wallace's .38-caliber revolver to do the deed. Gary, 60, will have another parole hearing in one year.
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