News Item: (USA) Outlaws motorcycle club members arrested in Sebastian
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Posted by ace
Wednesday 12 July 2017 - 21:45:14

SEBASTIAN — Out-of-town members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club had a run-in with the law after a fight broke out at Earl's Hideaway bar Sunday night, according to police reports.

It started when a patron got angry about an Outlaws member wanting to take a photo of himself with the patron's girlfriend, police said Wednesday.

That led to three patrons — none were motorcycle club members — being injured, said police spokesman Cmdr. John Blackledge. They had cuts to the face and bruises.

Four Outlaws members were arrested at the bar in the 1400 block of Indian River Drive. The waterfront bar is popular with motorcyclists.

The Outlaws' motto is "God forgives, Outlaws don't." Membership is limited to men driving American-made motorcycles, according to the club's website

Sunday night, the Sebastian bar was packed with about 75 people, including 15 Outlaws from South Florida, when the fight broke out, police said.

After police intervened at about 6 p.m., a police officer attempted to handcuff Outlaws member Daniel Fournier, 40, of Boynton Beach. Fournier attempted to break away, leading to the officer "escorting him to a nearby wall," according to an arrest report.

At the same time, "members of the Outlaws began to step in closer," according to police reports. They left after being ordered to leave, according to arrest affidavits.

Fournier was charged with resisting an officer.

Fort Lauderdale club member John McMahon Potts, 25, was charged with battery, as was another member, Ray Rodriguez, 46, of Coconut Creek.

Outlaws member Jason Bowman, 40, of Fort Lauderdale, was charged with a gun law violation: carrying a firearm into a bar.

A loaded 9mm Smith & Wesson handgun was found on his motorcycle and, according to the affidavits, he told officers he took it into the bar.

Blackledge said the incident is the first of its type in five years.

"We will not tolerate unlawful behavior," Blackledge said.

Deshaun Marshall, 17, is sentenced to 50 years in prison Friday, June 23, 2017, at the Indian River County Courthouse in Vero Beach. In April, he was convicted of first-degree murder and robbery while in possession of a firearm. Marshall, 15 at the time, and another teen, Cazory Henry, robbed and killed Reginald Davis Jr. Wochit

http://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/crime/indian-river-county/2017/07/12/outlaws-motorcycle-club-members-arrested-sebastian/468616001/


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