News Item: (USA) Fourth suspect arrested in biker gang slaying
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Posted by ace
Tuesday 25 July 2017 - 18:52:10

NAPLES – Leesburg police, with the help of the FBI and Collier County sheriff’s deputies, have nabbed the fourth and final known suspect in the motorcycle gang slaying of a rival club member during Bikefest.

Gregory Alan Umphress, 32, was arrested without incident on Saturday, according to Leesburg Police Lt. Joe Iozzi.

Investigators say that members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club tried to force David R. “Gutter” Donovan at knifepoint to give up his Kingsmen gang colors in a turf dispute outside the Circle K on west Main Street. He was shot when he refused.

Other Kingsmen were also forced to leave the store and go outside during the April 29 incident, but Donovan bore the brunt of the gang’s furor.

“Shoot that (expletive), Marc Edward Knotts, allegedly told Outlaws members.

“We haven’t confirmed who the shooter was. It could be one of the four,” Iozzi said.

The men face charges of principal to first-degree murder and kidnapping. Torres also faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Knotts, 48, is the president of the Ocala chapter.

Bikers scattered after the shooting. Three Kingsmen ran into the store and hid behind shelves until clerks called police. One Kingsmen opened the door and opened fire on Outlaws fleeing the scene.

Knotts, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, was hit in the back, arm and leg. He was treated and released from a hospital.

No one has been charged in that shooting.

When a detective went to the Ocala clubhouse in May to arrest Knotts, he said, “Give me 10 minutes so I can put my boots on,” Iozzi said.

Miguel Angel Torres III, 37, of Rockledge, turned himself in to police in June. He is the one who allegedly put the knife to Donovan’s throat.

Police also arrested Jesus Alberto Marrero, 35, in May.

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