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Crime 13 charged in connection to Denver motorcycle gang raids, organized crime – including 81-year-old

22:26  22 november  2019
22:26  22 november  2019 Source:   denverpost.com

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Thirteen men face a slew of charges alleging they beat, kidnapped and robbed as part of an organized crime ring operated out of a Denver Hells Angels clubhouse and Front Range tattoo shops.

a group of people posing for the camera: Top row, from left: Jason P. Sellers, Michael J. Dire, Jared B. Orland, Clinton Williams. Middle row, from left: William © Provided by MediaNews Group d/b/a Digital First Media Top row, from left: Jason P. Sellers, Michael J. Dire, Jared B. Orland, Clinton Williams. Middle row, from left: William "Kelly" Henderson, William "Curly" E. Whitney, Justin A. Wright, Peter M. Baron. Bottom row, from left: Dominic P. Robichaud, Adam Mulcahy, Jimmy Salazar, Derek A. Beste

The men face a range of felonies in connection to Nov. 7 law enforcement raids across the metro area where dozens of officers used flash bangs and door-blasting projectiles to execute 19 search warrants. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann announced the criminal charges Friday, but the men’s arrest warrants with details of the alleged crimes remained sealed.

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During the raids, law enforcement seized methamphetamine, cocaine, cash and dozens of firearms, according to the district attorney’s office. Law enforcement executed search warrants on the Hells Angels clubhouse on Navajo Street in Denver, the Kool Kat Tattoo Shop in Englewood, the Uneekbilt body shop in Englewood and the Tribal Rites tattoo shop in Westminster.

The 13 men charged in connection to the crime ring are:

  • Jason Sellers, 44
  • Michael Dire, 74
  • Jared Orland, 47
  • Clinton Williams, 45
  • William “Kelly” Henderson, 42
  • William “Curly” Whitney, 81
  • Justin Wright, 35
  • Peter Baron, 30
  • Dominic Robichaud, 47
  • Dustin Ullerich, 47
  • Adam Mulcahy, 27
  • Jimmy Salazar, 44
  • Derek Beste, 30

A fourteenth man, 35-year-old Jerome Guardiola, remained at large Friday, according to the district attorney.

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All of the men face charges they participated in organized crime and some face additional charges, like theft greater than $100,000 and assault.

The arrests stem from an investigation that began in July that soon ballooned to a bigger case than law enforcement expected. More than 11 state and federal law enforcement agencies became involved in the case, which spanned along the Front Range. Investigators worked as far north as Brighton and as far south as Colorado Springs.

The investigation is ongoing, according to the district attorney’s office.

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