Five Hells Angels Have Been Arrested For Shooting A Biker In Washington. Here’s The Story.

It’s almost become a weekly feature for us to be reporting the hells angels going down now. It doesn’t even seem uncanny anymore. Maybe it’s time the club and the members start maintaining a low-profile, if they don’t want law enforcement to tear apart their very fabric. This time, today, we are reporting the arrest of five hells angels members in connection with a shooting in Washington.



The victim was riding with a bunch of Hells Angels motorcyclists.


The exact scene of events and why the shooting took place isn’t exactly clear. When the Washington State Patrol troopers arrived, they found a 52-year old Dennis Donahue shot in the leg. He was first transported to Lourdes ER in Pasco, and then later moved to Kadlec Medical Center.


The victim is in serious condition.


Franklin County Sheriff’s Detectives have identified six men as Hells Angels members who had a connection with the shooting. One of them was driving a Chevrolet pickup. Investigators said that three of the five motorcycles were hit by bullets.


A handgun with a bloody trail was found just 15 feet away from the group.


Consequently, five Hells Angels members were arrested.


Jason A. Marshall, 47; Neal G. Foulger, 55; William D. Smeeton, 47; William I. Maclean, 66; and Michael A. Smullen, 59.


The arrested bikers were sent to the Franklin County Jail for 72 hours. Although no charges have yet been filed, the bikers were sent to jail on “suspicion of criminal mischief”.


A motorcyclist was struck and killed by a pickup truck here Sunday evening, according to New Jersey State Police.

The crash occurred around 7:40 p.m. on Route 206, State Police spokesman Trooper Alejandro Goez said.

The motorcycle, a Harley Davidson, was driving southbound near mile marker 11 when a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, traveling north and attempting to turn left, hit the oncoming motorcycle, he said.

The biker, 41-year-old Michael Simonelli of Sewell, was ejected from the motorcycle, Goez said. Police pronounced him dead at the scene.

A passenger in the Toyota sustained minor injuries, while the driver was not injured, Goez said.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing, and no charges have been brought against the truck’s driver as of Tuesday afternoon, he added.

British couple die on holiday after colliding with pick-up truck on their Harley Davidson

A COUPLE on a sunshine holiday in Florida were killed in a horror crash after taking their rented Harley Davidson motorcycle out for a last ride.

Terence and Dawn Marie Milsom were killed when they collided with a pick-up truck towing a boat as they traveled back to their holiday villa in Key Colony Beach, Marathon.

An inquest was told the couple were holidaying with 57-year-old Mr Milsom’s brother and his wife, who were also on a motorbike some distance behind when they heard the crash.

Motorbike valet Mr Milsom, and his wife, a 50-year-old secretary who was the pillion rider, were preparing to make a left hand turn when they died just before 9pm on October 27 last year.

It was the last night we had the bikes and we wanted to have a last ride

Sister in law, Jillian

The Doncaster inquest heard the bike collided with a pick up truck driven by Carla Elizondo which was travelling in the opposite direction.

The couple, from Edenthorpe, Doncaster, were both pronounced dead at the scene.

In a statement read out from Ms Elizondo, she said she was travelling below the 45mph speed limit through a green light when the bike cut in front of her.

“I remember slamming my brakes on and hitting them,”she added.

A statement read out from Mr Milsom’s sister in law, Jillian added: “We had been out for a meal, it was the last night we had the bikes and we wanted to have a last ride.

“I didn’t see it, I just heard the crash and heard my husband scream.” Toxicology results for Mr Milsom were negative.

A post mortem result revealed Mr and Mrs Milsom both died as a result of multiple blunt force injuries.

Coroner Fred Curtis concluded the couple had died as a result of a road traffic collision.

He added: “It is a sad matter that a holiday which I’m sure gave considerable pleasure should end in this very tragic way.

“An investigation by Florida Highway Patrol found no crime had been committed and no charges were filed in relation to the collision.”


No charges for woman who struck and killed a Patriot Guard Rider during funeral procession

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – The Bureau of Crimes Against Persons will not seek charges on the driver of the minivan involved in an accident that took the life of a Patriot Guard Rider. The motorcyclist was in a funeral procession this Monday.

St. Louis County Police say the driver of the minivan was stopped at a green light at the intersection of Barracksview and Telegraph. She tried to cross Telegraph once she thought the funeral procession was finished. She did not see the motorcycle and struck it.

A 64-year-old Patriot Guard Rider Mark Schroeder was rushed to the hospital where he died of his injuries. No other injuries were reported.

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