VIDEO: Member of the Mongols MC killed in shoot-out: Nearly 100 bikers ride for his funeral
CAMDENTON, MO. (BIKER DAD)– A loud show of love and respect as nearly 100 bikers rode through a Missouri town to bury a member of the Mongols MC killed in a shoot-out. 25-year-old Blane Curley, was buried Saturday. You can watch the procession in the video player above.
He died July 15th when members of the Mongols, Galloping Goose, and Midwest Drifters motorcycle clubs brawled. You can see the video of the shooting here, it was caught on camera.
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UPDATE: A second person has been charged in the shoot-out. KY3 reports Daniel Kurtzeborn, Iberia, Mo., faces a charge of unlawful possession of a firearm. Police say Kurtzeborn lied about having a gun and firing, telling them he had a previous record so he couldn’t have a gun. But surveillance video, they say, caught him in a lie.
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, MO. (BIKER DAD) — Video shows a deadly “biker gang” shooting in a Missouri tourist hot spot. LakeExpo.com obtained a video of the shooting. You can see it in the video player above. STLToday.com reports that one person is dead and another charged in the shooting.
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It happened Thursday at a very popular and crowded tourist hot spot in the Lake of the Ozarks, the Casablanca Bar and Grill. Tonka Way-Con Ponder, 50, of Preston, Missouri, was charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action. One person died and four others were injured. Police called it an “isolated incident” involving “rival biker gangs.” But, the reports do not name which clubs are involved.
Police say Ponder shot the other man who was “actively engaged in a physical altercation with another subject.” That’s when members of both clubs started firing. STLToday reports, “Ponder and another man were struck and fell to the ground in front of Casablanca, charges say. Ponder then reloaded and shot another man as that man walked away.”