Members of an Indiana “biker gang” accused of murder, drug trafficking, more
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GARY, Ind. (BIKER DAD) — Members of an Indiana “biker gang” accused of murder, drug trafficking and more have been indicted. That’s according to a report by ABC Chicago.
A 57-page indictment accused 16 members of Gary’s Sin City Disciples. It says members of the MC organized a racketeering conspiracy since 2009 to traffic drugs and illegal firearms and terrorize rival motorcycle organizations.
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The charges claim 50 Sin City members rolled out to intimidate another club to patch over. Sin City members sold drugs and guns to federal informants and their meetings and communications were monitored and recorded by investigators, according to the indictment.
Their crimes also include an alleged murder-for-hire, trafficking of cocaine, heroin and marijuana, and extorting money from car and motorcycle club members in northern Indiana, The (Northwest Indiana) Times reported.
According to Wikipedia “the Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club, also known as Sin City Nation, is an African-American one-percenter outlaw motorcycle club. As one of the most well-known and oldest black outlaw motorcycle clubs in the United States, they have multiple chapters across the nation and have an additional presence in Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America. Additionally, the organization has many support clubs in across the U.S. in select states.”