Two Pagans “Motorcycle Gang” Members Arrested in Florida Keys
Recently, two individuals suspected to be members of the Pagans “motorcycle gang” were arrested in separate incidents in the Florida Keys. The arrests were made in the efforts to keep the community safe and reduce crime rates.
In the first incident, Nicole Marie Fortier, 45, was arrested during a traffic stop near 17th Court in Marathon for e, possession of a concealed weapon without a permit, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The driver of the vehicle, Nicholas Joseph La Bella, 69, was also cited for speeding and not wearing a seat belt. La Bella admitted to speeding in order to keep up with a group of motorcyclists affiliated with the Pagans.
In the second incident, Brandon Orlando Ebbs, 43, was charged with violating probation for a DUI in Monroe County after being stopped while riding a motorcycle on Big Pine Key.
Sheriff Rick Ramsay made it clear that anyone who commits crimes in the Florida Keys will be closely monitored, and the safety of the community is a top priority.“Anyone who comes to the Florida Keys and commits crimes will be on my radar,” said Sheriff Rick Ramsay. “I am committed to the safety of this community.”
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According to the US Justice department The Pagans “motorcycle gang” has been known for its involvement in criminal activities, including drug trafficking, weapons possession, and violence. Law enforcement agencies across the country have been working to prevent its members from carrying out illegal activities.