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Major investigative takedown 23 people tied to the Aryan Warriors were indicted on more than 150 charges including drug trafficking racketeering and murder

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Ed Komenda, Reno Gazette Journal

LAS VEGAS – In what authorities are calling a “major investigative takedown,” 23 people tied to the Aryan Warriors – a violent white supremacist gang operating under orders trickling from leaders inside Nevada prisons – were indicted on more than 150 charges, including drug trafficking, racketeering and murder.

An indictment unsealed last week charges two men in the 2016 murder of Andrew Ryan Thurgood at High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs.

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Anthony Williams, known as “Mugsy,” and Tarik Goicoechea, known as “Torque,” now stand charged with murder and conspiring to kill Thurgood.

Thurgood, 26, was stabbed during a fight with two other inmates in a facility dayroom. He had been serving 12 to 34 months at the prison following a conviction on a felony charge of attempted possession of a stolen vehicle.

Another pair of men – Devin Campbell, known as “Soup,” and Christopher Ashoff, known as “Bullwinkle” – stand charged with the murders two men earlier this year.

Josue Lizardo Contreras-Verdin, 24, was found shot to death on a Las Vegas road, and Thomas Patrick Glenn, 49, was stabbed to death in a backyard tent.

2019 Suzuki SV650X MC Commute Review

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Suzuki's SV650 has been a perennial favorite for decades. It's won us over with the right combination of size, performance, and, of course, price. And for 2019 it offers a slightly different take on its tried-and-true midsize naked-bike platform, with a café-racer-inspired variation in the form of the SV650X.

In this episode of <em>MC Commute</em> we go for a spin on Suzuki's café-racer-inspired SV650X.
In this episode of MC Commute we go for a spin on Suzuki's café-racer-inspired SV650X. (Jeff Allen/)

The 2019 Suzuki SV650X features a triple-clamp-mounted fairing paired to more aggressive clip-on style handlebar, giving it a tastefully aggressive stance. Other details include a premium two-tone ribbed seat and a more sporty remote reservoir-type front brake master cylinder. It's propelled by a punchy 645cc V-twin that's both playful and efficient whether blasting around turns or running errands during the work week.

But will the SV650X's more sporty demeanor add up to a more entertaining experience on the way to work? We're about to find out in this episode of MC Commute. Tune in and watch us put it through its paces around town. After watching, sound off in the comments section below.

A former Hells Angels Motorcycle Club Enforcer walking away from his old life and starting a fashion label

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By Jordan Fabris

A former Hells Angels bikie has turned over a new leaf, walking away from his old life and starting a fashion label.
Ben Geppert admits he has lived, and benefited from, a life of crime but wants to leave it behind and inspire other young people to do the same.
“We’ve all done some bad things and I suppose it just follows us forever,” Geppert told 9News.
The former enforcer has been one of the most prominent figures of the Gold Coast underworld over the past two years, involved in numerous street brawls and public spats between rival gang members.
He has also been prominent on social media, boasting about his life of luxury to thousands of followers.
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