With the Galloway Syndicate's decade of causing destruction across the Southern parts of the Republic of Ireland reaching an end due to multiple members towards the 'Head of the Syndicate' being declared dead, missing or in custody, Guarda Commissioner Noel Conroy has attended a press release on the matter. Conroy has stated that he thanks 'the entirety of the Guarda over the past decade, especially the ex-commissioner Patrick Byrne' for all his 'brilliant work and bravery over the first 6 years of this terrible period'. He also states the official 'Head of the Syndicate' Martin Galloway is 'securely in custody, currently awaiting questioning and a trial' on his Syndicate's crimes over the past decade.
Futhermore, it should be public knowledge that there are still 'main members' of this Syndicate classed as missing, who are dangerous criminals who should be reported to the Guarda immediately when spotted or if you think you have heard anything on their location. Two of Martin Galloway's sons, David Galloway and Simon Galloway, are part of the members who have not been caught. It is thought that with the Syndicate collapsing the brothers may have fled the country. Once again, if you see a member of the syndicate or have any information that could lead to their arrest, please contact your closest Guarda.
During the Spring of 2008, Simon and Davey Galloway arrived on the shores of Morehead City, North Carolina. After 6 months of hiding and using their fathers boat to sneak into the US, the Galloway brothers and some other friends from the Syndicate were ready to continue the family trade. The four Irishmen made there way to the nearby town of Jacksonville, where they took masks and arms into an Ameris Bank and robbed the place, escaping in a rental. One of the four men, Connor McStrantis, was shot by the police trying to stop the robbery and bled out in the back of the rental Chevrolet Cruze escape car. Connor was pushed out by Andy, the forth member, which lessened the cops tail. The final three Irish men finally escaped the police, switched cars and headed for the party town of Los Santos.
During the ride to Los Santos, the trio became a duo, when Andy fell in love with a bar-maid in Arkansas and decided to stay, get a job and hopefully create a life with himself and his share of the money. So, the brothers Simon and Davey Galloway, took their share of the money and their dreams, and made there way to Los Santos.
Since the brothers 2008 arrival in Los Santos, Simon and Davey had gathered an array of cars and some new friends. After doing small scale crimes, Simon and Davey felt it was time to create a small group, hopefully rebuilding the Syndicate. Looking for Irish-Americans to reform the Syndicate, the brothers and their Syndicate have a story to come.
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