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Pagans Motorcycle Club

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Cartels dissolution, Motorcycle Clubs dream
Published 22/03/2019
By Matthew Pierce


Police intelligence has confirmed that since the dissolution of the Juarez Cartel dubbed, "La Linea" Fort Carson became open game for many other types of lower level criminal organizations and activity, it seemed as if the dissolution of the Cartel which was supposed to be good for the community of Fort Carson and Bone County as a whole didn't prevail in such ways as the LSPD and SASD had hoped, Surveys in the recent year has proven that the murder rate and sexual assaults has significantly increased without the presence of criminals who had some form of a morale code.

That was until an arrival of a new group, Pagan's Motorcycle Club, or simply The Pagans, an outlaw motorcycle club formed by Lou Dobkin in 1959 in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The club rapidly expanded and by 1965, the Pagans, originally clad in blue denim jackets and riding Triumphs, began to evolve along the lines of the stereotypical one-percenter motorcycle club.

The Pagans are categorized as an outlaw motorcycle gang by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They are known to fight over territory with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) and other motorcycle clubs. It is active on the East Coast of the U.S. states: Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, West Virginia and Puerto Rico.

The Pagans were established in Prince George's County, Maryland by then-president Lou Dobkin, in 1959. The group started out by wearing denim jackets and riding Triumph Motorcycles. Originally they were a comradeship of 13 motorcyclists. In the 1960s they adopted a formal constitution and formed a governing structure choosing a national president.

They were a fairly non-violent group until 1965, when the Pagans evolved into an outlaw biker gang with ties to other organized crime groups. Under the leadership of John "Satan" Marron their violence grew in the early 1970s. Their mother club is not in a fixed location but has been generally located in the Northeast. Pagan leaders number 13 to 18 members who are chapter presidents with the largest chapter located in Philadelphia.

The Pagans have grown through "patching over" or incorporating smaller outlaw motorcycle clubs.

It is now rumoured by our insider source that since the recent outbreak of violence between the more established MC's in the state that the Pagan's had some sort of involvement and now have a chapter of there very own in Fort Carson.

Local authority's refused to comment on the situation when questioned how does all this criminal activity seem to spout up right under there noses, due to on-going pending investigation.

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The Pagan's Motorcycle Club still rides, wreaks havoc at Jersey Shore
By: Anthony Fontana
3/16/19
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"You give me six good Pagans and I could take over the country," said James "Jimmy D" DeGregorio, a former high-ranking member of the Pagans in the South Jersey and Philadelphia area.
"They are a hard-core gang. Period. Small but mighty."


The PMC, founded in Maryland in 1959, was back in the news last week at the Jersey Shore for the usual reasons: accusations of drug dealing, murder plots, and an old, familiar problem that's plagued the group for decades: undercover agents and confidential informants recording them.
"It's insane," DeGregorio said. "It always happens. There ain't a cop in the world that didn't bust a case without someone on the inside. The thing that makes a good detective is a good snitch."

DeGregorio spent time in prison for shooting a bodyguard for late Philadelphia mob boss Phil "Chicken Man" Testa. He has also testified against PMC members. Now he lives in Florida.

The Pagans' latest brush with the law involves an unlikely accomplice, Dr. James Kauffman, an endocrinologist accused of running a vast, prescription-drug ring out of his Egg Harbor Township office with the club's help. Authorities say Kauffman, with the Pagans' aid, arranged the murder of his wife, April, in May 2012, out of fear she would expose the enterprise.

Those same Pagans who helped Kauffman, authorities said, plotted to kill him in the Atlantic County jail after he was arrested on weapons charges this past June. The top Pagan implicated in the Kauffman case, Ferdinand "Freddy" Augello, cuts a clean appearance, at least on Facebook, where many Pagans flaunt their affiliations. There are no pictures of motorcycles, or Augello wearing the Pagans' "colors," the patches they wear on denim vests with an image of the Norse god Surtr sewn on.

Ferdinand Augello makes his first court appearance at the Atlantic County Courthouse, via video from jail on January 11, 2018. he is charged as being a co-conspirator with James Kauffman in the murder of Kauffman’s wife in 2012.
Augello, 61, looks like a guitar-loving grandpop and his band, Who Dat, and graphic-artist business were well-known at the Jersey Shore. Authorities say Augello was the president of the Pagans' Cape May County chapter, however, and in one Facebook post from 2014, he thanks his "PMC Brothers" for coming to a show at the Last Chance Saloon, an infamous biker hangout in Chesilhurst, Camden County.
In 2013, a member of the Warlocks Motorcycle Club, another outlaw motorcycle gang from the area, was killed in the parking lot of that bar.

Augello made his first appearance, via video monitor, in Atlantic County Superior Court on Thursday, with what appears to be a "1 percent" tattoo visible on his forearm. Augello is charged with murder in connection with the death of April Kauffman and with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with an attempt to kill James Kauffman inside the Atlantic County jail in the last three months, according to court documents and affidavits.
Authorities said Augello, of the Petersburg section of Upper Township, tried to find a Pagan to kill April Kauffman and ultimately hired Francis Mullholland to carry out the murder, and paid him $20,000. Mullholland allegedly shot Kauffman twice on May 10, 2012, killing her.
Augello's attorney, public defender Scott Sherwood, could not be reached for comment Friday.
Mullholland, of Lower Township, died in October 2013 of a drug overdose.

An alleged accomplice in the drug enterprise, Paul Pagano, also made a first appearance Thursday. A law enforcement source in Atlantic County familiar with both the Kauffman case and the Pagans said Pagano was a high-ranking member of the club.
Though the Pagans have always been known as a Philly club, the group has maintained a strong presence at the Shore for decades
'When I first joined, I had to go there a lot," said David "RC" Winkler, a former ranking Pagan now living in Delaware County. "It's never been a gigantic thing, but that area has always been maintained."
In recent years, authorities said, the Pagans numbered in the "hundreds" across the country. DeGregorio said he recently attended the funeral for a longtime Pagan, Walter "Buckets" Jozwiak ,in Delaware and said there were hundreds there.
The law enforcement source said many Pagans moved south from Atlantic County to Cape May County, particularly Middle Township, in recent years though an Absecon bar remains a popular hangout. Middle Township police did not return requests for comment.
The annual Roar to the Shore biker rally takes place each September in Wildwood, where the Pagans traditionally take over an entire hotel and post guards on every corner. The rally usually passes without incident, though in 2010, thanks to a 21-month investigation and an undercover agent, the feds accused 17 members from New York, New Jersey, and Delaware of plotting during the Roar to the Shore to kill their biggest rivals, the Hells Angels, with grenades.

"People shouldn't talk about their crimes," Winkler, 54, said. "When you talk, you get caught."

In 2015, there was an incident between the Pagans and members of the Wheels of Soul motorcycle club at the rally. One Wheels of Soul member was arrested for possession of a handgun and brass knuckles.

DeGregorio, the former high-ranking member, said he used to live in Cape May County and recruited a lot of Pagans from there.
"There's a lot of woods down there. Lots of backwoods clammers and rednecks and pineys," he said.
Both DeGregorio and Winkler were surprised the club got involved with a doctor, though a similar scheme played out in Pennsylvania recently, and neither was surprised to hear that Augello wanted James Kauffman dead.
"He's a loose end," DeGregorio said.
Kauffman, according to the law enforcement source, did not pay the full amount for the alleged hit on his wife, further rankling the Pagans. Kauffman, the source said, had become increasingly paranoid.
James Kauffman likely first met Augello and other Pagans, the source said, through his wife, a local radio host who was a supporter of veterans' issues. Kimberly Pack, April Kauffman's daughter, said the only bikers she'd seen at her mother's events were the Legion riders, a group affiliated with the American Legion.
A spokeswoman for the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office said she had no information about how James Kauffman first met the Pagans.
For one old-school biker, a dead, innocent woman seemed too far, even for a Pagan.

"It's a sad state of affairs to see people getting jammed up in these type of situations," Winkler said.
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Re: Pagans Motorcycle Club

Post by Tommy » Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:45 pm

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Re: Pagans Motorcycle Club

Post by Jaxy » Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:48 pm

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Re: Pagans Motorcycle Club

Post by King G » Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:55 pm

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Re: Pagans Motorcycle Club

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Post by Dreams & Nightmares » Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:28 am

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