Biker War EXPLODES With Execution In Florida As ‘Outlaws’ Challenge ‘Kingsmen’ & Other Gangs For Supremacy *VIDEO*

EESBURG — Motorcyclist David “Gutter” Donovan, in town for the Leesburg Bikefest, went to a Circle K gas station to buy cigarettes, but when he walked out, he had a knife to his throat, arrest reports released Wednesday show.

Outlaws Motorcycle Club members forced him to kneel down and shot Donovan several times in the back April 29 after he refused to take off his Kingsmen Motorcycle Club jacket, the report said. Donovan, 41, died two weeks later.

“The ‘Outlaws’ had been challenging several motorcycle clubs throughout Florida to either join their ranks or submit to their authority,” according to a report that sheds light on the shooting.

In what police called a coordinated attack, a group of about 15 Outlaws members spread out “at strategic points” at the Circle K at 3300 W. Main St., about 3 miles from where Bikefest was taking place in downtown Leesburg. Then they told several Kingsmen to strip off their “cut,” meaning their cutoff vests and club insignias, the report says.

Two suspects were arrested last week in a multi-agency operation. Marc “Knott Head” Knotts, 48, and Jesus Alberto Marrero, 35, were charged with conspiracy to commit murder and kidnapping. Two other suspects, identified as Gregory “Stinky” Umphress, 32, and Miquel Angel Torres, 37, remain at large.

Police also are looking for the shooter, who has not been identified.

“The investigation is ongoing, and updates will be provided when and if they become available,” Leesburg Police Lt. Joe Iozzi said.

Members of the two clubs immediately recognized one another at the Circle K that Saturday night, according to police interviews with Kingsmen. The bikers told police they didn’t feel in danger because they weren’t affiliated with any of the Outlaws’ rivals and went inside Circle K to buy cigarettes.

The Outlaws then gathered briefly in a circle before spreading out “in what appeared to be an orchestrated and deliberate manner to secure the perimeter,” sending a small group after the Kingsmen inside Circle K, according to investigators’ review of surveillance footage.

Police said Outlaws members told Kingsmen members to surrender their insignias, put a knife to Donovan’s throat and directed him to the outside corner of the business below a mounted security camera.

It is a spot that police think was “preselected” by the Outlaws to conceal the incident.

When Donovan refused to take off his jacket, citing club loyalty, Knotts told the Outlaws to “shoot that mother-[expletive],” the report said.

The other Kingsmen ran inside the convenience store and hid behind a shelf, telling the store clerk to call 911, the report said. One member told police he opened the door and shot in the direction of the Outlaws, leaving Knotts with a bullet wound in the shoulder and thigh. Another bullet was prevented from penetrating his lower back because Kevlar was attached to his riding vest.

In a review of the surveillance footage, police said Outlaws appeared to be unhurried while escaping on their motorcycles.

“Some members remained in place in what is perceived as a measure of security of high-ranking members making their escape,” the report said.

Knotts was found lying beside his Harley-Davidson with a .22-caliber pistol, 110 feet from Donovan. He was flown to a hospital and later recovered from his wounds.

Knotts was arrested May 17 outside the Outlaws’ clubhouse in Ocala. A Leesburg detective met with Knotts at the perimeter of the clubhouse, which is fortified with walls and surveillance cameras, Iozzi said.

He asked the detective for “10 minutes to make a phone call, put boots on,” and soon after surrendered himself, Iozzi said.

Kingsmen told police they were aware of an Outlaws decree that all clubs either join them or disband but “wrongly believed that they would be able to escape this movement.”

Transcripts of the 911 calls and the store’s surveillance video cannot be released because the investigation is continuing, police said.

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SPRING HILL – A funeral procession turned violent this evening,

after witnesses say a man and his son were violently attacked at a local shopping plaza.

According to one of the victims, Richard Johnson, he and his son, Samuel Johnson, just left the Walmart on US-19, when they observed several sport bikers driving recklessly eastbound on County Line Road.

Richard says one of the bikers kicked the side of a small brown car and then began to harass him. At one point, one of the bikers pulled in front of Richard’s truck, causing him to bump the rear tire of the bike. That’s when the bikers began chasing Richard all the way to the Publix Supermarket at Seven Hills, located at Mariner Blvd and County Line Road.

One witness, “Carly” says she saw between 10 and 20 bikes speeding around the parking lot, trying to block the pickup truck from leaving. Another witness, Montana Mills, says he saw several bikers hanging off the truck, “beating the driver senseless.” At one point, Mills says some of the bikers were armed with knives, what appeared to be a pickaxe, and that they were damaging the victim’s truck. Mills talked to at least one of the bikers who told him that Richard tried to run them off the road. But Mills says “that’s no excuse for 16 bikers to attack one man.”

Samuel says he was also punched a few times but that he was uninjured.

Richard suffered a black eye, a cut to the head, and even had scratch marks on his neck from where one of the suspects allegedly tried to strangle him.

All of the bikers fled the scene prior to the arrival of law enforcement but it is believed that they are in the area of Merritt Funeral Home in Brooksville, however, that has not been confirmed.

Richard and Samuel both refused medical treatment.

The incident remains under investigation.


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Fake homeless woman caught red handed and arrested with felony charges

A despicable woman was caught posing as a homeless woman begging for handouts at an intersection near a McDonald’s parking lot in Richomnd, Virginia. She had been seen scamming drivers all over Richmond and one man was tired of it.

The man behind the camera had seen her before begging for money before driving off in a brand new 2016 Fiat 500X Easy.

In the video below he confronts her and asks what she’s doing. Her cardboard sign says that she’s homeless, but she quickly changes her story and claims to be disabled. She declined to comment on the nature of her disability, but it clearly isn’t physical as she has no problem jogging up and down the road to pester drivers for spare change. When people refused, she would often become aggressive and scream obscenities at them.

The fraud walks up to a McDonald’s drive through window to ask for help, but the man with a camera persists with his questions until she threatens to kill him.

The video below went viral almost immediately and viewers througout the Richmond area immediately recognized the woman. “I’ve been complaining about this woman for months!” writes one viewer. “I salute you for exposing this scumbag! I pass by her pretty much every day at glenside and broad street. I’ve seen her drive a green Nissan xterra SUV down to the Intersection with her dog in the car begging for money. Good job!”

According to Maryland’s MVA records, her Fiat was purchased new and she appears to be the original owner.

UPDATE: The woman was arrested yesterday, May 22, for creating a “disorderly situation” and throwing Gatorade bottles at moving cars near the corner of West Broad Street and Gaskins Road.

Henrico Police Lt. Richard Cosby released the following statement:

Upon arrival the officers located the female complainant in the parking lot near the IHOP restaurant. The complainant advised officers that while standing in the median, several people began harassing her and videotaping her. While speaking with the complainant, the officers were approached by another woman who told officers that the subject they were talking with had thrown items at their cars while in the parking lot, and that the incident had been videotaped, which was subsequently shared with the officers.”

The woman has been identified by police as 40-year-old Micha Leigh Dominguez. She has been arrested and charged with three felony counts of “throwing a missile at a moving vehicle,” a violation of Virginia Statute 18.2-154.



When you think about stunts, unless you go back to the days of Evel Knievel, Harley Davidsons aren’t exactly the rides that come to mind for most of us, but don’t tell this guy that. John Shope was working on a project in his shop when he got a text reminding him about a ride he was supposed to lead.

Obviously, John didn’t want to miss out, so he threw on his helmet and jumped on his Harley Bagger and stormed toward his destination in the most enjoyable way possible.

With the torque from his Harley engine available at the twist of his wrist, Shope puts on a show on his way to the ride, popping wheelies, spinning the rear tire and slinging dirt along the way. He hit the road with a nice little drift right outside the shop before hammering down the road with the big V-Twin rumbling into the distance. From there, he takes a shortcut through an aqueduct, rocking up and down the banked sides and blowing through a wall of flame as his passes through.

After traversing the aqueduct, John heads up to a dirt road, slinging a rooster tail of dust high in the air as he drifts along the dusty trail, showing his amazing control of the massive bike. He then heads back to more standard travel thoroughfares, hitting the roadway and letting the Bagger eat, popping a couple of wheelies as the MPH climbs to what looks to be triple digit speeds. Whipping around a corner in the road, John stands the bike on its rear wheel and walks out a long wheel stand before sitting the front end back down.

From there, it’s a short run down the highway to the rendezvous with the rest of the riders, where John joins a gorgeous blonde on a custom Bagger and the whole crew heads out on their ride.




Officers responded to a call of a shooting at a Shell gas station at 3502 Adams St. in Riverside shortly before 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

A gas station employee, who made the 911 call, said the gunfire took place directly in front of gas pumps, Riverside police said.

According to authorities, five motorcyclists who appeared to be part of the hells angels gang were passing through town and stopped at the gas station to fuel their motorcycles.

Suddenly, a silver four-door sedan pulled up, a passenger got out and started shooting at the group.

Two people were hit. One motorcyclist was grazed by a bullet that hit his helmet. Authorities said he will be OK.

A second motorcyclist was also struck by gunfire. Emergency crews from the Riverside Fire Department provided immediate medical aid and transported the victim to the Riverside Community Hospital, where he later died from his injuries, police said.

The coroner’s office later identified him as James Duty, 31, of Orange.

After the shooting, the suspect got back in the passenger side of the sedan and the car fled westbound on the 91 Freeway.

Police are still trying to figure out why the gunman opened fire. Police do not have a description of the shooter.

“Right now, we don’t know what the motive is. We are confident that these five had some type of affiliation with the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, but we’re looking into where they were at. Was there some type of problem earlier? We don’t know that yet,” said Officer Ryan Railsback with Riverside police.

Investigators have collected surveillance video from the gas station but have yet to release the footage to the public.

Detectives from the Robbery-Homicide Unit and the Gang Intelligence Unit were investigating the incident.



$1 Million; 1,000 HP “Vicious” 1965 Ford Mustang with Twin Turbos & A Supercharger!

Apart from being a top-notch comedian and a host all of his life to us car enthusiasts Jay Leno is something more, since he is one of the biggest car-lovers in Hollywood and he proved that with his show called Leno’s Garage.
This show started by featuring the huge number of cars that he possesses in his garage making sure that the audience gets a look at every single important detail of his bellowed automobiles.
After he “ran out of cars” from his garage he decided to feature truly special cars that have been built and owned by other car enthusiasts.
Just like with his cars, he always made sure that the car he is featuring is interesting and special in its way, and the one that he is presenting today is special to say the least, since this first-Generation Ford Mustang is one incredible ride which took the time of Timeless Kustoms more than 10,000 man hours with a price tag of over one million dollars (yes more than $1, 000,000) in order to produce this extreme twin turbo and a supercharger machine.
The incredibly complexed setup of turbo and supercharging took a huge amount of work in order to be perfected but once this baby was spooling up three sets of turbos the result was astonishing, 1,000 horsepower 1965 Mustang is not something you will see every day, so play the video and let Jay take you on a tour of this vicious machine.


New 1,000 HP Camaro named “The Exorcist” because it will send the Dodge Demon back to hell

If you’re a fan of sports cars you’ve probably been subjected to the non-stop hype surrounding the new 808 hp Dodge Challenger Demon.

Hennessey Performance has just announced an all new Camaro sporting 1,000 HP under the hood, and it’s no coincidence they’ve named this Demon-killer “The Exorcist.”

Take a first look at the mean machine in the video below.

The Exorcist Camaro is scheduled to debut at the Houston Auto Show. The Demon won’t be unveiled until the New York International Auto Show later this year.


Meth addict fights 15 cops while masturbating, we’re not joking

This is one of the greatest police reports we’ve ever read.

Back in December, 2013, an Oregon man named Walter Frey began pleasuring himself in public while drinking at a Iggy’s Bar & Grill in Salem. The cops were called, and the story only gets crazier from there.

It all began around 1:00 PM on a Sunday afternoon when Frey called a locksmith, but refused to pay. Frey wandered off to local shopping center after the locksmith called the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies found him at the local bar after the bartender reported a man had exposed his penis and began masturbating. By the time authorities arrived at the bar Frey had moved the show to the restroom.

According to The Huffington Post, Frey admitted to local sheriff’s deputies that he was high on methamphetamine and refused to stop masturbating. Deputies began using their tasers after Frey resisted arrest, but even the high voltage couldn’t stop him from spanking the monkey.

If anything the shocks only made Frey more violent. The first deputy on scene got into a fight with Frey, but could not restrain him. The deputy tried to radio for help, but could not reach dispatch from inside the restaurant. When dispatch could not contact the deputy for an update, backup was sent in force to the bar.

None of the officers were prepared for what happened next.

Frey was still masturbating and the first deputy had given up trying to stop him alone. Police reports show that at least 15 officers were required to subdue Frey who doggedly continued to pleasure himself throughout the scuffle. He was later taken to the hospital for minor injuries sustained during his arrest.

After his arrest Frey told the deputies that he had taken drugs the night before and did not remember anything that happened after Saturday night. Frey was charged with public indecency, resisting arrest, and theft.


Cop Filmed in Bloody Fight With Homeless Man

Parramore, Florida – The State Attorney’s Office this week released officer body-cam footage of a confrontation that turned physical between a 44-year-old homeless man and an Orlando police officer.

Officer James M. Wilson’s more than 3-minute video shows the Aug. 26 arrest of Terre Johnson on Ossie Street in Parramore before it became physical and the officer’s body cam shut off.

Previously released footage taken by a bystander and posted to YouTube shows Wilson wrestling with Johnson. Wilson is on top while Johnson tries to hit the officer, the video showed.

In the body-cam video, Wilson approaches a group of people, including Johnson, who were sitting on the curb and standing in the street.

He tells Johnson that he is on city-owned property and his feet are in the street. The two banter back and forth for a few minutes before Wilson comes closer to the homeless man. Johnson says to Wilson several times to “get out my face.” He then tells Wilson to look up his background.

“It’s gonna tell you to approach with caution and get some [expletive] backup because I love beating up cops,” Johnson said, according to the video.

The video then shows Johnson getting up to walk away, and turning back toward Wilson with his fists balled up. Wilson then takes Johnson to the ground. He tells Johnson to “stop resisting” before the video cuts out because the cord disconnected, according to an Orlando Police spokeswoman.

According to his arrest affidavit, Johnson assaulted Wilson first.

“Officer Wilson responded to Johnson’s resistance and overcame it,” the report said.

OPD also released a written statement that said Johnson hit Wilson first and “continued to hit the cop.”

Wilson suffered “significant injuries and great bodily harm to his mouth, and right eye as well as numerous cuts on his hands and knees.”

Johnson also suffered injuries. In his arrest photo, his head is bandaged and has some blood on it. His blood got on Wilson. Johnson told police he is HIV positive and has hepatitis.

In a statement, Orlando police said the incident is undergoing an internal affairs investigation.

“OPD takes any encounter between our law enforcement officers and our citizens involving the response to resistance seriously,” the statement read. “We are committed to transparency within the police department.”

Police declined to go into further details about the case involving Wilson, who has been with OPD since 2012.