About a year ago, a trial date was set for seven alleged members of the Hells Angels in the Las Vegas highway shooting that officials said injured a rival Vagos motorcycle gang member.
Clark County District Court Judge Tierra Jones said Monday, the trial is scheduled for May 28, 2024. There is only one day left until the second anniversary of the shooting incident.
A judge last week reduced the number of indictments against defendants, including Hells Angels Las Vegas president Richard DeVries, from 39 to 17. She decided they would not be charged with extortion or gang charges.
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Men alleged to be members or associates of DeVries and the Hell’s Angels (Russell Smith, Stephen Arro, Cameron Treich, Taylor Rodriguez, Aaron Chun, Ryan Morasgo) have been accused of attempted murder, conspiracy to murder, assault, He pleaded not guilty to all charges, including assault. weapons. The men remain released on bail. Each could face up to 40 years in prison if convicted of attempted murder with a weapon.
There were no fatalities, but seven people were killed in a shooting among motorcycle passengers on Interstate 11 in Henderson after Memorial Day weekend ceremonies at the Veterans Cemetery in Boulder City. was treated in hospital for injuries, police said.