Hells Angels Arrested After Attending A California Christmas Toy Drive

Patrick Frye - Author

Dec. 15 2014, Updated 6:27 p.m. ET

Police in Ventura County had several Hells Angels arrested after attending a Christmas toy drive, charging them with crimes related to drugs, guns, and possession of a weapon.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, multiple Hells Angels’ shooting incidents, drug deals, and gang wars resulted in the biker club members being arrested on a global scale. Several Hells Angels members are suing the government for blowing up their club house.

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The Hells Angels motorcycle club in California is apparently fairly generous during the holidays leading up to Christmas. For the Hells Angels in Fresno, the toy run is actually a longtime tradition where the biker gang has donated bikes and toys to needy children in the area. This year alone the local chapter of the Hells Angels gave away 30 bikes and more than 500 toys.

Further south in Ventura County, four Hells Angels members were attending a Christmas toy drive on Sunday at the Deer Lodge in Meiners Oaks. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office released a report that says about a dozen Hells Angels bikers were spotted by deputies violating traffic laws as they headed south on Highway 33 toward N. Ventura Avenue in Mira Monte. Police pulled over all of the men involved and they had four Hells Angels arrested for a variety of crimes.

According to Thousand Oaks Acorn, Noah Tedesco was arrested on suspicion of possession of meth while in possession of a firearm and for illegally possessing a firearm. John Saucedo was arrested on suspicion of carrying a loaded firearm. Thomas Holt was arrested on suspicion of possessing a weapon described as “brass knuckles.” Both Tedesco and Stefan Amann were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

No further details were released by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office about what the Hells Angels were doing at the Christmas toy drive. All four men were booked at the pre-trial detention facility in Ventura County.


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