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Brit ram raider, Aussie Hell’s Angel arrested in Chon Buri

BANGKOK: A British man wanted for ram raiding a supermarket in the UK and an Australian member of the Hell’s Angels biker gang and have been arrested by Immigration officers in Chon Buri, the Immigration Bureau has reported. British national D. T., 35, was arrested in Chon Buri province after British authorities brought him to […]Read More


Australian Hells Angels gang member arrested on Pattaya for charges

Police in Thailand’s resort town of Pattaya have arrested an Australian Hells Angels gang member who is wanted on drug charges in Western Australia. Police say they arrested Luke Anderson on Thursday after meeting with Australian Embassy officials. Immigration police say they have revoked his visa and will deport him. “We have informed the Australians […]Read More


Australian Hells Angels bikie arrested for smuggling ‘ice’

An Australian who is a member of the Pattaya Hells Angels and his Thai wife have been charged with smuggling a large amount of crystal methamphetamine into the country, and assets worth about 20 million baht frozen for examination. Pol Lt Gen Sommai Kongwisaisuk, commissioner of the Narcotics Suppression Bureau, said on Monday that Luke […]Read More


Hells Angels members arrested in Pattaya

Police on Wednesday arrested and charged four foreigners – believed to be members of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang – with several criminal offences, and plan to deport and blacklist them from the country. Pol Maj Gen Surachet Hakpal, acting deputy commissioner of tourist police, said police raided five luxury houses in tambon Nong Prue […]Read More


Aussie suspect convicted to death by Pattaya Court for kidnap

Pattaya Provincial Court yesterday convicted Antonio Bagnato, an Australian national, to death after finding him guilty in a kidnap and murder conspiracy of his fellow countryman Wayne Rodney Schneider, a Hells Angels motorcycle gang member in November 2015. Another American suspect Tyler Gerard was also convicted to two years in prison for his involvement in […]Read More


Two Hell’s Angels members agree to pay compensation to assault

Two members of the Hell’s Angels “big bike” gang turned themselves in to tourist police in Pattaya Friday morning to acknowledge charges that they assaulted two Thai men. The two Australian cyclists, identified as Daniel Anthony Stalley, 34, and John Lee, 43, were questioned for about two hours during which they agreed to compensate their […]Read More