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Posted: Monday, September 9, 2013 7:25 pm | Updated: 6:30 am, Tue Sep 10, 2013.

The local head of a national motorcycle gang was arrested Friday on charges of assault.

According to the Santa Fe Police Department, Lucas Miller, 29, 2927 Alamosa Drive, is the president of the Santa Fe’s chapter of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, a group the FBI has deemed an “Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.”

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  • Mark Ordonez posted at 8:29 am on Tue, Sep 10, 2013.

    marcoordonez Posts: 659

    "In Santa Fe, former police officer Ben Chavarria resigned from the force following an internal investigation after he served as a pallbearer at a funeral for a member of the Bandidos. Chavarria denied any involvement with the gang."

    STILL dragging this guy unnecessarily through the mud, pathetic "journalism" Chris. He was an upstanding officer, family man, current board president of the Guadalupe Credit Union.

    That's some foul writing Chris. Why don't you do your job better and find out what happened with this....
    "Because of that claim, Chavarria said, he has filed a federal U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint against Rael, charging racial discrimination. “This is an unfair administration that unfairly targets certain individuals,” Chavarria said."

     

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