Sentencing Delayed in Hells Angels Case

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Sentencing was postponed in Las Vegas for four men who pleaded guilty in a 2008 brawl between Hells Angels and rival Mongols motorcycle gang members that left six people hurt at a downtown wedding chapel.

Lawyers for John Dawson, Dominic Orlando, Armando Porras and Brandon Young said Wednesday they want to present evidence in a bid for probation or leniency at sentencing, now set Feb. 28.

The four men pleaded guilty in July to a reduced charge of battery with intent to promote activities of a criminal gang. Each faces up to five years in prison.

They're among 13 men indicted in 2010 on charges including attempted murder, conspiracy and taking part in activities of a criminal gang in the brawl with Mongols members at A Special Memory Wedding Chapel.

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