Motorcycle Gang Members Plead Guilty To Racketeering Charges

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An investigation by the FBI in St. Louis and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives in Chicago, has led to the two Chicago men pleading guilty to Federal Racketeering Conspiracy charges in U.S. Federal Court in St. Louis.

Carlyle Fleming, aka “Thundercat,” 33, and Allan Hunter, aka “Dog,” also 33, were indicted by a federal grand jury in June of 2011 following an investigation by federal agents into an alleged 2009 armed robbery and a murder in St. Louis, by members of the Wheels of Soul Outlaw Motorcycle Gang St. Louis Chapter.  That investigation led authorities to Fleming and Hunter for 2 alleged attempted murders in Chicago, distribution of Crack Cocaine in the Chicago area and to authorizing other alleged gang members to kill rival motorcycle club members in East. St. Louis.

Both men face up to 20 years in prison, sentencing is set for May 2012.

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