The following is a list of recent incidents involving motorcycle clubs:
— Feb. 23. One man was killed and 10 others injured in a fight between members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club and a rival gang, the Pagans, at the Hellraiser Ball, an indoor motorcycle and tattoo expo in Plainview, N.Y. Authorities said the fight was over turf tensions.
— Oct. 27, 2001. A motorcycle swap meet at the Orange County, Calif., Fairgrounds was canceled after a brawl broke out between members of the Hells Angels, Vagos and Mongols. One man was arrested and four others wounded. Witnesses said gang members fought with gas tanks, shock absorbers and handlebars.
— May 21, 2000. More than 30 alleged members of the Mongols motorcycle gang were arrested and charged with extortion, arson, weapons violations, drug dealing and murder in a nationwide sweep by federal authorities. The arrests followed a two-year federal investigation.
— March 3, 1997. Riverside, Calif., authorities arrest 32 members of the Hells Angels, Hessians, Vagos and Mongols who allegedly worked together to commit insurance fraud. Authorities allege the groups made $4 million by selling Harley-Davidson motorcycles overseas after filing false police theft reports and insurance claims.