Shooters Target New Hell’s Angels Clubhouse in Throggs Neck

By Kevin Deutsch
kdeutsch@bronxjusticenews.com

A Bronx property recently transformed into an official Hell’s Angels clubhouse became a target of gun violence Thursday, fired upon by multiple shooters on motorcycles, authorities said.

More than a dozen bullet casings were found along the perimeter of the Throggs Neck property, a former American Legion post, following the 10:35 p.m. shooting, according to police.

The property sustained damage but no injuries were reported, authorities said.

The controversial motorcycle club, which has historically doubled as a criminal gang involved in numerous illegal rackets and acts of violence, recently relocated its New York City headquarters to the Bronx from the East Village.

No arrests have been announced in connection with the shooting.

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Kevin Deutsch is a Staff Writer for Bronx Justice News covering the criminal justice system, drugs, and DNA use by law enforcement. An award-winning journalist, Deutsch is the author of the true crime books "Pill City" and "The Triangle." He has worked on staff at the Daily News, Miami Herald, Newsday, The Palm Beach Post, and The Riverdale Press. His work has also appeared in Newsweek, Columbia Journalism Review, The New York Times, The Village Voice, The Forward, The Independent, Huffington Post, Orlando Sentinel, and the New York Post, among other publications. His numerous television appearances include spots on CNN, MSNBC, and C-SPAN's BookTV. He has also been featured in The New Yorker. A Bronx resident, Deutsch hosts the true crime podcast "A Dark Turn" on the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network.