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Two members of the Hell Angels motorcycle club in Solana County have been prosecuted in the federal courtroom in Sacramento, pleaded not guilty to weapons charges and are awaiting new trials in the coming weeks, according to The Reporter.

Dennis Kilau, 51, of Vacaville, accused last month by a federal grand jury, is accused of being a criminal in possession of two different types of firearms.

And in a separate case, 51-year-old Jaime Alvarez of Vallejo was also accused of being a criminal in possession of firearms.

On June 1, Kilau made a statement on the indictment, and he was to hold a status conference at 9 a.m. Aug. 1 before Chief District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller, according to information from the Eastern District of California by the US Department of Justice. He remains in the Sacramento County Jail in Sacramento without bail.

Alvarez was convicted on May 31, and he was scheduled to hold a conference as of 9:30 a.m. on July 21 before District Judge Troy L. Nanley. On June 1, Alvarez was released on $ 200,000 bail, according to court records.

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An investigation into the brutal beating at the Hell Angels’ Vallejo Club has led to allegations of illegal possession of firearms, said Philip A. Talbert, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of the Department of Justice.

According to court documents, in October 2021, Kilau, Alvarez and other clubs beat two different victims – both of whom were members of another motorcycle club, which is considered a “puppet” (or subordinate) club Hells Angels. members based on alleged violations of Hells Angels rules.

Court documents also revealed that on December 8, 2021, law enforcement officers searched Kilau’s home and found two firearms, including a 9mm Taurus G2C pistol with an erased serial number and a Taurus PT 745 Pro pistol. Kilau has had several convictions for serious crimes, including previous convictions for firearms, which by law prohibit him from possessing any firearms.