suspicion of possessing ten pounds of methamphetamine.

The Warlocks Motorcycle Club was founded in 1967 in Florida, United States by ex-US naval servicemen serving on the aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. This stance on a white only membership appears to be an area of strong pride of the club. Warlocks Motorcycle Club are, and have always been, a “whites only” outlaw motorcycle club. The sting was dubbed "Operation Underground". Simon later said he shot Sergeant Gonzalez because he did not want to return to prison. There is also a Warlocks Motorcycle Club who were founded in Florida, they are not related to the club mentioned in this article. The Warlocks Motorcycle Club is a "one-percenter" outlaw motorcycle club that was formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in February 1967 according to the US Patent and Trademark registration US Patent and Trademark registration.

At the time of the shooting Robert Simon had only been on parole for 11 weeks. 11 weeks after receiving parole he murdered a police officer and received the death sentence. 1995 – May, 1995. The club's insignia is a Harpy, which in Greek and Roman mythology, was a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. It is a "One Percenter motorcycle club" with chapters in various parts of the United States, Canada, UK and Germany. In 1982 he is sentenced to 10-20 years. Established by Tom "Grub" Freeland , an ex-US Navy veteran in Orlando, Florida, in 1967. The Warlocks Motorcycle Club patch is a harpy. It is a "One Percenter motorcycle club" with chapters in various parts of the United States, Canada, UK and Germany. Warlocks MC is a one percenter motorcycle club founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1967. Multiple members of the Warlocks had been attacked in a bar by members of The Breed MC, so they decided to take revenge. The club is most prominent in the Philadelphia and Delaware County area, but they have territory all throughout the Delaware Valley (i.e. See Warlocks MC (Florida) for more information. See. Simon shot Gonzalez twice, in the head and neck, and Gonzalez died instantly. The Warlocks Motorcycle Club is a "one-percenter" outlaw motorcycle club that was formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in February 1967 according to the US Patent and Trademark registration US Patent and Trademark registration. He was then murdered in 1999 by an inmate while waiting on death row. There appears to have been some divide within the club in recent years, with the Chester chapter identifying themselves as the “Original Warlocks”. [6], In 2006, Tommy Zaroff, born about 1972 (age 47–48), a former President of the Bucks County chapter of the Warlocks was arrested on suspicion of possessing ten pounds of methamphetamine, and was sentenced to at least five years after pleading guilty to charges including distributing a controlled substance, profiting from illegal acts and conspiracy. Ippolito Gonzalez of the Franklin Township police department just outside the Gloucester County police station. He added that the investigation is continuing and he expects more arrests.

Robert Simon was a member of the Upper Darby teen gang called the Warlords that merged with a group from Darby to create the Warlocks. Daniel “Dirty Dick” McElheney has his house raided by law enforcement. There were no Warlocks arrested or charged at the time of this press release. The Warlocks have chapters focussed around the Philadelphia area where they were first founded. The Warlocks were investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in 1991, after Stephen Martin, an undercover agent, infiltrated the club, and several members were arrested and released. The Warlocks Motorcycle Club was founded in 1967 in Florida, United States by ex-US naval servicemen serving on the aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. Robert Simon was a member of the Upper Darby teen gang called the Warlords that merged with a group from Darby to create the Warlocks. Police seized six rifles, ten handguns and various illegal drugs. There is also a Warlocks Motorcycle Club who were founded in Florida, they are not related to the club mentioned in this article. There are some individuals who identify themselves as Harpy patched Warlocks (founded in Philadelphia), but who are operating in the Florida area. They have eleven chapters in Florida, seven in South Carolina, five in Virginia, four in West Virginia, two in Georgia, one in Tennessee, two in Ohio, one in Minnesota, one in New York, three in Canada, three in England, and two in Germany. They have chapters down the East Coast of the USA, as well as internationally in countries including Canada, England and Germany. In the raid they find 6 rifles, 10 pistols, 62 xanax tablets and 17 oxy pills.

Their colors are Red and White. Warlocks captured The Breed Chapter President Craig “Coyote” Gudkneckt and took him to the home of one of the Warlocks members. Warlocks MC History. Simon was quickly apprehended, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to death. For the Warlocks Motorcycle Club based primarily in the, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Articles about Warlocks by Orlando Sentinel newspaper, Members of Warlocks outlaw motorcycle gang arrested in Drayton Valley, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Warlocks_Motorcycle_Club_(Florida)&oldid=977382086, Articles needing additional references from May 2015, All articles needing additional references, Pages using infobox organization with unknown parameters, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, To find us, you must be good; to catch us, you must be fast; to beat us, you must be kidding, United States, Canada, Germany, UK (41 chapters total), This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 14:18.

It was the first official 1% outlaw motorcycle club founded in Pennsylvania. There are also several Nomads who live and work in states that don't have Warlocks chapters.