Pagans Motorcycle Club member leads St. Marys officers on high-speed chase, police say

ST. MARYS, Ga. – A member of what’s been labeled as an outlaw bike team is experiencing a number of prison costs right after law enforcement say he and one more unidentified male led them on a bike chase that started when an officer attempted to pull them around for street racing, according to the St. Marys Police Section.

The incident happened again on July 10, but the police dashcam and entire body digicam movie were being just created community on Monday.

In accordance to the arrest report, soon in advance of 1 a.m., a patrol officer with a K-9 was parked close to the intersection of Freeway 40 and Dandy Avenue when the officer’s pace radar picked up a car or truck coming up from driving that was touring at 112 mph in a 45 mph zone. The report states the officer promptly recognized it was two motorcyclists racing every single other.

The officer notes in the report that both equally bikes were being trying to out-length each and every other.

The officer acquired guiding equally motorcycles with his unexpected emergency lights and siren and notes in the report that both of those motorcyclists accelerated even faster in an endeavor to outrun him. In accordance to the report, the officer was able to manage a visual of the two motorcycles until finally a single of them turned off on Dilworth Road. The officer reported at that level, he could only see just one motorbike that was however traveling east on Osborn Road. The officer closed the length on the eastbound motorcycle with speeds topping 115 mph, the report states.


The chase continued down Osborn Street to West Ashley Road when, according to the arrest report, the motorcyclist manufactured a righthand transform onto Ashley and started to pull away, but vacation recklessly.

The motorcyclist drove to the intersection of Ashley and Wheeler Road wherever, according to the officer, the chase finished when the motorcyclist gave up and surrendered.

The motorcyclist was determined as Daniel Hubbard of Woodstock, Alabama. Hubbard was billed with fleeing and eluding, which is a felony. He was also billed with 4 misdemeanors which include things like:

  • Reckless driving

  • Driving way too quick for specific conditions

  • Road racing

  • Speeding

Hubbard was donning a vest with patches that recognize him as a member of the Pagans Motorcycle Club. A track record test confirms his affiliation with the club, which is regarded a gang by the FBI.

“If any of that goes to jail, you won’t get it back again. Your vest,” an officer says throughout the targeted traffic halt.

“That’s why he’s heading to get in touch with someone,” suggests one more officer.


That any individual he termed was his girlfriend, who is stationed at NAS Jacksonville, and her close friend who is stationed at Mayport. Corporal Stokes, who was associated in the pursuit, is anxious about active responsibility sailors becoming affiliated with a male whose identify just popped up on a national regulation enforcement databases as a accredited gang member.

“I really do not know if you men would be interested, but I was just in a auto pursuit with a Pagan one particular percenter,” Stoakes says in the course of a simply call. “He identified as his girlfriend and a good friend to occur and get the bike and his colors and they are the two Navy staff. Right now they are basically in entrance of my patrol car or truck having his patches and his colours off his again. And he is a verified Pagan by means of NCIC and GCIC.”

The Pagans Motorcycle Club has been determined by the FBI as a biker gang far more than 1,000 customers strong whose territory is the Jap Seaboard. The FBI claims the gang is concerned in violent arranged criminal offense, and according to both the FBI and the Bureau of Alcoholic beverages, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the gang is at war with the Hell’s Angels biker gang.


Hubbard has bonded out of jail. His following court docket date is Aug. 19.

The motorcycle was registered to a close friend whom law enforcement verified permitted Hubbard to use the bike.

Law enforcement have yet to determine the other motorcyclist involved in the chase.

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