Bar Brawl Brings Down Heat on Police Biker Clubs

A police chief, a county sheriff's sergeant, a police officer…

A police chief, a county sheriff’s sergeant, a police officer and a paramedic walk into a bar. What happened after that was no joke, at least prosecutors in Prescott, AZ aren’t laughing.

An increasing number of police officers are forming motorcycle clubs, and hundreds now exist nationwide, according to experts on motorcycle gangs. Gang investigators fear that such clubs, some of which have the trappings of outlaw biker groups, can hurt the credibility of law enforcement and undermine criminal cases brought against traditional gangs.

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