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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Pagans Also Face State Charges

Michael Grayson

Floyd Moore

David Barbeito

Four members of the Pagan Motorcycle Club, including the national president, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and kidnapping charges in Kanawha County Circuit Court Thursday.

David Barbeito of Maryland, national vice president Floyd Moore of St. Albans and two more club members from out of state will be tried together. Kanawha County Circuit Judge Jim Stucky set the date for February 22nd.

All four appeared in court together, their hands and feet cuffed, dressed in orange jumpsuits.

Fifty-five members of the Pagans from several states were rounded up earlier this month and charged with federal crimes ranging from racketeering to conspiracy to commit murder.

Of the four in court Thursday, only Michael Grayson, is eligible for parole. His attorney says he plans to file those papers with the circuit court.


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