Police: Professor Led Meth Ring, Motorcycle Gang
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — A professor at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) is wanted on suspicion of being the ringleader of a circle of methamphetamine dealers and the president of the Devils Diciples, a motorcycle gang.
Stephen Kinzey’s girlfriend, Holly Robinson, was arrested at Kinzey’s home along with a half dozen members of the motorcycle gang who were picking up their share of a delivery of methamphetamine, The New York Times reports. Police say Kinzey is on the run.
Police found several weapons in Kinzey’s home, including a shotgun, two rifles, two handguns and brass knuckles.
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