Second man charged over bikie son death
Former bikie brother-in-law Peter Kelly, who was arrested Tuesday, also faces charges relating to an attempted murder after a man was hit by two bullets to the head last Saturday near the Surfside Casino on South Beach, police said.
The 27-year-old v부산 출장ictim, who has not been identified, has been identified only by his initials on a police release this week. He suffered from a brain injury and is at hospital.
Police arrested Kelly and charged him with two counts of attempted murder of a peace officer.
Kelly was being held without bail.
Surfside Casino spokesman Tony O’Donnell issued a statement this week saying Kelly had been a victim of a fight between rival bikies and left the bikie club.
The statement, which said Kelly was a member of the «Voodoo Mafia» who also frequented nightclubs, was published on Tuesday with no further informatiCDC 철도청 카지노on.
Surfside Casino general manager Kevin Taylor said Wednesday the nightclub had not hired an external company to investigate the incident.
«We would not want to be associated with anything that may be a victim,» Taylo카지노커뮤니티r said.