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Motorcycle Gang?  Invades Colleyville


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Monday, November 05, 2001


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November 30th
Colleyville City Park
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Local residents have been startled by a roving gang of motorcycle riders in the Colleyville area.  Primarily riding the well-known Harley Davidson cycle, the group has been showing up at Ruby's on Hwy 26 in Colleyville, every Thursday night around 5:30 PM.

While there was no comment from the Ruby's management, rumor has it that the bar sales increase substantially on Thursdays.

LNO sent a photographer undercover to obtain photographs revealing the actual identifies of the gang.


This rough looking crowd was photographed at Ruby's Thursday November 1st.


(left to right) Eric Newton, Southlake, Chris Childs, Bedford, Scott Coolbaugh, Colleyville, Clay Witcher, Colleyville, Ken Green, Colleyville, Tim Ryon N. Richland Hills, Mark Cook, Colleyville and Dean Owens, Colleyville


Dean Owens guards the door at Ruby's allegedly to watch for any rival gangs from Highland Park

 

The group number varies according to those members that are married and if their spouses will let them come out to play.


Scott Coolbaugh is one of the more intimidating members, however LNO learned Ken Green, the so-called mild-mannered CPA, is the ring leader.


Not a spec of dirt on the cycles, many with added features such as this eagle.

It was learned the group numbers an average of 10, however as many as 18 have appeared to ride off together at one time.  The group takes week-day short road trips to towns like Granbury and Weatherford and have been know to scare small children and cause frighten chickens to lay double yolk eggs.


Looking very fashionable the gang met early to compare leather accessories.


The only member allowed to arrive late was the obvious God-Father of the gang, Gary Green


The gang roars off into the Colleyville night.

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