A man killed in a shootout between rival biker gangs in central Ontario has been identified as Ralph Green, a member of Outlaws Motorcycle Club, a source told Fox News.
“Ralph was an amazing man. He had two beautiful boys that he loved deeply. I cannot tell you how I am going to miss him,” Peter Hoffmann, Green’s partner of two decades, told CTV in Toronto.
After shooting up a casino in Vaughan on Tuesday night, at least one man is dead after more than a dozen people were injured.
Green reportedly had a trial in the past, which was thrown out in 2014. He was one of 11 people arrested in Nova Scotia in 2014 on gun charges, including carrying a loaded, stolen handgun. At the time, Green said he was “outraged.”
Green, his partners, and the five Outlaws motorcyclists who were in the second incident were high-ranking members of the American Outlaws biker gang.
Some Outlaws are caught in a split, with their most dangerous members preferring to be free of any controls and accountability.
Police were searching a Toronto home early Thursday morning.
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