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Member of the Pittsburgh Chapter

Pagans

President of the Pittsburgh Chapter

Pagans Motorcycle Club

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The AG's case includes the prosecution ...

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The AG's case includes the prosecution of Richard Speciale, who was arrested in February and charged with drug trafficking offenses.

Mr. Speciale, a high-ranking member of the Pagans, ruled the gang with brute force, Mr. Frederiksen said, and threats were made against the witness.


On Jan. 29, the day after ...

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On Jan. 29, the day after Richard J. Speciale, 48, was arrested by city police and state agents, a federal judge issued a bench warrant for him at the Allegheny County Jail for violating the terms of his probation.

The warrant will serve as a detainer while his state case proceeds and, because of the seriousness of his prior conviction, will probably send him back to prison for several years after his state court penalty is served.
Mr. Speciale, a member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pagans, will appear for a preliminary hearing in city court on Wednesday on charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver.
The case against him is part of an ongoing state grand jury investigation of drug dealing by the Pagans.
In an affidavit, narcotics agents with the attorney general's office said they supervised a controlled purchase of cocaine on Dec. 7 by an informant from Mr. Speciale at his house on Peoples Road in Ross.
On Jan. 28, Pittsburgh police and state agents detained him after a traffic stop on Evergreen Road, where he was driving with a female passenger.
Immediately after the traffic stop, agents and Ross police executed a search warrant on his house and said they found $146,000 in cash, powder cocaine, electronic surveillance equipment, packaging materials for narcotics and a drug scale.
Mr. Speciale was sentenced in 1998 to 10 years in federal prison following an investigation by Shaler police, the FBI and the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Undercover agents said he sold them cocaine three times in 1997.


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State agents arrested the president of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, Richard Speciale, 28.

After months of top secret surveillance and undercover work, narcotics agents from the Attorney General's office arrested Speciale less than a half mile from his Ross Township home on Jan. 28. Video http://www.wpxi.com/news/22467051/detail.html
As Speciale was driven away, state agents, along with Ross Township police, descended on his house along Peebles Road.
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Speciale is jailed on $500,000 bond. When he was arrested, he was already on federal probation for a cocaine conviction in 1998. If he's convicted, he's likely to go back to federal prison.


The AG's case includes the prosecution ...

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The AG's case includes the prosecution of Richard Speciale, who was arrested in February and charged with drug trafficking offenses.

Speciale, a high-ranking member of the Pagans, ruled the gang with brute force, Frederiksen said, and threats were made against the witness.

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