Wednesday, July 3, 2024

Alleged Vagos MC leaders arrested in raid

Bakersfield, California, USA (July 3, 2024) - The alleged president and sergeant at arms of the Antelope Valley chapter of the Vagos Motorcycle Club have been arrested on suspicion of multiple weapons offenses. John Anderson, the alleged president, and Ulisses Navarette, the alleged sergeant of arms, were arrested this week.

According to sheriff’s officials, deputies on June 14, 2024 received reports of Vagos MC members harassing customers at a business in Tehachapi. Deputies searched Navarette’s home and allegedly located several Vagos MC jackets, one with a loaded gun in a pocket. Investigators allegedly found another gun hidden in a motorcycle, a fully automatic machine gun and a 40mm launcher.

One of the jackets had a MC patch identifying Navarette as the clubs sergeant of arms. Anderson was arrested at home in Rosamond. Navarette is scheduled for a court hearing Friday in Mojave. Anderson is due in court Monday.