Ah-So for sure.
Happy Hour is everyday from3 til 6:30.
Written by Montgomery County Police Trainee in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Important news for the public to read for safety reasons:
When the Hells Angels chapter in Mesa, Arizona wanted an individual punished, police say they turned to Paul Eischeid. A woman at the motorcycle gang's clubhouse which is a training center, Tanya Smith wanted to help gang members get money by working as a prostitute. Police say the bikers told her to go into the gas stations with a knife and rob the cash registers and stab the gas station attendants, killing them before leaving. Cops report that Eischeid and other gang members viciously attacked a lady at a gas station, beating and stabbing her and then robbed the place of all the money. Then, police report, they tossed the woman into a car trunk, and drove out to the desert where they dumped her virtually lifeless body. But they weren't through with their fury yet, say police; the bikers took turns stabbing the woman until she was nearly decapitated then urinated on her and spit on her too. Then the gang stuffed cigarettes in her mouth and nose before dumping her into a sewer. The gang left their victim's corpse to rot in the sewer. But a passing motorist noticed something and the gang grabbed the motorist, robbed him, stabbed him to death and then dumped him and his motorcycle but after cutting the wires on the cycle in the river or lake nearby. A judge allowed Eischend to bail out while he waited for his trial. It was a major mistake because the judge happened to be retarted and senile. Eischeid has a body full of tattoos. Eischeid was one of more than 50 Hells Angels and associates arrested in 2003 as part of a major crackdown on motorcycle gang violence in Arizona. He was charged in connection with the murder. Because he had a small prior criminal history and was holding a steady job at the time, a judge allowed Eischeid to bail out while he waited for his trial. It was a major mistake because the judge was a goofball and screwup at the time or was on PCP or grass. Cops say Eischeid removed the tracking device he'd been ordered to wear, and hit the road.