One Port St. Lucie person was billed Sunday for his alleged involvement in beating two Escambia citizens in the parking large amount of a Century company.

James Dixon, a member of The Outlaws Bike Club, was arrested Sunday night after he was recognized as just one of numerous attackers that on Might 7 allegedly broke a man’s arm and nasal cavity and wounded a girl who experimented with to intervene.

According to an arrest report, an Escambia County Sheriff’s Office deputy considered footage that showed the sufferer currently being followed outside a company by “at minimum 7 other individuals” who ended up “putting on insignia constant with the legal outlaw motorcycle gangs to include things like the Southern Saints and Outlaws.”

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There is also a next target who attempted to shield the initially target from getting injured even further.

“(She) said that she ran outdoors to help and she jumped in to attempt and guard (male target),” the deputy notes in the police report. “(She) stated she was hoping to defend (him) from currently being injured more, she was punched, kicked and drug throughout the ground as properly.”

She recognized John Percy Johnson as 1 of the users concerned in the assault, and she advised authorities that she’s acknowledged Johnson for more than 10 a long time.

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Johnson was arrested June 10 for aggravated battery.

The male victim informed deputies on May well 10 that his arm and nasal cavities were being broken and have to see a professional about shedding emotion in his lessen back again and left leg, according to the report.

“Dixon can be evidently seen in the video rush (male sufferer) following a further unique knock him to the floor and starts kicking and hitting him,” the report pointed out. “As Dixon is dashing to (him) he is keeping what appears to be a modest semiautomatic pistol and pointing it at (him) as he is being kicked and punched.”

The target informed authorities that the male with the gun advised him that “if you discuss to the police, we will get rid of you.”

Along with Dixon and Johnson, ECSO arrested 31-calendar year-previous Bradley Scott Griener, 44-year-aged Brody Coach, 54-yr-old Robert Dean and 31-yr-previous Preston Perry for aggravated battery.

A seventh suspect, Steven Arnold, is currently wished for aggravated batter with a lethal weapon, aggravated battery triggering bodily damage and aggravated assault with a lethal weapon.

Dixon was charged with felony aggravated battery, felony obstructing justice, aggravated assault with a fatal weapon and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

He is at present in Escambia County Jail with a $275,000 bond.

Benjamin Johnson can be achieved at [email protected] or 850-435-8578

This report initially appeared on Pensacola Information Journal: Outlaws Motorcycle Club associates assault Century male outside organization