Panama City Beach law enforcement arrest suspects in bike thefts

January 9, 2022 Off By [email protected]_84

PANAMA Town Seashore — Following a two-month investigation involving two self-proclaimed “Outlaw Motorbike Golf equipment,” the Panama Metropolis Beach Police Department has arrested 3 people for allegedly stealing motorcycles.

Two additional suspects are remaining sought in the situation. The circumstance includes the theft of five bikes stolen during the Slide Thunder Beach Rally in October.  

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According to a information launch from the PCBPD, the 3 folks arrested were: 

  • Christopher William Hill, 42, aka “TAC,” charged with five counts of grand theft vehicle and just one count of grand theft
  • William Joseph Hill, 19, aka “Slut Dog,” charged with a single count of grand that auto
  • Jared Joseph Billingsley, 31, aka “Subway,” billed with a single depend of grand theft vehicle.

All a few are from Graceville. 

Custom motorcycles cover the grounds at Frank Brown Park during Thunder Beach Rally in October. Panama City Beach police have arrested three suspects for allegedly stealing several motorcycles during the event.

Furthermore, arrest warrants were issued for Richard James Harvey, 32, aka “Yankee” of Fort Mitchell Ala., for five counts of grand theft car, and for Kenjorian Iesjaelyn Walker, 23, aka “Can’t Ride” of Daleville, Ala., also for five counts of grand theft auto. The investigation is however ongoing and even further fees could be announced, the launch states.  

According to the information release, for the duration of the drop Thunder Seashore Bike Rally, Christopher and William Hill and Billingsley of the Iron Horse Motorbike Club allegedly conspired with Harvey and Walker of Wheels of Soul Motorbike Club to steal many bikes.