Hells Angels on their best behavior

CODY, Wyo. — The weeklong gathering of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in northern Wyoming turned out to be uneventful for police.

Cody Police Department spokesman John Harris says there was nothing out of the ordinary during the annual Hells Angels’ USA Run, which ended on Aug. 3

Harris tells the Powell Tribune that police issued only four warnings to Hells Angels members for minor traffic violations over the five-day event that attracted hundreds of club members.

A man who is not a member of the club was arrested for having a stolen motorcycle.

Officers from around the state had been stationed in Cody during the event.

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