BRONX, New York – New York police have arrested at least two Hells Angels members suspected of the murder of the leader of the Pagans Motorcycle Club in The Bronx, according to police sources.
Francisco Rosado, 51, was shot dead by a pair of masked gunmen on Holland Avenue, near Mace Avenue in Allerton, at 3:20 p.m. May 2, according to the police report.
Rosado, the leader of the Bronx branch of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, was shot in the head and chest and died on the scene.
Court records show that Frank Tatulli, 58, Anthony Destefano, 27, and Sayanon Thongthwath, 29, have been charged in connection with the killing. At least two of the men were high-ranking members of the Hells Angels, and two of them are believed to have shot Rosado.
Investigators believe the motive for the murder was retribution. The Pagans gang reportedly shot a building in the Bronx that belonged to the Hells Angels in January.