Bandidos Y Traviezos

November 2, 2016

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Bandidos Y Traviezos

The El Paso Police Department’s Gang Unit acting in cooperation with the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Horizon, Texas Police Department, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, arrested a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, two members of the Brass Knuckle Motorcycle Club and four members of the One Motorcycle Club in multiple raids in and around El Paso yesterday.

The cagey police press release said, “The El Paso Police Department’s Gang unit secured arrest warrants for seven additional individuals as a result of the on-going investigation of the August 3rd incident at 2281 N. Zaragoza.”

The Bandido arrested yesterday is Carlos Sepulveda. The Brass Knuckles are Jose Luis Holguin and Loren Jay Bingaman. The Ones are Arnulfo Ramirez, Dean Rascon, Alejandro Jimenez and Aaron Michael Palmer.


All six men are charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity with an underlying charge of Aggravated Robbery. Bingaman may be charged with additional offenses. According to the press release, after entering Bingaman’s home “Investigators did locate and identify short barreled long rifles, numerous military ordnance, and items associated with the construction of explosive devices.”

The press release accusation about what investigators found may or may not be truthful. The ATF in particular has a history of crying “wolf.” In a case against the Mongols military surplus ammunition was described as “military munitions.” In a case against the Vagos fertilizer, a can of gasoline used to fuel a lawn mower and legal fireworks were described as “bomb making materials.”

The Aggravated Robbery allegation is based on a incident last August 3. El Paso Bandidos chapter president Juan Martinez, chapter sergeant at arms James Heredia and chapter secretary Thomas Decarlo and Brass Knuckle sergeant at arms Robert Grant were charged with the organized criminal aggravated robbery charge after a fight with two members of the Los Traviezos El Chuco Motorcycle Club named Gerardo “DJ” Quesada and Edward Delgado at a restaurant named Hot Chicks Wing House. Allegedly, either some of the eleven men or someone acting at the direction of the eleven men tried to seize Quesada and Delgado’s vests and did take Delgado’s cell phone.

Los Traviezos

El Chuco and Chuco Town, probably derived from the slang term Pachuco, are common nicknames for El Paso.

Los Traviezos has been tussling with other El Paso area motorcycle clubs since 2013. The club does not belong to the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents and appears to have allied itself with the Iron Order Motorcycle Club.

The fact that an assault and cell phone theft has resulted in a three month long investigation by the El Paso police, the Texas DPS and two federal police bureaus suggests that the El Paso press release may have omitted some pertinent information about which the public may have a right to know.

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15 Responses to “Bandidos Y Traviezos”

  1. rollinnorth Says:

    Looking like Fedbeast takes care of Traviezos.
    “Have you no shame?”

    Respect, to those…

  2. Shameful Says:

    You take care of what you can rat to the cops, bitches.

  3. Neto Says:

    For whom It my concern , The
    TRAVIEZOS EL CHUCO ARE NOT Allied with no other club. We take care of our own.TFFT.

  4. Paladin Says:

    “The fact that an assault and cell phone theft has resulted in a three month long investigation by the El Paso police, the Texas DPS and two federal police bureaus suggests that the El Paso press release may have omitted some pertinent information about which the public may have a right to know.”

    It is also a common practice for the feds to accessorize something as mundane as a fashion felony and misplaced phone to now resemble a criminal conspiracy of epic proportions.

    Long May You Ride (to those that deserve to),


  5. Desdicado Says:

    Shameful, you hit it on the head. Times are changing and the old ways are fast fading away. Glad I probably won’t see the final curtain fall.

  6. Fr. Abraham Says:

    A three-month investigation involving four separate state and federal police agencies? Did they at least find the damned phone?

    Also, is the Bureau of Assault, Tax, and Fuck Everyone gonna start investigating cellphone robberies now? If that ain’t “mission creep”, I don’t know what is…

  7. TX_Biker Says:

    Sieg, you would be very welcome here in Texas. public education here isn’t that great. but private schools rank among the best in the country including the number one rated high school in the country. But to get back on subject…I think a lot of these start up clubs are doing so because they think nothing will be done about it in light of the current witch hunt against the dominant club here in Texas.

  8. IronRider Says:

    @ Victor 1%er Says:
    November 3, 2016 at 9:19 am
    Yep…same UO douchebags…

    I guess the stores were all out of the SOA patch sets, so they went with the next best thing. Nothing like some wanna be’s

  9. ipsick Says:

    It ain’t like 1972 anymore. A local low rider bike club, Vicleros, took off their bottom rocker that said “Santa Paula” and now sport “California”. Maybe they are waiting for the brown version of SOA to start.

    There’s 3 Big Clubs in the area so things could get interesting.

  10. Shameful Says:

    These “clubs”, theTraviezos, cocksacks, etc, are all taking cues from the UO. Seen where groups won’t push due to law enforcement cooperation, so they push issues to get a response to use against them. Cocksacks and others saw a way to live their fantasies and bring heat on others, saw how UO operates, and incorporated the lingo and victim stance to garner public sympathy and LE indifference. The punk ass Kong in his pretty tame interview with police, like the cocksacks in their statements to police, play the victim and go so far as to quote and reference the cocksucker Cook and the various gangland shows. The world is changing, and its filling with bitches. Why earn when it can be handed to you? Do what we can, but unless it slaps these bitches in the face, the old ways are on the verge of extinction.

  11. IronRider Says:

    Holy Typos. Apologies folks!

  12. IronRider Says:

    Imagine that a Urine Order puppet club, who would have seen that coming. I gather that the Law Enforcement members of the Urine Order felt that not real Law Enforcement members like prison guards and mall cops werent worty of wearing the iron patch set that the Urine Order members wear.

    Were the warrants signed by Reyna and co? I am sure million dollar bail amounts will be forth coming due to the hurt feelings report filled out by the urine order puppet club.

    The mere fact that this was made inbto something way bigger than it is tells me all Law Enforcement agencies involved will be typing up press releases on how they require more funding and leftover Iraq weapons and toys to combat the serious gang problem they are having or anarchy will reign down.

    I am sure the hundreds of thousands of dollars that were spent on this triumphant law enforcement initiative against such serious crime will get someone a shiny commendation and the employee of the month award. Another waste of taxpayers dollars becuase some whiny wanna be bikers got their knuckles rapped trying to be tough guys (obviously didnt have gund or there would have been a shooting) (must be mall cops) while the real criminials smuggling tons of cok3e, guns and cash are allowed to move back and forth across the border supplying the real street gangs peddling their shit to texans everywhere.

    Yup what a victory this was. Just goes to show you how fucked up Law Enforcemnt is and how busting MC members is way more camera friendly then some little gang banger with a few pounds that no one will remember from the nightly news.

  13. Sieg Says:

    Man, I think I’m gonna move to Tejas, place must be overflowing with tax money! I mean, the schools are all first-rate, the infrastructure is all in A-1 shape, taxes are low, the jails are empty, life is so mellow, all the local donut-chokers have to do is play games with those cocksuckers from Washington, right?!

    pinche Pendejo maricones…


  14. TX_Biker Says:

    There is a stench about all this and its called the Urine Odor…..

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