Kenny Dale “KB” Brown One Percenter, a proud member of the American Outlaws Association, died early Saturday morning, July 6, while running from the police.
According to published accounts, Brown did not to yield when Cleveland, North Carolina police officers and Rowan County Sheriff’s Office deputies tried to stop him for speeding. Either ignoring or unable to hear the sounds of the resulting pursuit over the roar of his motorcycle, Brown continued on at speeds police allege exceeded 100 miles per hour to Troutman, North Carolina where his 2012 Harley-Davidson struck two utility poles on Main Street before going down. Brown was pronounced dead at the scene.
Brown is survived by his wife Kelly, his son Spencer, his stepson Tyler Joubert, his daughter Kendra, his half-brother Dean, his parents Sanford and Margaret, his grandson Brentley and his Outlaw club brothers.
There will be a service in his memory this Saturday, July 13 at 2 p.m. at Brown’s Farm Lake in Mocksville, North Carolina.
Kenny Dale “KB” Brown turned 41 last December. He died with his boots on.
Requiscant In Pace.