Tag Archives: Victor Manuel “Pancho” Amaro

Amaro Gets Life

May 29, 2014

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The poker run shootout in Winter Springs, Florida on September 30,  2012 claimed another life this morning. Judge Jessica Recksiedler sentenced Victor Manuel “Pancho” Amaro to spend the rest of his life in prison for the murders of Harold “Lil Dave” Liddle and Dave “Dresser” Jakiela. Amaro was the third of three defendants arrested after […]

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Amaro Found Guilty

May 10, 2014

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About 11 p.m. local time last night a Florida jury found Victor Manuel “Pancho” Amaro guilty of the murders of Harold “Lil Dave” Liddle and Dave “Dresser” Jakiela. Under current Florida law Amaro faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years in prison. There was never any question that Amaro killed the two men as […]

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Eckert Sentencing Continued

April 29, 2014

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The sentencing of Robert “Willy” Eckert was continued yesterday until Thursday morning. Last week a jury found Eckert guilty of two counts of manslaughter with possession of a firearm, one count of attempted second-degree murder with possession and discharge of a firearm and one count of attempted voluntary manslaughter. Eckert’s lawyer, Adam Pollack, asked for […]

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Another Warlocks Mistrial

April 17, 2014

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The trial of Chester Warlock Victor Manuel “Pancho” Amaro ended in a mistrial today. Amaro is one of four members of  the throwback faction of the Philadelphia based Warlocks Motorcycle Club accused of murdering three members of the totally distinct and different Orlando based Warlocks Motorcycle Club. The three other defendants are David “Tin Man” […]

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Maloney Out Amaro On Trial

April 14, 2014

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The Warlocks shooting case continued this morning with the trial of Victor Manuel “Pancho” Amaro (shown above). Forensic evidence indicates that Amaro, a member of one of two Warlocks Motorcycle Clubs, fired the shots that killed two members of a separate and distinct Warlocks Motorcycle Club. The dead men were Harold “Lil Dave” Liddle and […]

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