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6th Pagans defendant agrees to plead guilty

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - A West Virginia man accused of
conspiracy, drug and firearms crimes in a federal racketeering case
targeting the Pagans Motorcycle Club has agreed to plead guilty.
A plea hearing for 35-year-old Buffalo resident Donnie Ray
"Hoss" Workman is scheduled for Thursday before U.S. District
Judge Thomas Johnston in Charleston.
Workman is the sixth Pagans defendant to agree to plead guilty
in the case. The 44-count indictment accuses Pagans members and
associates from West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania,
New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Florida of murder conspiracy,
kidnapping and other charges.
Four of Workman's co-defendants have pleaded guilty and agreed
to cooperate. Court records don't indicate whether Workman is
cooperating.


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