TEWKSBURY -- The execution of a search warrant at the Pagan Motorcycle Club in Everett led to multiple weapon charges filed against a Tewksbury man who already has a firearm charge pending out of Lowell District Court, authorities say.
James Snow, 28, was found inside the clubhouse during the police raid that uncovered an illegal cash bar and four illegally possessed semi-automatic handguns with loaded magazines and a separate magazine containing ammunition, according to a press release issued Monday by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.
Snow was charged with two counts of illegal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of a large-capacity feeding device, two counts of illegal possession of ammunition, and two counts of improper storage of a firearm. His bail was set at $1,000, and then revoked on an open firearms case out of Lowell District Court, according to the release.
The Tewksbury resident is slated to reappear in court on May 21.
The Middlesex State Police Detective Unit, assigned to the District Attorney's Office and the Massachusetts State Police Special Tactical Operations (STOP) Team executed the warrant at the clubhouse located on Orient Avenue in Everett at around 10:15 p.m. Friday. Officers allegedly identified several occupants in the clubhouse, including 12 Pagan Motorcycle Club members wearing club affiliation patches and insignia, the release states.
In addition to Snow, Jeff Wentworth, 47, of Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H.
Marcus Basiliere, 26, of Derry, N.H., was arrested on larceny warrant. He was arraigned in Malden District Court as a fugitive from justice. The 26-year-old was ordered held without bail pending extradition.
The investigation remains ongoing.
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