Friday, December 29, 2017

Cosimano, Mencher And Guinto From The 69'ers Motorcycle Club Facing The Death Penalty Or Life For The Murder Of Anderson, The Outlaws M.C. President

Cosimano, the President of the 69'ers Motorcycle Club has been charged with the premeditated cold blooded murder of Anderson, an Outlaws M.C. President while he sat in his truck in Odessa.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 29, 2017

Odessa, Florida - The Pasco County Sheriff's Office has booked Christopher "Durty" Brian Cosimano, 29, of Riverview, the President of the 69'ers Motorcycle Club (M.C.) and Michael "Pumpkin" Dominick Mencher, 51, of Riverview and Allan "Bee Bee" Burt Guinto, 26, of Brandon, who are also members of the 69'ers M.C. with one felony count each for premeditated murder/homicide in the cold blooded shooting death of Paul Quincy Anderson, 44, of New Port Richey, the President of the Cross Bayou Chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club in Pasco County. The three murder suspects are being held without bail and if convicted, Cosimano. Mencher and Guinto are facing the death penalty or life in prison for Anderson's homicide.
The criminal complaint says that both Cosimano and Mencher arrived in motorcycles at the location where Anderson was parked with his truck. Cosimano went up to Anderson's truck, which was parked on State Road 54 and Suncoast Parkway and tapped on the window and fired several shots at the victim. Mencher accompanied Cosimano and was nearby, he was the one in charge to finish off Anderson, if Cosimano failed to kill Anderson on the spot and the third suspect, Guinto was considered the scout in a vehicle who watched for police.
A nearby video camera surveillance captured the suspects at the scene where the shooting occurred, according to the criminal complaint.
The M.C.s had a history of feuding and members of the Outlaws had assaulted Guinto at a local bar and police reports indicated that 69'ers members riding their motorcycles on the road were targeted by members of the Outlaws who tried to run them off the road in prior incidents, Sheriff Chris Nocco, from the Pasco County Sheriff's Office reported.

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