Hells Angels member arrested on assault charges

A Pacifica member of the Hells Angels was arrested Thursday on suspicion of assaulting three women with a deadly weapon recently.

Robert Gee, 34, was arrested at his residence at 121 Dardenelle Ave. in Pacifica after police obtained evidence linking him to the alleged assaults.

Capt. Fernando Realyvasquez said police began an investigation several months ago after receiving a number of reports of assaults. At 6 a.m. Thursday, the Pacifica Police Department along with SWAT teams from the Daly City Police Department and the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office executed search warrants in Pacifica and East Palo Alto.

Gee is charged with assault with a deadly weapon, police said.

The member of Hells Angels was booked into Redwood City jail Thursday with a $50,000 bail. He posted bail several hours later, Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said.

He said Gee has no history of previous felonies in San Mateo County.

Founded in California 60 years ago, Hells Angels Motorcycle Club consists of members who ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles and is considered an outlaw motorcycle gang by police.

The Pacifica Police Department, which is the lead investigative agency, are continuing the investigation into the case.

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