According to a report on Augusta Crime, Members of the Steel Horsemen MC violently assaulted a biker outside an Augusta bar for hanging out on their turf and wearing the wrong patch, according to authorities.
Adrian Estrada, 43, of Augusta and Frederick James “Boogie Man” King Jr., 50, of Loganville, Ga were each charged with aggravated battery and unlawful street gang activity in the Feb. 20 assault at the Silver Bullet Lounge on Milledgeville Road in Augusta Georgia
The warrants accuse the club members of “seriously disfiguring” the face of biker Meisam Shodia by punching him. They also kicked him until he dropped to the ground, where Estrada allegedly kicked the victim in the face with motorcycle boots, according to warrants. Shodia suffered a fractured eye, two cracked teeth, a swollen eye and bruising to the forehead, nose and cheek.
Estrada owns The Loft on Broad Street in Augusta, according to a report by The Augusta Chronicle.
In April of 2014, five members of the Steel Horsemen were arrested in Columbia County Georgia after assaulting a member of the Highway Gypsies MC and forcing him to remove his jacket because of the patch he was wearing.