A member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club was recently sentenced to several years in prison for their involvement in an illegal organized scheme in Indiana. Jamie Bolinger, also known as Jammer, 36, of Martinsville, Indiana was sentenced to 102 months in federal prison after he pled guilty to a slew of offenses including extortion, drug trafficking and bankruptcy fraud.
Bolinger, an Outlaws Motorcycle club member, entered a guilty plea prior to his sentencing in relation to offenses of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization or RICO. The offenses included drug trafficking, extortion, gambling, wire fraud, witness tampering and bankruptcy fraud. In July 2013, an 86-page 49-count charging document was filed with the court. It claimed members of the OMC were engaging in organized criminal acts across the state of Indiana.
51 people were charged with connection to the activities with a wide variety of offenses in relation to an illegal gambling operation. Racketeering, operating an illegal gambling operation, drug charges, money laundering, and wire fraud were among offenses committed by those arrested in relation to the case. Part of Bolinger’s sentence also included five years supervised release with random searches of his person, random urinalysis, and random searches of his resident and vehicle by probation officers. His terms also forbid him to engage affiliation with any gangs or motorcycle clubs, including OMC.
Local and state officials took part in the investigation including the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Safe Streets Task Force.