Free Souls Motorcycle Club
|Type||Outlaw motorcycle club|
|Region||Oregon and Washington states|
The Free Souls Motorcycle Club is a one-percenter motorcycle club that was formed in Eugene, Oregon in 1968. The club has over 100 members and there are a number of club chapters throughout the U.S. state of Oregon and a single chapter in Vancouver, Washington, Australia, and Germany. The club's insignia is an ankh, the ancient Egyptian symbol of eternal life, and their "colors" are blue and white.
Three Free Souls members were arrested on a number of charges on May 2, 2007, after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and local police raided six homes in Eugene. Ten stolen motorcycles, guns, methamphetamine, marijuana and hashish oil were seized.
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- Police Arrest Three In Raid Of Homes