Rhode Island State Police

PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – Rhode Island State Police said Tuesday they arrested three people at a motorcycle club in Woonsocket.

State police said the arrests were the result of an investigation called “Operation Charlie Horse.”

Two members of the Outlaw Motor Clubhouse on Fabien Street, Allen Stilkey, 50, and Kurt Charbatji, 47, were arrested. A non-member, Carlos Garcia, 51, was also arrested.

Investigators executed 12 search warrants at the motorcycle club, as well as vehicles, homes and electronics.

Evidence

During the searches, the investigators seized:

  • A pound of methamphetamine
  • 52 sheets of LSD
  • 16 vials of steroids
  • 118 grams of cocaine
  • 78 grams of crack
  • 12 grams of fentanyl
  • Bullet proof vest
  • Approximately $4,000 in cash

Stilkey

Stilkey faces the following charges:

  • Two counts of possession with intent to deliver a Schedule 1 controlled substance, cocaine
  • One count of possession with intent to deliver a Schedule 1 controlled substance, methamphetamine
  • One count of possession of a Schedule 1-4 controlled substance, Adderall
  • Two counts of possession of a controlled substance schedule one, one ounce to one kilo of cocaine
  • One count of possession of a Schedule 1 controlled substance, one ounce to one kilo of methamphetamine
  • One count of possession with intent to deliver a program of three controlled substances – anabolic steroids
  • Affidavit/Warrant for Conspiracy to Violate Controlled Substances Act

Charbatji

Charbatji faces the following charges:

  • One count of possession of an appendix one to four, LSD
  • A head of possession of a bulletproof vest
  • A leader in obstructing the justice system
  • One count of conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substances Act

Garcia Carlos

Garcia faces the following charges:

  • One count of possession of a Schedule 1 controlled substance, one ounce to one kilo of cocaine
  • One count of possession with intent to deliver a Schedule 1 controlled substance, fentanyl
  • Domestic Violence Prevention Affidavit/Warrant-Breach of No Contact Order
  • One count of conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substances Act

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