Motorcycle Club Members Busted In Major Meth Case

11 In All Taken Into Custody

Mitch Kelly
November 08, 2019 - 6:06 am

Boulder City Police Department

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LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT)  - 11 members of a southern Nevada motorcycle gang have been arrested in a major methamphetamine bust. 

In October, the Boulder City Police Department , in conjunction with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Criminal Intelligence Section, culminated a ten month investigation into the methamphetamine trafficking activities of the Brotherhood Motorcycle Club’s Las Vegas chapter president, Robert Fielder, and his drug trafficking organization.

The BCPD was assisted with this investigation by the LVMPD, and Agents and Task Force Officers from the US Drug Enforcement Administration, and North Las Vegas Police Department.

This investigation revealed that Fielder has been trafficking in multiple ounce quantities of methamphetamine on a weekly basis into Boulder City. Fielder created a distribution network comprised of several members and associates of the Brotherhood MC, whereby he supplied methamphetamine to numerous customers in Boulder City.

On October 29th, the Boulder City Police Department with the LVMPD’s Criminal Intelligence Section executed multiple search warrants at two homes in Boulder City and one in Henderson. Police seized seven firearms; approximately 281.2 gross grams of methamphetamine; 245.5 gross grams of marijuana concentrate; and 1,947.5 gross grams of marijuana. Police arrested ten suspects at three homes.

During the course of this investigation into the Brotherhood MC’s Las Vegas chapter president, Robert Fielder and his DTO, Boulder City Police seized a total of 685.9 grams of methamphetamine; 245.5 grams of marijuana concentrate; 1,947.5 gross grams of marijuana; seized one marijuana concentrate extraction lab; arrested or secured arrest warrants for eleven suspects; seized seven firearms; $1,452 in US Currency; seized one 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis; and seized one 2001 Harley Davidson motorcycle.

“Getting these guns and drugs off the streets is a priority of mine and of the dedicated Boulder City Police officers who worked this case,” said Boulder City Chief of Police Tim Shea. “I am proud of our officers and their efforts to protect Boulder City from dealers who would prey on our residents. I also appreciate the support we received from other agencies to build the case against these suspects.”