Monday, September 12, 2011

Three Pittsfield Motorcycle Chapter Hells Angels Held Without Bail For Triple Homicide Charges

(L-R) David Chalue, Adam Lee Hall and Caius Veiovis, aka, Roy C. Gutfinski Jr.

Photos: Berkshire District Attorney's Office

Bodies of three men found Saturday by police.

By H. Nelson Goodson
September 12, 2011

Pittsfield, Massachusetts - On Monday, a Berkshire County Circuit Judge Rita Koenigs denied bail for three members of the Pittsfield Hells Angels local after pleading not guilty to homicide charges. David Chalue, 44, of Springfield; Adam Lee Hall, 34, of Pittsfield and Caius Veiovis, 31, aka, Roy C. Gutfinski Jr., of Pittsfield were charge each with three felony counts for homicide, kidnapping and intimidating a witness. The suspects, if convicted are facing life in prison.
The suspects are accused of kidnapping and killing three men, David Glasser, 44, Edward S. Frampton, 58, and Robert T. Chadwell, 48. The victims had been missing since August 28, and their bodies were found last Saturday in a trench by police, the criminal complaint stated.
Glasser was killed because he was scheduled to testified against Hall in a pending robbery, kidnapping and assault criminal case, according to Berkshire District Attorney David F. Capeless.
Hall is the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club sergeant of arms of the local chapter.

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