- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 7, 2014

NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (AP) - A month after two members of a motorcycle club where fatally shot outside a Buffalo-area bikers’ clubhouse, police say they’re getting no cooperation from people who were nearby when the slayings occurred.

The police chief in North Tonawanda tells The Buffalo News (https://bit.ly/1vLRYek ) that he’s “disappointed” that those who were inside the Kingsmen clubhouse early on morning of Sept. 6 haven’t been cooperating with the investigation.

Police say 31-year-old Daniel Szymanski (ZIH’-man-skee) and 38-year-old Paul Maue (mow) were both shot in the back of head at close range as they sat in a car parked outside the clubhouse. Officials say both men were members of another Buffalo-area chapter of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club.

Authorities say the Kingsmen are one of the Buffalo area’s most dominant biker organizations, with six local chapters and about 100 members.


Information from: The Buffalo News, https://www.buffalonews.com

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