- 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.

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

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