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About Paul Eischeid

Paul Eischeid, a member of the Hells Angels, is wanted for his part in killing a woman in Tempe, Arizona, in 2001. He is charged with first degree murder. He was recently placed on the U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted List, and is additionally wanted for drug trafficking and RICO. On February 3, 2011, he became the first of the Dirty Dozen to be captured by AMW. He was found in Argentina.

When the Hells Angels chapter in Mesa, Ariz., wanted an individual punished, police say they turned to Paul Eischeid.

In 2001, a woman at the motorcycle gang’s clubhouse mouthed-off to gang members. Police say the bikers assaulted her and warned her to keep quiet. She refused.

Cops report that Eischeid and other gang members viciously attacked the woman, beating and stabbing her. Then, police report, they tossed the woman into a car trunk, and drove out to the desert where they dumped her virtually lifeless body. But they weren’t through with their fury yet, say police; the bikers took turns stabbing the woman until she was nearly decapitated.

The gang left their victim’s corpse to rot in the desert. But a passing motorist discovered the body and alerted authorities.

A judge allowed Eischend to bail out while he waited for his trial. It was a major mistake.

Accused of Murder

Eischeid was one of more than 50 Hell’s Angels and associates arrested in 2003 as part of a major crackdown on motorcycle gang violence in Arizona. He was charged in connection with the murder. Because he had a small prior criminal history and was holding a steady job at the time, a judge allowed Eischeid to bail out while he waited for his trial. It was a major mistake.

Cops say Eischeid removed the tracking device he’d been ordered to wear, and hit the road.

He remained on the run for nearly eight years. U.S. Marshals tell AMW that the accused murderer was taken down in Buenos Aires on Feb. 3, 2011.