The president of the Hells Angels of San Francisco was shot and killed in a bar brawl. Mark Guardado, 45, was found with multiple gunshot wounds around 10:30 p.m. outside a bar about a mile from the group’s clubhouse. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital and died shortly after.
The suspect left the scene on his motorcycle after struggling with Guardado and eventually shooting him. There is suspicion linking the shooting to rival motorcycle club, the Mongols.
The Mongols have feuded with the Hells Angels for a long time. The San Francisco chapter of the Hells Angels is one of the oldest in the country.