A member of the Hells Angels may have a claim for false arrest for the time he contends he was detained at a rock concert without probable cause before police officers found a concealed knife in his pocket, a federal judge has decided.
Northern District of New York Judge Gary L. Sharpe denied a motion to reconsider his June ruling in which he granted summary judgment dismissing David M. Lust’s claims against the city of Albany, N.Y., and two of its police officers, but continued the false arrest claim against two other officers, John Joyce and James Olsen.
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