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Wednesday, 3 November 2010

White supremacist arrested again (USA)

Allen Goff, a teenager believed to be the leader of a local white supremacist group, was in jail Tuesday night after Billings police officers arrested him on suspicion of pointing a gun at a man and threatening to kill him.

According to a press release from police Sgt. Scott Conrad, Goff, 18, was arrested shortly before 8 p.m. after he walked up to a car parked at Sears, at 1515 Grand Ave. Conrad said that Goff pointed a gun at the driver and threatened to kill him “without provocation.”

The person behind the wheel drove to a nearby business and called the police. A short time later, officers found Goff hiding at a home at 1731 Ave. C and arrested him.

He was booked into the Yellowstone County Detention Facility on suspicion of felony assault with a weapon and misdemeanor counts of obstructing justice and probation violation.

Officers were working Tuesday night to obtain a search warrant for Goff’s car and the home where he was found.

Goff is reportedly the leader of the Montana Creators Assembly, a branch of a white supremacist group called the Creativity Movement.

In 2009 he was charged with felony assault with a weapon for shooting another man in the knee. In that case, prosecutors tried to convict him of a hate crime by saying that the shooting was motivated by race. However, the judge threw out evidence and ruled it was not racially motivated.

This May, Goff pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon and a jury acquitted him of the felony.

A few months later, he was charged with a probation violation for allegedly stealing a hat worth $19.50.

billings Gazzette