Billy Lane To Start A Custom Motorcycle Project While Still Behind Bars

On August 14, 2009 Billy Lane was sentenced to 6 years in Prison regarding the vehicular homicide case in connection with a September 4, 2006 crash that left Gerald Morelock dead. Upon his release from prison (to happen sooner than 2015 because Billy will be credited 2 days per month against jail time for good behavior), he will be in probation for 3 years, will have his drivers license suspended for life (pending appeal), and will also have to undergo random drug and alcohol testing.

Billy is a talented builder and living around motorcycles is all his life. So, I was not surprised to learn that Billy, with jail direction approval, is starting a motorcycle project while still behind bars. Billy will have no issue sourcing the parts and material he needs via his connections in the custom motorcycle industry. More info about this build coming very soon.

For information, some Choppers Inc. parts are again for sale on eBay and Billy, with the help of his sister, intends to release new parts to be also sold on eBay while still doing time at the Avon Park Work Camp in Avon Park, Florida.

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