Trenton man federally indicted for alleged murder at his home

A Trenton man is among four members or associates of the Clarksville Mongols motorcycle gang federally indicted this week in connection with an alleged murder that happened last November in Trenton.

Indicted for kidnapping, murder, racketeering, drug trafficking and money laundering is 49-year old William “Flip” Nelper of Trenton. Three additional suspects—27-year old William Boylston, 43-year old Jason Meyerholz and 35-year old Christopher Wilson of Clarksville—are also among the latest suspects to be indicted.

The indictment alleges that on November 19, 2017, Boylston, Meyerholz and Wilson kidnapped Stephen Cole, a member of the Clarksville Mongols, at gunpoint and stripped him of his shoes, wallet and cell phones. Boylston and Meyerholz then allegedly transported Cole to Nelper’s residence in Trenton, where they murdered him, disposed of his body and burned evidence of the crimes. Officials did not disclose the location of the crime in a news release, but WHOP News has learned Nelper had a listed address in the 200 block of Cemetery Street in Trenton at the time of his arrest.

Fifteen other members or associates of the Clarksville Mongols were indicted for crimes related to racketeering conspiracy in January. Nelper is lodged in the Warren County Detention Center as a federal inmate.