Mystery like the gang-swapping Comanchero bicie is found dead floating face-down in the pool of a remote five-star resort
- Becky Jason Kemp found herself floating face down in the villa pool
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A Comanchero motorcycle after being ridden by rival outlaw club Rebels has been found dead at a luxury resort in Western Australia.
Jason Kemp was discovered floating face down in the pool of a villa at The Pearle of Cable Beach around 12.10pm on Saturday.
Emergency services were called and they rushed to the site, but Kemp, in his late 30s, could not be revived – with Western Australian coroners now investigating how he died.
Jason Kemp (pictured) was found dead at a Western Australian resort over the weekend
He was found floating face down in a private pool attached to a villa (similar villa in the photo)
He was staying at The Pearle at Cable Beach (pictured) in Broome with his girlfriend
He was staying with his girlfriend at a five-star resort near the popular tourist beach in Broome, North Western Australia.
It is not known how he died but police at this point are treating it as accidental with no involvement of investigators in the murders, reports say. Western Australia.
The villa was kept cordoned off with police tape on Sunday as investigators try to determine exactly what happened.
It is understood Kemp has been a member of the Comanchero Outlaw Motorcycle Club since mid-2021.
Prior to that, he was a full member of the rebels.
The switch, usually considered a major crime in PK circles, took place after he was brutally beaten by a fellow rebel in May of that year inside Casurena Prison in Washington.
Kemp, who was running an errand for drug and traffic charges, sustained a severe head injury that required an extended hospital stay.
A large Rebel tattoo was seen on Kemp’s forearm (pictured) before a club member beat him up in 2021
WA Police said the beating was the result of an internal dispute between two club members and was not linked to tensions over the assassination of Rebels boss Nick Martin months earlier.
Martin is shot and killed by a sniper at the Kwinana Motorsports Complex, and a former soldier associated with the international mercenary group Shadows of Hope later pleads guilty.
By July 2021, Kemp was obscuring his large arm tattoo of Rebels on photos he posted online.
Later that month, he posted a photo showing the word “Comanchero” inked on his forearm over his old tattoo.
Within a few months, he signed the tattoo with the word “Comanchero” after joining the new club (pictured)
Kemp has a long criminal history.
In addition to driving charges, including reckless driving to escape police pursuit, he was jailed in 2017 for holding his ex-girlfriend and her mother at gunpoint in a four-hour siege with police.
“It’s really amazing that he’s been allowed in the community for so long,” said Prosecutor Jason Chu before his latest jail term.