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Лестер Арнольд / Персонажи

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  • Lester owned a Zombie dubbed “Sexy Charlie.” The bike was destroyed in GTA IV multiplayer, under the orders of Kenny Petrovic.
  • Lester’s writing a book is a reference to Hell’s Angels known high-ranking member, Sonny Barger, who has written several books detailing his life within the gang.

Lester “Arnie” Arnold is a character in the Grand Theft Auto series who appears in the LCPD information database in Grand Theft Auto IV and mentioned, not by name, in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.

Lester is the suspected president of the Liberty City chapter of The Angels of Death motorcycle gang.


Born in San Fierro, Lester has been arrested on five occasions: for possessing a controlled substance (in 1988, for methamphetamines, and in 1993, for heroin), for assault in both 1989 and 1992 and for identity theft in 2005.

Lester also wrote a book in 2008 detailing his experiences as an “Angels Of Death” member. He also wrote the book about Angels of Death named “Angels of Life” in cooperation with Fred M. Nelson. The book is apparently set to be made into a Vinewood motion picture.

Events of GTA Chinatown Wars

By the events of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, circa 2009, Lester is in a relationship with Meredith. However, she cheats on him with the private investigator Lester Leroc, who had infiltrated the gang with the help of Huang Lee in order to sift for information on an FIB rat. Their status together is unknown after this event.

LCPD Database record

Surname: Arnold

First Name: Lester

Age: 46

Place of Birth: San Fierro

Affiliations: Member of the Angels of Death OMG

Criminal Record:

  • 1988 – Possession Controlled Substance: Methamphetamine
  • 1989 – Assault
  • 1992 – Assault
  • 1993 – Possession Controlled Substance: Heroin
  • 2005 – Identity theft.


  • Believed to be the leader of the Liberty City Chapter of the Angels of Death OMG.
  • Not much is known about him other than that he has a serious problem with narcotics.