170 Texas bike gang members charged after deadly gun fight
After the recent gun fight in Waco that killed nine people and injured dozens of others, 170 bikers were arrested and may face capital murder charges in relation to organized crime, a May 18 article of The New York Times stated.
According to Sergeant Patrick Swanton, the apprehended men were held at the Waco Convention Center, and a $1 million bond was set to each of them. A gun battle between bike gangs the Bandidos and Cossacks and police authorities took place on May 17 at a restaurant parking lot in Waco. Authorities are still determining what caused the altercation. The death penalty may be a fate that awaits the arrested bikers if a grand jury and state prosecutors decide to charge them with capital murder.
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