WACO, Texas (KXAN) – Newly released surveillance video from inside the Twin Peaks Restaurant shows leather-clad customers drawing weapons and diving for cover.
Around 170 people were arrested following the May 17 shootout that left 9 people dead and 18 injured.
The Sunday afternoon shooting broke out on a day where a group of biker members gathered for a planned meeting in the restaurant’s outdoor bar area. Those jailed, killed or injured were not from the Waco area.
After initially locking up more than 170 people in connection with the May 17 incident outside Twin Peaks restaurant, McLennan County prosecutors have not charged anyone with the shooting deaths of nine people. At least 20 others were hurt.
Those arrested were charged with engaging in organized criminal activity.
The shootout in the parking lot of the restaurant erupted during an apparent confrontation between rival biker gangs.
Investigators have not yet offered details about who shot who or whether police officers fatally shot anyone, though reports reviewed by The Associated Press indicate police bullets did hit at least one biker.
Among the dead in Waco was Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, of New Braunfels . .
“He was a very, very close friend of a lot of us,” said Myles Gonzales, vice president of the Cycle Stylez Motorcycle Club, who said he was a friend of Rodriguez. “It was a very, very sad moment to hear that he had passed away. And I will never let it be in vain.”
Gonzales spoke with KXAN News in May at Austin City Hall. There, he and group of motorcycle club members posed with Mayor Steve Adler to highlight motorcycle safety.
As of Thursday afternoon, no one arrested in connection with the shooting in Waco had been indicted, according to the McLennan County District Clerk’s office.