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Daily Mail: The MANY mugshots of the Waco bikers: 170 gang members have to be processed in batches after shoot-out that left nine dead as police investigate whether deadly brawl was sparked by argument over a parking space

* Each of the 170 gang members arrested for the Sunday shootout was charged Monday with engaging in organized crime in connection to a capital murder case
* A Waco, Texas judge ordered most of the men held on $1million bail each
* One gang 'ambushed the other' at recruitment event hosted by Twin Peaks Bar and Grill in Waco, Texas on Sunday afternoon and witnesses said the confrontation looked like a setup
* It started as a physical fight and escalated to involve chains, knives and guns
* Diners and employees scrambled for shelter in the freezer as more than 100 rounds were fired
* 8 bikers died at the scene and a 9th in hospital, another 18 bikers were hospitalized, no civilians were injured
* Police were monitoring the meeting outside but said owners refused to cooperate with them until shooting started
* Twin Peaks insists they had 'positive communication with the police' but the police said that was nonsense

The nearly 200 members of rival biker gangs who engaged in a deadly shootout in Texas are being pictured for the first time in mugshots taken by a local jail struggling to keep up with the workload.

Nine were killed and dozens injured in the fight that broke out between at least five biker gangs at a restaurant in Waco at noon on Sunday. After a SWAT team broke up the fight, 170 of these gang members were arrested.

On Monday, each suspect was charged with engaging in organized crime in connection to a capital murder case, and a judge ordered most to be held on a $1 million bond. Sheriff Parnell McNamara said each of the suspects is being booked at McLennan County Jail, but that some might be moved to other facilities due to the sheer amount of arrests.

WNU Editor: An interesting assortment of mugshots. Biker wars are nothing new .... but what happened at Waco is a red flag for law enforcement that another war is about to begin.

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