HOUSTON – The identities of two outlaw motorcycle gang members killed during Friday’s shooting spree in the Huntsville area were released to the public on Monday.
Andrew Cole, 43, of Deer Park; Romero Sosa, 69, of La Porte, and another member were “targeted” in the shooting attack on April 14 on Interstate 45 near 114MM, according to the Huntsville Police Department.
All three members were riding their motorcycles that afternoon when they were shot. They were wearing clothing and insignia that indicated they were part of the outlaw motorcycle gang.
Cole and Sosa were pronounced dead at the scene. The other rider, a 61-year-old man, was flown to Memorial Hermann in the Texas Medical Center for treatment.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was also part of the investigation.
Prior to the Huntsville area shooting, the gunman shot two other motorcyclists who were also affiliated with the outlaw motorcycle gang, MCSO said.
The first shooting was reported at 11:08 a.m. on the feeder road located in the 25000 block of I-45, where one motorcyclist was shot by the suspect, police said. MCSO deputies responded to the shooting, and the 32-year-old man was taken to a local hospital where he died hours later from his injuries.
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