Investigators arrested ten additional suspects in connection to a deadly biker gang shootout at an Oklahoma City bar.
According to jail records, the suspects are being housed at the Oklahoma County Detention Center, and were booked in on a string of complaints including accessory to murder.
In April, three people were killed at the Whiskey Barrel Saloon near Portland and Southwest 29th Street.
“It’s unclear exactly what the beef was,” said Oklahoma City Police MSgt. Gary Knight.
According to police, the shooting erupted when members of the rival Bandidos and Homietos biker gangs collided.
“In the end, they were all shooting each other,” said Knight.
Police arrested three men just days after the deadly shooting.
Then in a roundup Wednesday, Oklahoma City Police, U.S. Marshals and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol made ten more arrests.
The suspects are jailed in the Oklahoma County Detention Center, and are being held on hefty bonds that ranged between one and seven million dollars.
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