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Jacob Reese ducked punches and bullets at Twin Peaks almost four years ago, but he dodged another bullet this week when all the remaining charges stemming from the biker brawl were dropped, a week before he was set to plead guilty.
Almost four years after nine bikers were killed and 20 were injured during a shootout at the former Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, McLennan County District Attorney Barry Johnson said Tuesday he will dismiss all criminal cases against the remaining 24 defendants charged in the midday brawl.
It was Father's Day weekend last year when Betsy disappeared. Amid the bustle of Anchorage's annual rodeo, the 3-year-old cow slipped out of her pen. Soon enough, she was headed for Far North Bicentennial Park, a 4,000-acre expanse of rugged forest at the outskirts of the city.
A McLennan County grand jury re-indicted bikers arrested in the Twin Peaks shootout on a variety of charges Wednesday, as the district attorney's office continues to re-evaluate the 3-year-old cases.
McLennan County prosecutors dismissed 15 more Twin Peaks biker cases Thursday afternoon, saying they are exercising prosecutorial discretion while focusing on others indicted in the May 2015 shootout with "a higher level of culpability."
Ten bikers indicted in the May 2015 shootout at Twin Peaks filed motions this week seeking to disqualify McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna from handling their cases.
Two district judges signed orders Thursday morning dismissing charges against 13 bikers arrested in the May 2015 Twin Peaks shootout and one recusing the McLennan County District Attorney's Office in another biker case.
The defense is beginning its case Monday in the first Twin Peaks shootout biker trial after multiple delays last week.
An avalanche of requests to remove McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna as prosecutor in upcoming Twin Peaks cases have been filed this week by several defense attorneys, claiming they plan to call Reyna as a witness.
Testimony continues Monday in the first Twin Peaks shootout trial in Waco's 54th State District Court.
McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna asked Thursday to be recused from the second scheduled Twin Peaks shootout biker trial and requested that a temporary attorney represent the state in the upcoming Nov. 6 trial.
Testimony in the first Twin Peaks shootout trial entered its third week Monday.
A founding member of a "mom and pop" motorcycle group testified Friday that before the Cossacks took over a biker coalition meeting at Twin Peaks and engaged in a deadly shootout with Bandidos, one ran over his wife's foot, they circled her and spit in her face.
The second week of testimony wraps up Friday in the trial of Jacob Carrizal, the first biker to be prosecuted for his alleged role in the deadly May 17, 2015, Twin Peaks shootout.
The third day of testimony continues Friday in the trial of Jacob Carrizal, the first biker to be prosecuted for his alleged role in the May 17, 2015, Twin Peaks shootout.
Testimony continues Thursday in the trial of Jacob Carrizal, the first Twin Peaks shootout biker to be prosecuted.
A Twin Peaks defendant is seeking to disqualify the McLennan County District Attorney's Office from prosecuting his case, claiming prosecutors engaged in "illegal and outrageous" conduct by releasing images of the biker and his wife having sex as part of the massive Twin Peaks discovery process.
While matters remain murky in 19th State District Court about whether the first Twin Peaks trial will unfold Tuesday as scheduled, officials in another McLennan County felony court are gearing up for a Twin Peaks trial in October.
A Georgetown biker, who was frustrated after his trial date was passed over last month in favor of another Twin Peaks defendant, got a new trial date Friday, but it's four months later than he wanted.