An estimated 100 guns were used in a massive shootout between biker gangs and then police in Texas
9 dead,18 injured (all biker-gang members); 175+ arrested (charged with ‘engaging in organized crime’ with bail set at $1,000,000 ($1mil) after five different outlaw motorcycle-gangs (including the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, Cossacks, Bloods, Crips, and the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas) gather at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas; and a fight breaks out, starting with fist punches, to knives, bats, brass-knuckles, clubs, chains, and then guns (100 guns found at the scene).
The Bandidos, formed in the 1960s, are involved in trafficking Cocaine, Marijuana, and (crystal) Methamphetamine; according to the department of Justice.
When not shooting at other bikers, bikers shoot at police who shoot-back.
Customers in Twin Peaks and some employees lock themselves in a freezer to escape the fight.
One man describes crouching down in front of his pick-up truck to avoid gunfire.