LAS VEGAS, Nev. – A frightening freeway shootout left 7 wounded in Las Vegas and police say a beef between “rival biker gangs” led to the violence.
It happened Sunday on US-95 according to local news reports. The local Fox affiliate reports: “According to a news release, the preliminarily investigation indicates that those involved are all members or affiliates of rival “Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMG’s),” the Hells Angels and the Vagos.”
Two of those wounded are in critical condition.
Investigators identified three suspects involved in the incident: Richard Devries, 66, Stephen Alo, 46, and Russell Smith, 26. Police say the three men were taken into custody and booked into Henderson Detention Center on the following
6 counts Attempt Murder with a Deadly Weapon
6 counts Battery with use of a Deadly Weapon causing Substantia Bodily Harm(criminal gang enhancement)
6 counts Disharge Gun at/into Occupied Structure/Vehicle (criminal gang enhancement)
1 count Conspiracy to Commit Murder with Deadly Weapon.