Mistrial Declared In The First Trial For Twin Peaks Shootout
A mistrial was declared on Friday in the trial of Jacob Carrizal, a biker involved in the 2015 Twin Peaks shootout in Waco, Texas. After more than 14 hours of deliberation, jurors informed the judge that they were deadlocked. Carrizal, who is the president of the Dallas Bandidos chapter, is charged with directing the activities of a criminal street gang and two counts of engaging in organized criminal activity. The shootout, a result of violent previous confrontations between the motorcycle groups the Bandidos and Cossacks, left nine people dead and 20 injured.