Six of nine bikers named in sealed indictments last week for their alleged roles in the Twin Peaks shootout have surrendered to authorities.
The nine were among 106 bikers indicted Nov. 10 on first-degree felony engaging in organized criminal activity charges. The nine were indicted under seal because they had not been arrested before the grand jury session.
Christopher Carrizal Sr., 50, of Dallas; Jerry Edward Pierson, 49, of Dallas; and Paul Russell Miller, 39, of Gholson, turned themselves in Tuesday and were booked into the McLennan County Jail.
Ray Asbary Nelson, 42, of Waco; Jeffrey Veillon, 53, of Wylie; and Clifford Pearce, 52, of Waco, surrendered to authorities Monday.
All had been released from jail by Tuesday night on bonds ranging from $125,000 to $40,000, according to county records.
A McLennan County grand jury is scheduled to meet again Wednesday but is not expected to take up the 80 cases that remain from the Twin Peaks shootout.
Nine bikers were killed and 20 others were wounded in the clash of rival groups May 17 during a Sunday noon-hour meeting of biker groups at the now-shuttered restaurant.