The ongoing investigation into the May 17, 2015, Twin Peaks shootout has resulted in the indictment of another biker arrested that day.
A McLennan County grand jury indicted Glenn Allen Walker, 44, from Copperas Cove, on a first-degree felony engaging in organized criminal activity charge Wednesday morning. Court records show Walker was president of the Comandantes, a Bandido support group, at the time of his arrest.
Walker now becomes the 155th person indicted in the Twin Peaks incident. He was among 177 bikers arrested after the shootout and remained in jail under $1 million bond until June 9, 2015, when he negotiated a reduced bond of $25,000 and was released.
The indictment against Walker is identical to those charging the others. The indictment alleges Walker intentionally and knowingly caused the deaths of the nine bikers killed during the melee “by shooting and/or stabbing and/or cutting and/or striking.”
The indictment also alleges a deadly weapon was used, namely “a firearm, and/or a knife or a sharp object and/or a club and/or an asp and/or a whip and/or brass knuckles and/or a chain.”
The indictment also alleges as an underlying offense that Walker committed aggravated assault against the two dozen or more injured that day.
Four of the bikers have trial settings, one in 54th State District Court and three in 19th State District Court.
James Rosas, a welder from Selma and a member of the Valerosos motorcycle group, has a trial setting for Jan. 23. If his trial setting stands, he would be the first biker arrested at Twin Peaks to go to trial.
Jerry Edward Pierson, Christopher Julian Carrizal and his son, Christopher Jacob Carrizal, all Bandidos from Dallas, have a priority trial setting for April 25 in 19th State District Court.