LAS VEGAS (AP) - With a Hells Angels motorcycle club chief from
California dead, two rival Vagos wounded and one Hells Angels
member in jail, police in northern Nevada are using video and witness accounts to identify assailants in a deadly weekend casino shooting in Sparks.
Deputy Sparks Police Chief Brian Allen said Monday that local, state and federal investigators are working together to head off retaliation in Nevada or California - the home state of most of those involved in the late Friday shooting at John Ascuaga's Nugget.
Allen says about 60 Vagos and a dozen Hells Angels members are
seen on casino videotapes before, during and after the shooting.
He says the drive-by wounding of a motorcyclist in Sparks on
Saturday morning might be connected with the casino shooting.
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