Archive | November, 2017

Stuart Motorcycle,SPEED WAS A FACTOR

STUART — A 27-year-old man died  after a motorcycle crash north of the old Roosevelt Bridge, a Stuart police spokesman said.

The bridge tender called police at 2:01 a.m. to report a crash happened just north of the bridge, police Sgt. Brian Bossio said.

More: Motorcycle rider dead after crash in St. Lucie West

When police arrived they found Kyle Williams, of Jensen Beach, dead.

“It appears that speed was a factor,” Bossio said.

Bossio said Williams had been traveling north on a Kawasaki motorcycle before he left the road and crashed.

Motorcycle deputy seriously injured after being struck by a wood pallet IN Florida Keys

Two Monroe County Sheriff’s Office motorcycle deputies were injured — one seriously — after a pallet of wood flew off a passing pickup truck and hit them Thursday morning in Lower Matecumbe Key.

One of the deputies, Darren Jensen, 27, suffered a significant leg injury from the wood and had to be airlifted to Ryder Trauma Center in Miami for treatment, said Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Kathleen McKinney. The other deputy, Greg Korzen, 43, was taken to Mariners Hospital in Tavernier for treatment, but his injuries were not as severe as the one suffered by his colleague.

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New trial date set for of Twin Peaks biker after jury deadlocked

WACO, Texas (KWTX) After a mistrial was declared last week, a spring 2018 trial date has been set for the first defendant to go on trial in the deadly Twin Peaks shootout.

The retrial date for Christopher “Jake” Carrizal, 36, will be April 2, the court coordinator for Waco’s 54th District Court said.

“We’ll be ready,” McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna said Tuesday.

Attempts to reach Carrizal’s attorney, Casie Gotro, were unsuccessful.

A mistrial was declared in the case after the jury couldn’t come to any agreement on the three gang-related charges on which Carrizal was indicted in connection with the 2015 biker shootout at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant.

“At the end of the day they couldn’t, there wasn’t enough evidence that the Dallas Chapter, and specifically Jake Carrizal, had committed any violence against any person that wasn’t self-defense,” Gotro said Friday in response to the ruling.

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Motorcyclist dies after crashing into home

A 49-year-old Harley rider who crashed into a house earlier this month in northwest Houston died Saturday from injuries, he sustained after he slammed into a brick house.

He was rushed to the Hospital where he held on until Saturday at which time he was pronounced dead. His identity has not yet been released.

The investigation is still ongoing, but police said it’s believed alcohol may have been a factor in the wreck.

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Motorcycle and School Bus Tangle

Exact details where not fourth coming but this is what we do know. One student and two staff members were on board the yellow Southeast Delco School District bus at the time, the district said in a prepared statement.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the motorcycle driver and to all those affected by this accident,” the district said.

No word yet on the condition of the biker.

Twin Peaks Biker Trial ends in Mistrial

WACO, Texas (KWTX) A mistrial was declared Friday afternoon in the trial of the first Twin Peaks shootout defendant after jurors reached consensus on one of three counts late Friday morning, but told the judge they could not agree on the other two.

Jurors sent a note to the judge at around 11:15 a.m. that said there was no chance they could reach a verdict on the other two counts against Jacob Carrizal, 35.

The mistrial was declared two years to the day after Carrizal and 96 other bikers arrested on the day of the shootout were named in the first round of indictments handed up in the case.

Carrizal, the president of the Dallas chapter of the Bandidos, is accused of directing activities of a street gang, engaging in organized criminal activity with the underlying offense of murder and engaging in organized criminal activity with the underlying offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the May 17, 2015 shootout that left nine bikers dead and more than 20 injured.

The note said some jurors are willing to wait…..

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