The McLennan County, Texas grand jury that indicted 106 people after convening for about nine hours on November 10 is expected to indict more innocent people this week. The indictments could be announced as early as today.
In the last round of justice Waco style the jury indicted 97 men who had been arrested last May 17 following a brawl at the Twin Peaks restaurant that left nine men dead and 21 wounded. Nine more men who escaped the mass arrests were indicted under seal. Eight of them have now been taken into custody.
Those eight are: Cory McAlister, Christopher Carrizal Sr., Jerry Edward Pierson, Paul Russell Miller, Ray Asbary Nelson, Jeffrey Veillon, Clifford Pearce, and James Caffey. All are charged with engaging in organized criminal activity.
A ninth and unidentified defendant indicted last month remains unaware of the charges against him and so is at large.
Local authorities have repeatedly told the press that the last unnamed indictee is a fugitive evading capture. County Sheriff Parnell McNamara refers to the man as “fugitive biker number nine,” McNamara has told the local newspaper “He will be captured. We will catch him. We will leave no stone unturned.”