BULLETIN: El Paso Bandidos President Juan Martinez, 61, HAS REPORTEDLY EXPIRED DUE TO WOUNDS HE RECEIVED IN THIS ATTACK.
El Paso Del Norte – New developments depict scenes from a biker war the Bandidos have declared does not exist.
Authorities say the President of the local Bandidos chapter, wounded in an attack by a member of the Kinfolk Motorcycle Club on Sunday, is charged and on bond for a shooting that took place in August 2016 at the Hot Chicks Bar in this city.
That shooting involved another club not named in court papers, according to published reports.
Police arrested Javier Gonzalez, 34, a man they identified as a member of Kinfolk Motorcycle Club, in an attack on four Bandidos at Mulligan’s Chopped Hog Bar on Sunday, July 30.
He is held on $650,000 bond.
According to published reports, Gonzalez is accused of firing into a group of Bandidos and wounding El Paso Bandidos President Juan Martinez, 61, Ballardo Salcido, 49, both of whom suffered life-threatening injuries. Juan Vega-Rivera, 35 and David Villalobos, 47, sustained non-life threatening injuries in the shooting.
In a press conference, Bandidos U.S.A. President Clifton ‘Dozer’ Roberts, said one of the injured is possibly paralyzed.