Three of the people arrested in Sunday's biker gang brawl in Waco, Texas, were mistakenly released on $50,000 bond, the sheriff told a CNN reporter Tuesday. After the shootout at the Twin Peaks restaurant that left nine dead, nearly 200 people from at least five motorcycle gangs were charged with engaging in organized crime.
A judge on Monday set bail at $1 million for each of the people detained. Sheriff Parnell McNamara said the suspects were booked into the McLennan County Jail or transferred to other facilities. The gun battle was expected to go down as the bloodiest among biker gangs in the U.S. None of the 27 people wounded or killed in the fight were bystanders or law enforcement, although the bikers allegedly opened fire on police and SWAT teams that arrived to break up the melee.