Justice of the Peace Releases Names and Preliminary Autopsy Reports in Waco Shootings

The Justice of the Peace in Waco has released the names and preliminary autopsy reports for the nine bikers killed in Sunday's shooting involving rival motorcycle gangs at Twin Peaks restaurant.

Preliminary autopsy reports released by Walter H. "Pete" Peterson show the nine people killed all died of gunshot wounds.

The reports provided by a McLennan County justice of the peace show the nine men ranged in age from 27 to 65, and some were shot in the head, neck or torso. Their deaths have all been ruled homicides

Richard Vincent Kirshner Jr., 47
Cause of death: Gunshot Wounds
Last known address: Richardson

Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39
Cause of death: Gunshot wound of the neck
Last known address: Ranger

Wayne Lee Campbell, 43
Cause of death: Gunshot wound of the head into the trunk
Last known address: Rowlett

Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44
Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds of the head
Last known address: Waco

Charles Wayne Russell, 46
Cause of death: Gunshot wound to the chest
Last known address: Winona

Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65
Cause of death: Gunshot wound to the head and trunk

Richard Matthew Jordan II, 31
Cause of death: Gunshot wound to the head

Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40
Cause of death: Gunshot wounds
Last known address: Allen

Matthew Mark Smith, 27

Cause of death: Gunshot wounds to the trunk

Police have said all the dead were members of two of the five biker gangs that gathered for a meeting Sunday at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner's Office performed the autopsies.

Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton also said that of the 18 injured, seven remain hospitalized. He described their conditions as stable and improving.

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