Man held after two shot, killed outside San Bernardino bar

SAN BERNARDINO >> A barroom argument Sunday evening ended with two men dead and a third in custody, all three of them allegedly members of an outlaw biker gang.

The shooting took place in the parking lot of the Sports Page, located at 1225 E. Lynwood Dr. The incident was reported to San Bernardino police at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday.

“There was an altercation in the bar that spilled out into the parking lot,” said Lt. Mike Madden, with the San Bernardino Police Department. “It looks like the suspect and victims all knew each other.”

Scott Gardner, 45, of Bloomington, and Brian Davis, 43, of San Bernardino, later died after being taken to a local hospital.

“The suspect then fled the location on his motorcycle and later in the evening, turned himself into the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department Morongo Station,” Madden said.

Beau Gabriel Hempel, 38, of Joshua Tree, was arrested on two counts of murder.

He’s currently being held at West Valley Detention Center, without the possibility of bail.

“All of the involved parties are members of the same outlaw motorcycle gang,” Madden said.

 

 

All three are reportedly members of the Vagos Motorcycle Club.

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