Third day of testimony underway in first Twin Peaks trial

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WACO, Texas (KWTX) A third day of testimony is underway in the first trial of a biker charged in the deadly May 2015 shootout at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant.

Christopher Jacob Carrizal. (Photo by John Carroll)

Christopher Jacob Carrizal, 35, the president of the Dallas chapter of the Bandidos motorcycle club, is accused of directing activities of a street gang, engaging in organized criminal activity with the underlying offense of murder and engaging in organized criminal activity with the underlying offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The May 17, 2015 shootout between rival biker gangs at the Twin Peaks restaurant at the Central Texas Marketplace shopping center in Waco left nine bikers dead and more than 20 others injured.

1 p.m. update

Trial recessed until Monday morning. After jury left the courtroom around 12:20 p.m. Defense attorney Casie Gotro told the judge she was not given all the cellphones that the expert witness had. District Attorney Abel Reyna and Assistant DA Michael Jarrett disagreed and told the judge "we have given her everything that the witness has reviewed"

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