Appleton Police release video of motorcycle club rivalry shooting

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(video) --- APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) - Appleton Police have released video of a shooting they say is a result of a conflict between rival motorcycle clubs.

The shooting happened Aug. 18 at the intersection of W. Prospect Avenue and S. Memorial Drive.

Video shows a man on a motorcycle fire multiple shots from a handgun at a truck turning north on S. Memorial Drive.

The biker is joined by several other motorcyclists. They are seen leaving the area west on W. Prospect Ave.

Appleton Police say the biker and the driver of the truck belong to rival motorcycle clubs.

Investigators would like to know if the man in the truck was hurt.

"The Appleton Police Department has made it a practice to not release video of a crime; however, we feel it is imperative for community members to understand the dangers presented by the behvior of certain individuals associating with motorcycle clubs in our community," reads a statement from Appleton Police. "A shooting, occurring in a residential neighborhood, in a high traffic area, cannot be tolerated by our community."

The shooting happened at about 4:15 p.m.

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