3 members of outlaw motorcycle gang indicted for beating, robbing Abilene man

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ABILENE, Texas — Three members of an outlaw motorcycle gang accused of robbing and beating an Abilene man were indicted Thursday.

Daniel Aragon Machado, 36, of Abilene, Justin Nathaniel Aldava, 23, of Abilene and Jesse Lee Trevino, 34, of Merkel, were indicted for aggravated robbery, robbery and engaging in organized criminal activity.

Van West Robinson -- a member of the Kinfolk Motorcycle Club -- rode past the Bandidos' clubhouse in the 1300 block of Butternut Street on July 25.

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According to the indictment, Machado, Aldava and Trevino followed Robinson and tried to kick him off his motorcycle.

They eventually cut him off and surrounded Robinson.

Robinson pulled out a gun and held it at his side.

Robinson said Machado yelled "There are 30 more people coming to get you."

The men also shouted "You can't disrespect the Bandidos!," "This is our turf!," and "We're going to shut you up like we shut Dusty up!," according to the indictment.

Wesley Dale Mason, a former Bandido, is charged with his murder.

Worried that they were going to kill him, Robinson said he holstered his pistol and got on his bike to leave. But Trevino tackled him off the bike and onto the ground.

According to the indictment, Robinson was kicked numerous times in the head, upper shoulder, back, chest, and stomach. as well as kicked and stomped in his hips and knees.

Robinson said he was also punched "numerous times as they held onto his beard."

According to the indictment, Machado, Aldava and Trevino tore off Robinson's Kinfolk Motorcycle Club cut and left.

Robinson said Aldava ran over him on the way out.

Robinson's gun and cell phone were in the cut.

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