Three Lubbock Bandidos Stabbed in Arkansas Fight - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/30/07

Three Lubbock Bandidos Stabbed in Arkansas Fight

Six members of the Hell's Angels face battery charges in Arkansas after four rivals from Texas were stabbed and beaten.

Arkansas state police spokesman, Bill Sadler, says four Bandidos were stabbed there Sunday. Officials aren't sure what sparked the fight.

All four victims are expected to survive. They're identified as Isidro Savala Zerrata Junior, 49, of Lubbock; David Thomas Wood, 38, of Amarillo; Keith Allen Miller, 60, of Lubbock, and Thomas Goodnight, of Lubbock.

Six Hell's Angels are held in the Carroll County, Arkansas, jail on first-degree battery charges.

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