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Rival motorcycle gangs involved in Nevada highway shootout that injured 7

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Stephen Alo, Richard Devries, and Russell Smith – Henderson Police


Las Vegas Sun

Seven people were injured Sunday following a highway shooting in Henderson involving members of the rival Vagos and Hells Angels motorcycle gangs, Henderson Police said Monday.

The shooting at 11:50 a.m. shuttered the U.S. 95 near the College Drive for hours in both directions for the investigation, police said.

Officials say three have been booked at the Henderson Detention Center on charges of attempted murder and criminal gang enhancement. They include: Richard Devries, 66; Stephen Alo, 46; and Russell Smith, 26.

Six subjects were transported to local hospitals with wounds, officials said in a news release. Two subjects were said to be in critical condition.

A seventh person involved in the incident self-transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

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