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By Darian Trotter Fox San Antonio Facebook New Braunfels - Now to the latest on that deadly Waco biker brawl.One biker has met the 1-million dollar bond and was released from jail Thursday. Meantime 169 remain in jail.According to the Associated press, more than 115 of them, have never been convicted of a crime before.9 people were killed during that brawl. 5 of them had previous convictions in Texas, and one was a Vietnam veteran, who had received the Purple Heart.Authorities have also confirmed, one of those killed was from New Braunfels.Thursday members of the San Antonio community are doing what they can to recover from the tragedy.He was remembered at "bike night" event at the Harley Davidson dealership in New Braunfels.Darian Trotter has details. Members of San Antonio's motorcycle community are still reeling over last weekend bar brawl and shooting that killed nine bikers and injured 18 others. "What happened is tragic we lost a good friend we lost a customer up in Waco," said Trevor Bird of Gruene Harley Davidson of New Braunfels. "It's a shame it's a waste of human life," Roy Barnett said. Roy Barnett owns and operates a biker bar in Selma. He says bikers have been and will always be welcome but he's not sure if he wants to continue hosting a large meetings like the one that spiraled out of control at Twin Peaks in Waco. "Until this blows over or whatever I think I just want to stay neutral and I don't want to lose my business," Barnett said. At Gruene Harley Davidson in New Braunfels tragedy hits close to home because one of the bikers killed in Waco lived here and was known to many as "MoHawk." Thursday they gather to reflect and console one another. "I think our staff and the community is grieving so yeah being able to come together and listen to some good music and hang out and enjoy some laughter it is important tonight and to remember why we ride I think that's important too." The management team at Gruene Harley Davidson has planned "A Ride to Remember" in memory of fallen Marines. The event is set for 9:30am, Saturday, May 23rd. For more information call Gruene Harley Davidson (210) 823-2359
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