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Police Swarm Arizona Town After Biker Shootout

Saturday, 21 Aug 2010 09:16 PM

 

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Dozens of Arizona law enforcement officers have flooded into a small Arizona community after an apparent shootout involving motorcycle gang members.

Yavapai County sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn says four or five people were shot and injured Saturday. One was flown to a Phoenix-area hospital. Their conditions were not immediately known.

No deaths were reported.

An unknown number of people have been detained.

Television images show several dozen men and a few women dressed in biker garb outside a rural home in the Chino Valley area with motorcycles parked alongside. Heavily armed law enforcement officers watched over them.

D'Evelyn says sheriff's dispatchers started receiving calls about the shooting shortly after noon.

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