Greeley police look for suspects in biker brawl

GREELEY, Colo. - The Greeley Police Department said it is working to identify suspects in a biker gang stabbing at a sports bar Thursday night.

Officers were called to the RoadKill Sports Grill at the Greeley Mall at 9:30 p.m. on a report of a fight and shooting.  Upon arrival, officers found more than 100 people in the parking lot who had been attending a "Bike Night" event sponsored by the business.

During the event, which takes place in the parking lot, rival gang members from Hell's Angels, Sons of Silence and Silent Warriors were involved in a large fight, police said.

Two people were knifed during the fight, according to police.  As the groups were fleeing the scene, a member of Hell's Angels pulled a pistol and fired two rounds into a rival gang member's motorcycle, police said.  In addition, another person fired several rounds into the air.

On Friday, the Roadkill Sports Grill was served with a motion to suspend its liquor license for a period not to exceed 15 days. A show cause hearing for the business will be scheduled to review the incident to determine if they are eligible to retain their liquor license.

Greeley Police Chief Jerry Garner stated that incidents of this nature will not be tolerated within the city. He also thanked the Weld County Sheriff's Office and the Evans Police Department for their assistance in the investigation.

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