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GATESVILLE (AP) – A motorcyclist killed in a crash as he was speeding away from police on what authorities say was a stolen bike has been identified as one of the bikers indicted in the deadly May 2015 shooting at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco.

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Authorities in Gatesville say 29-year-old Trey Alston Short, of Temple, was killed Friday night when his motorcycle reported stolen in June in Waco collided at high speed with a minivan. Police in the town about 35 miles west of Waco had attempted to pull him over. About a minute later, he collided with the van, turning it over and throwing him from the bike.

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Short was among bikers indicted last November for the shootout involving rival biker gangs and police. Nine people were killed and 20 injured.

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