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Indictments continue to decrease as judge dismisses 62 Twin Peaks cases

The list of people still under indictment for their alleged roles in the Twin Peaks shootout continues to shrink.

waco — A 19th district court judge dismissed 62 Twin Peaks shootout cases Tuesday, leaving just 32 left out of more than 150 indictments, according to the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office.

Among those dismissed is Christopher Julian Carrizal, the father of Jake Carrizal who was tried in November 2017. Carrizal is the only biker to be tried three years after the shootout. His trial ended with a hung jury.

On Monday, a judge signed off on a motion to dismiss the charges against high-profile defendant Matthew Clendennan for his alleged role in the shootout.

Four other cases were not accepted for dismissal.

A total of 118 cases have been dismissed so far.