Texas Department of Public Safety troopers were stationed in different areas of the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center as the trial for the Fort Worth president of the Bandidos motorcycle gang began on Monday.
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers were stationed in different areas of the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center as the trial for the Fort Worth president of the Bandidos motorcycle gang began on Monday. Mitch Mitchell Star-Telegram
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers were stationed in different areas of the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center as the trial for the Fort Worth president of the Bandidos motorcycle gang began on Monday. Mitch Mitchell Star-Telegram

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