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2nd suspect arrested in fatal shooting at Fort Worth bar

Howard Wayne Baker, 59, of Fort Worth is accused in a fatal shooting at a Riverside bar. Baker is a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, according to police.
Howard Wayne Baker, 59, of Fort Worth is accused in a fatal shooting at a Riverside bar. Baker is a member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, according to police. Fort Worth Police Department

A second suspect in a fatal shooting at the Gator’s Jam Inn bar over the weekend was arrested Monday, police reported.

Robert Stover, 47, of River Oaks was arrested at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the shooting death of Geoffrey Brady, 41, of Arlington.

Brady was shot Friday following an altercation between motorcycle gang members at the bar at 2813 Race St. in Fort Worth, according to police.

Stover was released from the Manfield jail on Monday after posting bond on $100,000 bail. He faces a murder charge. His mug shot was not available.

Howard Wayne Baker, 59, of Fort Worth, was arrested Saturday in Brady’s killing. He was released from jail Sunday night after posting bond on $100,000 bail.

The men are both members of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, said Cpl. Tracey Knight, a Fort Worth police spokeswoman.

Two men wounded during the brawl — a 44-year-old man and a 32-year-old man — have been released from a hospital, she said.

It wasn’t clear Monday whether more arrests are expected.

The bar is on Race Street between Sylvania Avenue and the intersection of East Belknap Street and Riverside Drive. — Monica S. Nagy

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