One of the men killed in Sunday’s shootout in Waco lived in Keller, and another had Fort Worth and Arlington addresses, records show.
Matthew Mark Smith, 27, had lived in Keller and North Richland Hills, area police said. He had no criminal history in Tarrant County.
Smith attended Fossil Ridge High School, Tarrant County College, and worked on the Geek Squad, a mobile electronics support company, according to his Facebook page.
Smith was fatally shot in the chest, according to an autopsy performed at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas.
Condolences poured in Tuesday on Facebook for him and Wayne Lee Campbell, 43.
According to his Facebook page, Campbell and Smith were friends. Their Facebook pages indicate that the two were members of the Cossacks.
Campbell of Rowlett also had lived in Fort Worth and Arlington, records show. He was shot in the head and trunk, according to the preliminary autopsy report.
Campbell had a family and had worked in an auto yard, his attorney, Steven Hayden of Dallas, said Tuesday.
“I’m dumbfounded,” he said. “I thought he was a nice guy. He wasn’t much of a troublemaker.”
Hayden said he never saw Campbell ride a motorcycle or wear motorcycle garb.
“I had some interaction with him about eight months ago because he was trying to get a temporary driver’s license,” Hayden said. “But he was going to have some problems.”
Campbell was arrested in 2007 in North Richland Hills for assault with bodily injury/family and was sentenced to 45 days. He was sentenced to 60 days in 2012 for driving while intoxicated in Haltom City, records showed.
Hayden represented Campbell in 2013 on a misdemeanor charge of driving without a valid driver’s license. Court records showed that he served just a day in jail.
According to Star-Telegram archives, Campbell was the former owner of Square Deal Iron & Metal, a Fort Worth salvage yard accused of buying vehicles without titles. The salvage yard was at the center of a police auto theft investigation in late 2008 that led to seven arrests and 22 criminal cases.
Campbell was arrested on two Class A misdemeanor warrants. The disposition of the case could not be learned on Tuesday.
The names of the others killed and their causes of their deaths are:
Richard Vincent Kirshner, 47, gunshots.
Jacob Lee Rhyne, 39, shot in the neck.
Daniel Raymond Boyett, 44, shot in the head.
Charles Wayne Russell, 46, shot in the chest.
Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, shot in the head and trunk.
Richard Matthew Jordan II, 31, shot in the head.
Manuel Issac Rodriguez, 40, gunshots.
Star-Telegram staff writer Bill Hanna contributed to this report, which includes material from Star-Telegram archives.
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