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Albuquerque police swarmed Knockouts at Third Street and Central Avenue late Monday night after a bloody fight in the club's back alley landed four people in a hospital.

Thursday, 10 March 2011

members of the Banditos biker gang that has been around the city for a long time. Investigators said the gang has been quiet for several years, and now that one of the members is behind bars, authorities are worried his fellow gang members could retaliate.
Albuquerque police swarmed Knockouts at Third Street and Central Avenue late Monday night after a bloody fight in the club's back alley landed four people in a hospital.
Police said Halmayr and his friend attacked two brothers leaving the club. A police report said Halmayr threw a bottle at them and pulled out a knife to attack the men. But one of the brothers grabbed the weapon and stabbed Halmayr 20 times in self-defense, police said.
Police said Halmayr was arrested in connection with the incident, but they still have a lot of questions about the case. Police said the biker gang's members don't typically go downtown, and their crimes haven't been frequent.
“I'm not aware of anything they've been involved in recently or that we've come across,” said Trish Hoffman, of the Albuquerque Police Department.
Hoffman said they are still investigating if the incident was gang-related or an isolated incident.
Police said all four men were treated at hospitals across Albuquerque. Halmayr was taken to the Metropolitan Detention Center and was facing a number of charges, including aggravated battery with great bodily harm.
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