A fight that broke out in the wee hours Nov. 25 in the Tiki Time Bar parking lot left four people injured and resulted in several unidentified males trying to break into a home on North Latta Street in Murray.
Cass County deputies were dispatched to Tiki Time Bar, 9661 Renee Ave Ste 1, at 12:25 a.m. Saturday in response to the fight, which involved several people. Upon arrival, all but one person involved in the fight had fled the scene. The person, a 26-year-old from Plattsmouth, was injured but refused assistance from the rescue squad and declined to file a report for assault.
Deputies pulled into the 75 Mart Parking lot across the street from the parking lot where they observed the crowd as it dispersed.
The deputies determined the young male was a motorcycle gang prospect who lost his cut (patch) or his vest bearing the gang’s colors.
The 26 year old made several threats as he left the area and had no contact with law enforcement while they were near the scene.
At 3.33 a.m., deputies were dispatched regarding the fight to a residence on North Latta Street in Murray. When deputies arrived they discovered several males wearing Valhalla Motorcycle Club gang attire prowling around the home.
Previous to their arrival, they had been advised the males were banging on the doors and attempting to gain entry to the home. These males told deputies they were at the house to “get their property,” the missing biker vest from the bar fight.
The occupant of the resident, however, did not have the property.