- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 8, 2015

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Police in Charlotte say they have figured out who killed five members of the Outlaw gang at their clubhouse more than 35 years ago.

Police told local media on Wednesday that they have concluded that two men who died years ago were responsible for the July 4, 1979 shootings.

The victims were 22-year-old William Allen, 31-year-old William Droneburg, 17-year-old Bridgette Benfield, 30-year-old Leonard Henderson and 28-year-old Randall Feazell.

Police said testimony and evidence that has been collected showed that Gregory Scott Lindaman and Randy Allen Pigg killed the gang members.

Lindaman was killed in a wreck in Houston in 1990. Pigg died from liver failure in 2007.

Investigators say the men were considered suspects at the time but they did not have enough evidence to charge them.

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