- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 13, 2017

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The 62-year-old leader of the Bandidos motorcycle club in Fort Worth has received a 45-year prison sentence in the death of a rival gang member at a Fort Worth bar.

Howard Baker was sentenced to 40 years each for murder and engaging in organized crime and 45 years for directing a criminal street gang. State District Judge George Gallagher ordered the sentences to be served simultaneously.

A Tarrant County jury had convicted Baker of killing Ghost Riders motorcycle club member Geoff Brady in December 2014.


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