3rd Victim Dies In VFW Shooting In Central Florida

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) — All three members of a motorcycle club who were shot outside a Veterans of Foreign Wars post in central Florida last week have died.

Authorities said victim Dave Jakiela died Tuesday, two days after being hospitalized in the shooting that occurred Sunday morning as members of a chapter of the Warlocks motorcycle club were meeting at the VFW for a charity ride.

Other bikers showed up and gunfire erupted shortly afterward. Harold Liddle and Peter Schlette were both hit with shots and killed.

Victor Amaro, Robert Eckert, David Maloney and Paul Smith were all being held early Tuesday on two counts of homicide and one count of attempted homicide.

The FBI and DEA are assisting Winter Springs Police in the investigation. They are all still trying to determine a motive.

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