http://www.wacotrib.com/news/breaki...cle_37addf70-e4e5-505a-98b4-ecbef08a2a87.html ATE, 4:00 p.m.: At least nine people are confirmed dead in a shooting around noon Sunday at Twin Peaks restaurant, said Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton. All of the fatalities are members of biker gangs. No patrons, servers or law enforcement officials were killed, Swanton said. There is a very significant increase in law enforcement in McLennan County right now, Swanton said. Local, county, state and federal agencies are involved in investigations into the biker gangs. DPS and intelligence agents were working on the investigation long before today and Waco police have been aware of the inquest for more than a month, said Swanton. Twin Peaks and Don Carlos were closed down after the shooting, and witnesses are being questioned on the scene and at the police department, according to the sergeant. “The management wanted them here,” Swanton said of Twin Peaks officials. “Management knew that there were issues, and we were here, but they continued to let those groups of people into their business.” Numerous people have been detained, but it is not clear how many people have been taken into custody. “A lot of innocent people could have been injured today,” Swanton said. “These are very dangerous, hostile criminal biker gangs.” There were at least three rival gangs on the scene when the shooting occurred, Swanton said, though he did not immediately provide the names of the gangs. At least 12 Waco officers, including a SWAT team, and other DPS troopers were at Twin Peaks or in the immediate area when the incident broke out. Waco police officers moved in and did fire rounds during the incident, Swanton said, praising their quick response. “Their action has saved lives by keeping this from spilling into a busy Sunday morning,” he said. Eight people were confirmed dead on the scene and one other at the hospital, Swanton added. Helicopters continued to fly overhead about 4 p.m., and officials asked citizens not to come near the area.