Hundreds of weapons found stashed at Waco Twin Peaks crime scene

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WACO, TX - Police say at least 300 weapons were left at the Twin Peaks Restaurant in Waco where nine people died in a massive shootout, including more than 100 guns and about as many knives.

While a representative for Twin Peaks reportedly says that security camera footage (now in police custody) shows no violence starting inside the restaurant, police say crime was happening virtually all over the premises.

As of right now, only one of the 170 suspects has posted bail. Bail was set at $1 million.

One of the suspects, Marty Lewis was a detective and for the San Antonio police department for 32 years.

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