Jeffrey Jethro Pettigrew of Hells Angels was killed

Jeffrey "Jethro" Pettigrew, 51, leader of the San Jose, California chapter of the Hells Angels and San Jose city employee was shot to death during a shootout between the infamous gang and the Vagos motrocycle club at John Ascuaga's Nugget hotel-casino in Sparks, Nevada.
Jeffrey Jethro Pettigrew
Police said a second shooting occurred at 10:49 a.m. on Saturday. A Hells Angels leader was shot dead and two members of the rival Vagos motorcycle club were injured, in a shooting at Nevada casino, authorities said.
Jeffrey Jethro Pettigrew
Jeffrey "Jethro" Pettigrew, 51, the president of the San Jose chapter of the Hell's Angels motorcycle club, was killed at John Ascuaga's Nugget hotel-casino in Sparks, Nev. late Friday.

According to the police report, Villagrana was observed on videotape shooting into the crowd during the incident, but police don't believe he fired the shot that killed Pettigrew.

Second Shooting in Sparks Prompts State of Emergency

Police are investigating any possible links with the Nugget shooting Friday.

The second shooting prompted the city to declare a state of emergency.

"In light of a shooting involving rival members of motorcycle clubs at a Spark Casino Friday night, and a subsequent drive-by shooting on Victorian Avenue in Sparks this morning, a state-of-emergency has been declared by the City. Two members of a rival gang to Hells Angels were injuring in the casino shooting, authorities said. It involved members of Hells Angels and the Vagos motorcycle clubs, there for the annual event. Shots were fired near Trader Dick's bar inside the casino, police said. Also, authorities haven't made arrests in connection with the two Vagos gang members shot.