3rd Warlocks MC member dies following VFW shooting



SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - A third Warlocks Motorcycle Club member has died following a shooting at a Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Winter Springs on Sunday.

David "Dresser" Jakiela was shot in the head and was pronounced dead on Tuesday.

The other victims were identified as Harold Liddle and Peter “Hormone” Schlette. Both were pronounced dead at the scene.

Police continue to piece together what happened Sunday morning during what one witness called a "firefight.''

Police reports reveal Philadelphia Warlocks MC members were meeting at a VFW post on Edgemon Avenue for a charity poker run, and gunfire started when the unaffiliated Orlando Warlocks showed up to attend the event.

Investigators said they recovered a total of 36 weapons from that shootout, including guns, knives and other weapons.

“We recovered 13 firearms and 23 edged weapons,” said Lt. Doug Seely.

Investigators arrested David “Tinman” Maloney, 52, Victor “Pancho” Amaro, 41, Robert “Willy” Eckert, 38, and Paul Smith, 47.

According to police, each of the men is charged with two counts of second-degree homicide and one count of attempted homicide. All four suspects are being held in the Seminole County Jail without bond.