Liberty shooting suspect is out of jail

      Michaelangelo Gomez

      The man charged in a shooting at a Liberty motorcycle club is out of jail.

      Michaelangelo Gomez posted $25,000 Monday, 10 percent of his $250,000 bond, according to the Adams County Clerk's Office.

      His original bond was $500,000.

      Gomez, 41, is charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder and other charges stemming from the Oct. 27 shooting at the Midwest Percenters Clubhouse on Main Street in Liberty.

      He's scheduled to returned to court Friday for a status hearing.

      Robert Morrell of Hannibal and Timothy Jackson of Roodhouse were struck by bullets, investigators have said.

      Adams County 911 was notified of the shooting about 5:55 a.m. Sheriff Brent Fischer said that the shooting appeared to be related to a personal dispute that happened hours before the incident.

      Jackson was charged in May in connection with a robbery related to the motorcycle club.

      Both of the victims in the October shooting were treated and released from Blessing Hospital. Their injuries were not considered serious.