OTTAWA, Ill. -- Three men are charged with felonies after a large-scale street brawl involving two rival motorcycle gangs passing through Ottawa, 80 miles southwest of Chicago.
The fight was captured on drone footage and shows what witnesses say was a brawl between rival biker gangs the Hells Angels and The Outlaws.
Authorities say 50 to 75 bikers were involved.
The altercation occurred around 7: 30 p.m. Sunday.
Ottawa police say they recovered two handguns, multiple knives and other weapons like brass knuckles.
Police say four men were arrested. One was given a citation for expired registration, but three others face felony charges.
39-year-old Christopher Tondini of Morris was charged with unlawfully altering his registration. 53-year-old Robert Thoman of Oak Forest was arrested on complaints of mob action, and possession of brass knuckles, a broken glass bottle and bringing a gun into a bar. The most serious charges are against 38-year-old Eric Cronin. He was arrested for mob action and assaulting a police officer with a knife.