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Outlaws MC in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Raided

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September 16, 2015
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Outlaws MC in Fort Wayne, Indiana raided

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Outlaws MC in Fort Wayne, Indiana raided

Outlaws Motorcycle Clubhouse in Fort Wayne Indiana[/caption]The Outlaws Motorcycle Club clubhouse in Fort Wayne, was raided early on 16 September, 2015. From Wane News:FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The infamous Outlaws motorcycle club clubhouse on West Main Street was raided by city, state and federal agencies early Wednesday.Federal agents, including members of the U.S. Marshals, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, as well as Fort Wayne Police Department officers, pushed into the clubhouse at West Main and Cherry streets sometime before 8:30 a.m. According to a release from the U.S. Marshals Service, federal agents seized the clubhouse in the raid.The Marshals Service said the raid and seizure came out of a criminal case being worked in the Southern District of Indiana. A final order of forfeiture for the property was ordered by the federal court on June 16.The raid went on without an incident, the Marshals Service said. Neighbors told The News-Sentinel they hadn’t seen any Outlaws members there for two weeks and no one was seen being brought out of the building.See the whole story.


According to the Chicago Tribune in 2012:INDIANAPOLIS, July 11 (Reuters) - Authorities arrested 42

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members of the notorious Outlaws Motorcycle Club in three U.S.Midwestern states on Wednesday, seizing their Indianapolisclubhouse and claiming to have struck a blow against itsfar-flung criminal enterprises.The Outlaws Motorcycle Club has more than 1,700 membersbelonging to 176 chapters in the United States and in 12countries, and competes for members and territory with theinfamous Hells Angels, according to the U.S. Justice Department.In a 77-count indictment unsealed on Wednesday, members ofthe Outlaws were charged with racketeering, mail fraud, moneylaundering, extortion, drug violations, wire fraud, witnesstampering and running an illegal gambling operation.The year-long investigation of the gang employed anundercover officer, wire taps and drug buys, authorities said.[mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]

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