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Last of Outlaws motorcycle gang surrenders during manhunt

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Last of Outlaws wanted in raid surrenders The last of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club suspects who evaded authorities during a raid Wednesday turned himself at 4 a.m. today, authorities said. Terrell Lamont Adams, 28, was wanted in connection with a plan to sell cocaine as a member of the Indianapolis chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club. He made arrangements to turn himself in at the Indianapolis City-County Building this morning, said Tim Horty, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office. "He was influenced by family and friends to turn himself in," Horty said. Fifteen U.S. marshals pursued Adams for nearly 48 hours after the FBI and other law enforcement agencies raided the Outlaws’ clubhouse on East New York Street on Wednesday morning. Forty-one people associated with the gang were arrested on federal charges ranging from mail fraud to money laundering. They likely will have detention hearings next week. -- MIchael Boren Earlier -- U.S. marshals seek Outlaws motorcycle gang member who got away after raid U.S. marshals are still looking for one member of a motorcycle gang after his cohorts were arrested Wednesday. Terrell Lamont Adams, 28, is wanted in connection with a plan to sell cocaine as a member of the Indianapolis chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies raided the Outlaws’ clubhouse on East New York Street on Wednesday morning. Forty-one people associated with the gang were arrested on federal charges ranging from mail fraud to money laundering. They likely will have detention hearings next week, said Tim Horty, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Indianapolis. Adams was the only one who evaded authorities. The law enforcement agencies tried to arrest everyone at dawn in hopes that no one would get away, said Kerry Forestal, U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Indiana, which includes Indianapolis. “They were hit simultaneously,” he said, “so before people are out of bed they’re in custody.”

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