Local, federal authorities raid an Indianapolis motorcycle club
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Authorities from local and federal agencies raided an Indianapolis motorcycle club.
It is being called the largest federal bust of alleged gang activity in the city's history.
More than 300 FBI agents and local police busted into Outlaws Motorcycle Club and seized property from inside.
Police blocked off several streets during the massive raid.
"These law enforcement officials executed 42 arrest warrants, 17 search warrants. All were successfully executed without incident or injury," U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett said.
Police seized 35 guns and assault rifles, money, motorcycles an cars.
There's no word on people agents arrested.
The Outlaws Club has several chapters around the world including 19 states.
There's also chapters in Fort Wayne and Gary.