Final Man Wanted After Outlaws Raid Surrenders

Terrell Lamont Adams Accused In Plan To Sell Cocaine

The final man wanted in connection with sweeping raids of Outlaws motorcycle clubs in Indianapolis and across the Midwest has turned himself in to police, authorities said.

Terrell Lamont Adams, 28, surrendered to U.S. Marshals at the City-County Building early Friday after authorities reached out to his family and friends.


Adams is accused of planning to sell cocaine as a member of the club's Indianapolis chapter.

Forty-two people were indicted in connection with Wednesday morning's raid on federal charges of racketeering, money laundering, illegal gambling, extortion, loan sharking, insurance fraud, tampering with witnesses and drugs, RTV6's Jack Rinehart reported.

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