The FBI served two search warrants in
The Raid was part of the largest federal gang bust in the history of the state.
The FBI served 42 arrest warrant and 17 search warrants across the state.
The FBI started building their case against the Outlaw Motorcycle Club back in 2009 and today 35 guns, a kilo of Cocaine and over a dozen motorcycles were seized.
FBI AGENTS spent the morning collecting evidence from the Outlaw club house after the initial raid.
Tim Horty, of the U.S attorney's office said this morning's raid was a long time coming.
'It's probably been a year in the making and today was the culmination of all of it and we feel comfortable that we have disrupted a very significant what we think of as a gang," said Horty.
An indictment filed today charges the club with 37 different counts including, money laundering, wire/mail fraud, violence, racketeering and gambling.
Neighbors who woke up early to what is being described as a flash bang say they are glad to see the Outlaws gone.
"There's kids who play in the neighborhood and to see the motorcycle activity decrease will definitely be nice so we are looking forward to the neighborhood calming down a little bit," said Darrick Costello, a neighbor of the Outlaw clubhouse.
"My house got broken into and I still to this day think some of them are responsible for it I don't feel that all of them are totally likable," said Helen Ulery, a neighbor of the Outlaw clubhouse.
If it's to clean up the neighborhood I'm all for it we need a clean neighborhood and we live in a pretty good neighborhood," said Ken Richardson, a neighbor of the outlaw clubhouse.
"They would wind up over here in my yard and using my fence as a bathroom, said Ulery.
Of the 42 search warrants everyone has been arrested except for one.
In a press conference held earlier today in