The FBI raided the Fort Wayne Outlaw Motorcycle club last summer. However, the chapter house, 1202 W. Main, appears to be occupied. New signs are up and neighbors say they have seen activity in recent months.
Last summer federal agents, raided several chapters of the motorcycle club, known as the Outlaws. In July, the
Recently, a sign reappeared on the chapter's clubhouse building near downtown.
"You can see from the side how there's the sign hanging up, you see them coming in and out," said neighbor Dylan High.
"The sign went back up about a month ago," said neighbor Helen Ulery.
It's clear that the Outlaws signs are back on the Fort Wayne Chapter house on the 1200 block of
"We're disappointed that the signs are back," said Tim Horty, a spokesperson with U.S Attorney's Office.
Horty says the government is trying to take control of the Outlaw chapter houses raided last summer.
"Any building that is used in a criminal enterprise can be forfeited and if that is successful on our part those buildings will become part of the
We asked Horty if the new signs mean the outlaws are back in business.
"We are watching and are vigilant for any illegal activity but the fact they are back, I'll let your viewers decide," said Horty.
"Every weekend for a month straight my house got broken into when go to work at night," said Ulery.
Ulery says she's worried about the safety of the neighborhood if the outlaws are back together.
"They are the way they are because all their lives those types of people have been in trouble with the law so it would take a lot of doing for those type of people to change," said Ulery.