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ATF Baltimore offering $10,000 for info leading to arrest of alleged Triple C gang founder

Posted at 6:36 PM, Jun 07, 2021

BALTIMORE — The ATF is offering $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of Gary Creek, the alleged founder of Baltimore's Triple C gang.

Creek was scheduled to turn himself into federal authorities on June 3 after he was indicted on racketeering and drug conspiracy charges as part of an ongoing investigation.

He was out on pre-trial release on other federal charges and had been ordered to be under the supervision of a third-party custodian and electronic monitoring.

When it was announced that he'd been indicted again, prosecutors and Creek's lawyers arranged a surrender time so he could attend an initial court appearance on the new charges.

He never showed and now has a warrant out for his arrest.

A federal grand jury charged 14 other members of the Triple C gang. It's alleged Creek accepted contracts on behalf of the gang to carry out dozens of murders and attempted murders.

He is considered armed & dangerous. If you have any information, call 888-ATF-TIPS