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FBI raids homes connected to dog fighting, drug trafficking around Indy, 'armed and dangerous' man wanted

More than 80 dogs seized during warrant execution, armed and dangerous man on the run
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Posted at 8:12 AM, Aug 31, 2023
and last updated 2023-09-06 12:28:45-04

INDIANAPOLIS — The FBI and other federal and local agencies executed federal warrants on Thursday morning at over 25 locations throughout the city.

According to a spokesperson for the FBI, the group executed the warrants relating to "drug trafficking and animal fighting."

The FBI, DEA, ATF and U.S. Agriculture Department all helped execute the warrants.

WRTV caught one of the raids in action in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood on the city's east side.

In total, more than 25 locations were raided including:

  • 4100 block of Stonecrest Court
  • 3400 block of Hawthorne Lane
  • 2400 block of N. Webster Avenue
  • 2700 block of Rothe Lane
  • 5000 block of Emerson Court South Drive
  • 3700 block of Kinnear Avenue

According to a source, there were approximately 82 dogs seized in the execution of warrants.
The FBI says they also seized guns, drugs and cash during their raids and made multiple arrests.


There are four outstanding targets in the searches.

Of those four, the FBI has asked for assistance in locating one man related to the crimes that is considered armed and dangerous.

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Gregory Henderson Jr. is described as 6'2" and 160 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes.

A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to Henderson Jr’s arrest.

If anyone sees Henderson Jr., they should call 911 or FBI Indianapolis at 317-595-4000.

The FBI reminds the public to not approach Henderson Jr.