- Associated Press - Saturday, June 4, 2016

ATLANTA (AP) - Federal Bureau of Investigation officials say an alleged Gangster Disciple member indicted in Georgia has been arrested in Colorado.

FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett says 38-year-old Alvis O’Neal was arrested Friday without incident by FBI Denver’s fugitive squad and the Rocky Mountain Safe Street Task Force. O’Neal was indicted April 28 in Atlanta on conspiracy charges related to his alleged criminal activities with the Gangster Disciples.

Authorities are still searching for 38-year-old Shauntay Lamarr Craig, another alleged board member of the street gang. He was also indicted April 28 on federal charges related to his gang related criminal activities. He’s the last remaining fugitive from the series of federal indictments.

Craig is described as 5-foot-10, 207 pounds with tattoos on his left and right arms, chest, right hand and left foot.

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