GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A man named in a 31-page indictment of alleged Latin Kings gang members has turned himself in to federal authorities.
The US Marshals Service confirmed that Uvaldo Ruiz gave himself up at the Gerald R. Ford Federal Building in Grand Rapids just before 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Ruiz's mother told 24 Hour News 8 she dropped her son off at the federal building. She said he's not a criminal, but ran because he was scared.
Of the 31 alleged Latin Kings gang members listed in the federal indictment, only Jose Hernandez remains at large. 28 were arrested Feb. 12 and another was arrested Feb. 13.
== Photos: 28 arrested in Holland Latin Kings bust ==
All face charges including racketeering, drug trafficking and weapons violations. They are being charged under RICO, a statute put in place to fight organized crime. Under RICO, the federal government cannot only prosecute the crime bosses, but also their associates and all those working underneath them.
Anyone who has information on Hernandez is asked to contact Ottawa County Silent Observer at 1.887.88.SILENT.
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