Sonoma County Alliance Offers $5,000 Reward for Federal Fugitive
The FBI San Francisco Division, Santa Rosa Police Department, California Highway Patrol, and the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office are requesting the public’s assistance in locating Russell Allen Lyles, Jr., aka J.R., 36, of Windsor, California.
The Sonoma County Alliance is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Russell Allen Lyles, Jr. as part of its Take Back Our Community program.
(A suspect named in a federal indictment of involving Northern California members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club is now a fugitive and the FBI and local law enforcement are seeking the public’s help in finding him. Courtesy of CBS SF Bay Area and YouTube)
Russell Allen Lyles, Jr. was indicted by a federal grand jury on October 10, 2017 on charges of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Conspiracy, Maiming in Aid of Racketeering, and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in Aid of Racketeering.
These charges were unsealed on November 20, 2017. Lyles is a known member of the Sonoma County Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.
Lyles lives in Windsor, California and has a home in Healdsburg, California, and also owns and operates a business in Windsor.
Law enforcement believes that Lyles may be traveling with his pregnant finance, who is not a fugitive from justice nor wanted by law enforcement at this time.
Lyles has ties to and may be traveling in Lake County, Mendocino County, or Sonoma County. He has ties to the Lake Sonoma area.
(Learn More. The San Francisco FBI announced Monday, multiple criminal indictments against eleven members of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang. At least eight of the men are members of the Sonoma County Hells Angels Chapter. Courtesy of ABC7 News – SF Bay Area and YouTube)
The public should not try to approach Lyles, and should instead contact law enforcement immediately.
If you have any information on his location, please contact the FBI San Francisco Division at (415) 553-7400 or tips.fbi.gov or contact the Santa Rosa Police Department at (707) 528-5222.
Tips can remain anonymous.
(Learn More. Taking Back Our Community is a coalition of communities dedicated to improving public safety across California. Courtesy of Taking Back Our Community and YouTube)