Morris Allen Davis and other subjects allegedly recruited specific individuals based on their access to people, money, and fraudulent documents. Their scheme(s) involved the following criminal activities: interstate transportation of stolen vehicles to and from Missouri; numerous staged accidents resulting in millions of dollars of insurance fraud; wire and mail fraud involving fraudulent titles and fraudulent bank lien releases on vehicles; the fraudulent use of a Native American Indian tribe's ability to provide titles to vehicles, and fraudulent police reports detailing the theft of carjacking of vehicles, which were in fact voluntarily turned over to the group.
On April 23, 2013, a large-scale arrest took place, which resulted in the indictment of 21 subjects, the identification and/or seizure of over 120 vehicles, millions of dollars of restitution, and the seizure of several firearms from a convicted felon.
A federal arrest warrant was issued for Davis by the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, after he was charged with conspiracy, bank fraud, mail fraud, and receipt of a stolen motor vehicle.
Davis has ties to St. Louis, Missouri, and Nashville, Tennessee. He is also known to have violent tendencies.