Oklahoma federal indictments 2019

Oklahoma federal indictments 2019 DEFAULT

United States Drug Enforcement Administration

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – The DEA Oklahoma City office announced that nineteen defendants have been indicted and arrested for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine in the Eastern District of Oklahoma and elsewhere. Federal charges for Drug Conspiracy is punishable by not less than 10 years imprisonment, and up to a $10,000,000 fine or both. Two of the nineteen defendants indicted are also charged with federal firearm offenses carrying punishment of not more than 10 years imprisonment, and up to a $250,000 fine or both. A copy of the full indictment can be found online at go.usa.gov/x7kAM. 

The indictment alleges the defendants conspired to acquire and distribute methamphetamine in Eastern Oklahoma as well as other locations. All nineteen defendants were indicted for Drug Conspiracy with some indicted for other charges related to the conspiracy such as Possession of Methamphetamine with the Intent to Distribute, Distribution of Methamphetamine, and Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Crime.  The indictment alleges the conspiracy began in June 2019. 

“Through the cooperation of countless law enforcement partners in Oklahoma, DEA Tulsa’s HIDTA Task Force was able to dismantle one of the most significant and reliable methamphetamine distribution organizations operating in Eastern Oklahoma.” stated Eduardo A. Chavez, Special Agent in Charge of DEA operations in Oklahoma. “Annually, this distribution organization was responsible for hundreds of pounds of methamphetamine plaguing our streets.  The DTO was sourced from Transnational Criminal Organizations based in Mexico and distributed throughout Northeastern Oklahoma, and parts of Texas, Arkansas, and Missouri.  This investigation has had a devastating effect on this particular organization’s ability to make money though the distribution of illegal drugs and has undoubtedly made a positive impact on Northeastern Oklahoma.”

The charges arose from a joint investigation led by the DEA Oklahoma City District Office along with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the United States Marshals Service, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office, the District 18 District Attorney’s Drug Task Force, the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, the Rogers County District Attorney's Office, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections - Office of the Inspector General, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the Tahlequah Police Department, the Muskogee Police Department, the Tulsa Police Department, the Broken Arrow Police Department, the Miami Police Department, the Oklahoma City Police Department, the Norman Police Department, and the Edmond Police Department. The investigation was part of and included members of the DEA High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (“HIDTA”) Task Force, which includes several of the above mentioned agencies. The United States Marshals Service for the Eastern District of Oklahoma and the Fort Gibson Police Department also played important roles in today’s operation to bring the defendants into custody. 

“Every year hundreds of Oklahomans die as a result of methamphetamine overdose. Each fatal dose travels great distances as they move from producers to high level distributors to street dealers to users. Drug trafficking organizations are only concerned with pushing product and making profits. Death does not concern them. Justice is the only thing that will put an end to this deadly business,” said United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma Brian J. Kuester. “For 18 months a dedicated team of law enforcement professionals led by the DEA have worked tirelessly to identify and investigate this drug trafficking organization alleged to have been a major supplier of methamphetamine to Muskogee, Cherokee, and Wagoner Counties as well as other parts of Eastern Oklahoma. Last week a grand jury determined there was probable cause to believe these defendants played a role in this drug conspiracy.”

Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Director Donnie Anderson said, “Methamphetamine continues to be one of the most destructive drugs on the streets of Oklahoma. And today we aggressively targeted and removed nearly two-dozen defendants, including prison gang members, who were operating a pipeline of methamphetamine into eastern Oklahoma. My agency is committed to working with our local, state and federal partners to dismantle these drug distribution networks that threaten the safety of our citizens.”

Defendants arrested are:  Eric Ysidro Castillo, age 45, of Cushing, Oklahoma; Blanche Elizabeth Dyer a/k/a Blanche Elizabeth Jackson, age 35, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Mark Lewis Crowell a/k/a Carl Crowell, age 24, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Anita Lorene Cooper, age 47, of Wagoner, Oklahoma; Angela Marie McDaniel a/k/a Angela Marie Williams, age 47, of Joplin, Missouri; Michael Otis Hunsaker Jr., age 38, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Jason Don Rowan, age 37, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Clint England Cooper, age 34, of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma; Scott James Lively, age 50, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Richard Dean Mealer, age 66, of Okay, Oklahoma; Jessica Lynn Baker, age 40, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Bobbi Dawn Benefield, age 38, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Mark Robert Pierce, age 54, of Braggs, Oklahoma; Mark Wayne Stubblefield, age 35, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Cara Dawn Nicole O’ Laughlin a/k/a Cara Dawn Nicole Martin, age 33, of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma; Jarrod Lee Shanks, age 41, of Webbers Falls, Oklahoma; Amanda Joyce King, age 36, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; Joseph Michael Phillips, age 40, of Muskogee, Oklahoma; and Everett Wayne Hood Jr. a/k/a E.J. Hood, age 29, of Muskogee, Oklahoma.

A grand jury Indictment does not constitute evidence of guilt.  A grand jury Indictment is a method of bringing formal charges against the defendant.  A defendant is presumed innocent of the charges and may not be found guilty unless evidence establishes guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

MethamphetamineSours: https://www.dea.gov/press-releases/2020/11/04/19-indicted-eastern-oklahoma-federal-charges-methamphetamine-and-weapons

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma (KXII) - The federal government has taken over 90 felony cases that the state of Oklahoma can no longer prosecute.

That includes murders, rapes and many other serious crimes involving native Americans.

These cases were originally being charged in state court but due to the McGirt / U-S Supreme Court ruling, are now being tried in federal court.

Of those 90 indictments, 14 remain sealed because the defendants have not been arrested.

Atleast seven of the cases are from the Texoma region.

To just name a couple, Charles Michael Cooper is a Chickasaw Nation member who is convicted for the 2016 death of Cindy Allen, Cooper faces five charges including murder, arson and aggravated sexual abuse.

Jimmy Louis Northcutt Jr., from Allen OK is charged with murder of Brian Doherty in 2019, along with several other charges.

And Cory Boykin of Tishomingo is charged with murder for beating his girlfriend to death this past November.

According to the Acting United States Attorney, Christopher Wilson, the Eastern District of Oklahoma normally prosecutes around 100 felony cases each year.

They had 90 in this one Grand Jury session alone, that’s an unprecedented number for the Eastern District.

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Federal Grand Jury B Indictments Announced- July

Acting United States Attorney Clint Johnson today announced the results of the July 2021 Federal Grand Jury B.

The following individuals have been charged with violations of United States law in indictments returned by the Grand Jury. The return of an indictment is a method of informing a defendant of alleged violations of federal law, which must be proven in a court of law beyond a reasonable doubt to overcome a defendant’s presumption of innocence.

Nicholas Scott Avery, Chelsea Marie Fishinghawk. Carjacking. On June 17, 2021, Avery, 30, and Fishinghawk, 23, allegedly aided and abetted each another when they attempted to take a 2008 Maroon Honda Accord from the victim by force, violence, and intimidation. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-330

Dustin James Gullett. Coercion and Enticement of a Minor; Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Minor by Force in Indian Country; Receipt of Child Pornography. Gullett, 41, of Ardmore, is charged with coercion and enticement of a minor, aggravated sexual abuse of a minor by force, and receipt of child pornography. The crimes allegedly took place from March 5, 2021, to March 8, 2021, and the victim was between 12 and 16 years old. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations, the Bartlesville Police Department, and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-324

Joseph Dale Irby. Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition. Irby, 30, of Tulsa, is charged with being a felon in possession of a Strassell’s Machine Inc. 9 mm Luger caliber pistol and 37 rounds of associated ammunition. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-331

Russell Rudolph Johnson. Assault of an Intimate/Dating Partner by Strangling and Suffocating in Indian Country; Assault with a Dangerous Weapon with Intent to do Bodily Harm in Indian Country; Carrying, Using, Brandishing, and Discharging a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence. Johnson, 47, of Tulsa, is charged with strangling an intimate partner on June 21, 2021. He is further charged with shooting the woman with a firearm the same day. Finally, he is charged with discharging the firearm during a crime of violence. The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and FBI are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-334

Rafael Gomez Medina; Daniel Rico Nolasco; Anabel Rodriquez Cervantes. Drug Conspiracy; Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute. Medina, 51, of Tulsa, Nolasco, 42, of Tulsa, and Rodriguez, 33, of Oklahoma City, are charged with conspiring together and with others to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine. The trio are further charged possessing with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine. The Drug Enforcement Administration is the investigative agency. 21-CR-325

David Anthony Romannose. Aggravated Sexual Abuse by Force and Threat in Indian Country; Sexual Abuse of a Minor in Indian Country. Romannose, 44, of Stilwell, allegedly sexually abused a minor between 12 and 16 years of age on July 4, 2017. See initial charging press releases here. The FBI, Oneida Indian Nation Police Department, and Craig County Sheriff’s Office are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-332

Johnny Wayne Rose, Jr. Attempted Coercion and Enticement of a Minor. Rose Jr., 40, of Mannford allegedly attempted to entice an individual he believed to be a minor to engage in sexual activity. The Roger’s County Sheriff’s Office is the investigative agency. 21-CR-326

Adam Douglas Sherwood. Drug Conspiracy; Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute; Unlawful Use of a Communication Facility; Possession of Firearms in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking Crimes.As early as 2018, Sherwood, 43, of Wyandotte, co-conspirator 1, and others known to the grand jury allegedly conspired to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine. On May 23, 2020, Sherwood and co-conspirator 1 aided and abetted each other to knowingly possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Sherwood further used a cell phone to send or receive at least 13 texts communicating about the distribution of the drug. Sherwood and co-conspirator 1 possessed a Lorcin Engineering Company .380 ACP caliber single action pistol and a Sturm, Ruger & Co. .22 MWR caliber double-action revolver. Additionally, Sherwood is alleged to have distributed methamphetamine to a number of drug dealers and drug users across Northeast Oklahoma for a period of over least two years dating back to early 2018. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; Drug Enforcement Administration, and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies. 20-CR-307

Kip Jerome Shotpouch. Coercion and Enticement of a Minor in Indian Country; Possession of Child Pornography. Shotpuch, 37, of Jay, is alleged to have knowingly enticed and coerced a minor into engaging in sexual activity on April 17, 2016. He is further charged with possessing one or more child pornography images and video files of children younger than 12 years old. At the time of the crime, Shotpouch was a bailiff at the Delaware County Courthouse. U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-333

Aleta Necole Thomas; Pepper Jones; Katrina West. False Statement to a Financial Institution (Counts 1-18); Aggravated Identity Theft (Counts 16-17).  Pepper Jones, 42, and Katrina West, 38, both of Tulsa, are newly charged in this superseding indictment. Thomas, 42, of Tulsa, was previously charged. In total, Thomas, Jones, and West, together and separately, are alleged to have fraudulently applied for and received more than $795,000 worth of Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loans administered by the Small Business Administration under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Some of the false businesses the defendants allegedly used to apply for the loans included the Lead Us Kids Home Daycare, Coming Correction Community Ministries, Coming Correct Community Ministries II, and Lead Us Kids Daycare II. The Office of Inspector General Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; U.S. Department of Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, Small Business Administration Office of Inspector General, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-239

Brandon Tyler Trammell. Theft in Indian Country - Over $1,000. Trammell, 25, of Sand Springs, is charged with stealing a 2006 Pontiac G6 Sedan. The FBI and Bixby Police Department are the investigative agencies. 21-CR-327

Sours: https://www.oversight.gov/investigative-press-releases/Federal-Grand-Jury-B-Indictments-Announced-July

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