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Forty Two Individuals Indicted In August & September Grand Juries MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA – United States Attorney Brian J. Kuester today announced the results of the August & September 2020 Federal Grand Juries. The combined grand juries returned 32 unsealed and 4 sealed indictments on crimes ranging from kidnapping, federal firearms offenses, robbery, drug trafficking/distribution, child exploitation, aggravated sexual assaults in Indian country, and murder in Indian country. The following named individuals have been charged with a federal crime or crimes by the return of an indictment by the Grand Jury. 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. United States Sentencing Guidelines may be considered, upon conviction, by the sentencing court. Federal prison sentences are non-parolable. JIMCY MCGIRT Aggravated Sexual Abuse In Indian Country (Three Counts) McGirt, 71, of Wagoner County, is charged with 3 counts of sexual abuse of a minor. Allegations are, in 1996, McGirt knowingly engaged in sexual acts with a child under the age of 12. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. MICHAEL WAYNE MILLER Felony Child Abuse In Indian Country (Two Counts) Miller, 41, of Muskogee, is charged with willfully striking and injuring a child under the age of eighteen in January 2019. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. BRANDON EDWARD BRIDGES Child Neglect In Indian Country Bridges, 24, of Muskogee, is charged with neglecting the health, safety and welfare of children under his supervision and exposing them to the use and possession of illegal drugs and illegal activities. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. JAYCE MICHAEL MOSQUITO Aggravated Sexual Abuse In Indian Country Mosquito, 33, of Okmulgee, is charged with sexual abuse of a minor in Indian Country, alleging in June, 2018, Mosquito knowingly engaged in sexual activity with a child under the age of 12. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. CALEB TRENT HODGINS TYLER SHANE GRANDSTAFF TYLER ROSS DEERINWATER Murder In Indian Country Use, Brandish, Discharge, And Carry A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime of Violence Assault With Intent To Commit Murder In Indian Country (Three Counts) Hodgins, 25, of Holdenville; Grandstaff, 29, of Seminole, and Deerinwater, 29, of Holdenville, are charged with brandishing and using a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber pistol to kill Jonathon Merriman on or about June 24, 2018. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. NATHAN JOE CHECOTAH Assault Of An Intimate Partner And Dating Partner In Indian Country Assault With A Dangerous Weapon With Intent To Commit Bodily Harm In Indian Country Checotah, 26, of Okmulgee, is alleged to have assaulted his dating partner by suffocating and strangling her. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Sapulpa Police Department are the investigative agencies. JOSHUA RYAN GANN Murder In Indian Country Gann, 29, of Wetumka, is charged with the premeditated murder of his grandfather, Gregory Lee Fish, with a sword. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. KYLE ELLIOTT LEITKA Abusive Sexual Contact In Indian Country Leitka, 31, of Weleetka, is charged with having sexual contact with the victim without permission. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. KYLE JOSEPH VANNORTWICK Murder In Indian Country Vannortwick, 35, of Muskogee, is charged with the premeditated murder of his identical twin brother, Adam Vannortwick, with a knife. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. MARK KEVIN DODSON SETH HENRY THOMAS Arson In Indian Country Dodson, 51, of Okemah and Thomas, 22, of Okemah, are charged with conspiring and maliciously setting fire to a dwelling in Indian country, on or about September 15, 2019. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. TOMMY RYAN GOUGE Murder In Indian Country Gouge, 41, of Clearview, is charged with the premeditated murder of his wife, Stephanie Michelle Gouge, on February 14, 2020, with an edged weapon. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. JEREMY SANUEL HOOTEN Assault With A Dangerous Weapon In Indian Country Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Robbery In Indian Country Use, Carry, And Brandishing A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence First Degree Burglary In Indian Country Hooten, 19, of Eufaula, is charged with breaking and entering into a home and, restraining, violently assaulting, and robbing an elderly victim at gun point. In the commission of the robbery, the victim sustained lacerations to the head. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. AUSTIN DEAN MCMAHAN Murder In Indian Country (Two Counts) McMahan, 21, of Okmulgee, is charged with the premeditated murder of Mandy Hart (his girlfriend) and Ronald Chandler by shooting them both with a firearm. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. GAGE HAYDEN ROSS Assault With Intent To Commit Murder In Indian Country Assault With A Dangerous Weapon With Intent To Do Bodily Harm In Indian Country Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Use, Carry And Discharge Of A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence Ross, 22, of Oktaha, is charged with shooting a victim in the back with a firearm with intent to kill. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. MATTHEW ROY LAWSON Sexual Exploitation Of A Child / Use Of A Child To Produce A Visual Depiction Possession Of Certain Material Involving The Sexual Exploitation Of A Minor Lawson, 33, of Springdale Arkansas, is charged with willfully trying to persuade a person under the age of 12 years old to engage in sexually explicit conduct and using a child to produce visual depictions of a sexual nature. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. DIAMOND LEVI BRITT Murder In Indian Country Britt, 25, of Henryetta, is charged with the premeditated murder of his father, Gary Britt, on or about September 16, 2019, with a sword. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. MARTHA CHRISTINE SIMPSON JABAICA LEE TECUMSEH TOMMY GLEN TECUMSEH Murder In Indian Country Simpson, 44, of Broken Arrow; J. Tecumseh, 40, of Okmulgee, and T. Tecumseh, 33, of Okmulgee, are all charged with the premeditated stabbing murder of Robert Trevor Richardson. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. CAMERON AUSTIN BURGESS Assault Resulting In Substantial Bodily Injury To A Spouse, Intimate Partner, Or Dating Partner In Indian Country Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Use, Carry, And Discharge Of A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence Burgess, 22, of Morris, is charged with assaulting his partner with a firearm, causing substantial bodily injury by gunshot wound. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. PATRICK DWAYNE MURPHY Murder In Indian Country Murder In Indian Country In Perpetration Of Kidnapping Kidnapping Resulting In Death Murphy, 51, of Vernon, is charged with the kidnapping and premeditated murder of George Jacobs, on August 28, 1999, with a knife. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. SOLOMON LAMONT HORSECHIEF Aggravated Sexual Abuse In Indian Country (Four Counts) Horsechief, 35, of Muskogee, is charged with four counts of sexual abuse of a person under the age of 16 years old and administering intoxicants to said minor. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. DENNIS DEWAYNE CANTRELL Possession With Intent To Distribute Heroin Possession With Intent To Distribute Methamphetamine Possession Of Firearm In Furtherance Of A Drug Trafficking Crime Felon In Possession Of A Firearm Cantrell, 29, of McAlester, is charged with possession of heroin and methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Cantrell is further charged as a felon in possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking crime. The Drug Enforcement Administration is the primary investigative agency. MIKE AVERY THOMPSON, JR. Assault With A Dangerous Weapon With Intent To Commit Bodily Harm In Indian Country Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Thompson, 30, of Okemah, is charged with the stabbing, resulting in serious bodily harm, of a male in Indian Country. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. NELSON ONARO, D.O. Unlawful Distribution And Dispensing Of Controlled Substances (Twenty Four Counts) Onaro, a 67 year-old Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine out of McAlester, is charged with illegally dispensing and distributing controlled substances from approximately May 23, 2019, to on or about November 26, 2019. The Drug Enforcement Administration is the primary investigative agency. COLTON DELAIN EDWARDS JOBE ANTHONY TERRONEZ PHILLIP LEMONT JONES, JR. JAKEYVIOUS DUNE LEE KEY JAYSEA MARKARA WILLIAMS Assault With Intent To Commit Murder In Indian Country (Two Counts) Attempted Robbery In Indian Country (Two Counts) First Degree Burglary In Indian Country (Two Counts) Assault With A Dangerous Weapon, With Intent To Do Bodily Harm In Indian Country (Two Counts) Use, Carry, And Discharge Of A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence Firearms Conspiracy Edwards, 19, Terronez, 19, Jones Jr., 19, Key, 19, and Williams, 19, all of Haskell, allegedly used firearms to attempt to shoot, assault, and ultimately murder victims during the commission of a burglary and attempted robbery. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. JOHNATHAN ZAMUDIO Murder In Indian Country Zamudio, 33, of Muskogee, is charged with the premeditated stabbing murder of Keith Dean Boswell, while in a physical altercation with the victim outside of a Family Dollar store in the city of Muskogee. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. JOSHUA RYAN GREEN Murder In Indian Country (Two Counts) Arson In Indian Country Green, 30, of Okemah, is charged with the premeditated murder of his former girlfriend’s mother and brother with a firearm. Green is also charged with maliciously setting a fire to the incident residence. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. DORION LAROY MARTIN Assault With Intent To Commit Murder In Indian Country Assault With A Dangerous Weapon With Intent To Commit Bodily Harm In Indian Country (Two Counts) Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Use, Carry And Discharge Of A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence Felon In Possession Of Firearm Martin, 28, of Muskogee, allegedly used a firearm to attempt to shoot, assault, and ultimately murder victims by causing serious bodily injury during an altercation. Martin is further charged as a felon in possession of a firearm in relation to a crime of violence. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. KYLE JOE MAXWELL Robbery In Indian Country Maxwell, 26, of Weleetka, allegedly robbed a convenience store at gunpoint in Okfuskee County on November 8, 2017. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. MATTHEW WEST NIX Involuntary Manslaughter In Indian Country Nix, 33, of Morris, is charged with involuntary manslaughter after causing a car accident, resulting in the death of a woman, while driving impaired. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. STEPHEN JACK NELSON Assault With A Dangerous Weapon With Intent To Commit Bodily Harm In Indian Country Nelson, 32, of McAlester, is charged with discharging a firearm with intent to cause bodily harm during a verbal altercation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. RAITHIELE ROBINSON SKY ANGEL WRIGHT Murder In Indian Country In Perpetration Of Robbery Attempted Robbery Conspiracy Robinson, 46, of Broken Arrow and Wright, 25, of Broken Arrow, allegedly caused the unlawful killing of the victim, Mikael Parker, during the commission of the robbery. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency. DAVID NEIL DUNN Assault Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury In Indian Country Use, Carry, And Discharge Of A Firearm During And In Relation To A Crime Of Violence Dunn, 20, of Muskogee, is charged with brandishing and discharging a shortened .22 caliber rifle that resulted in a female victim sustaining gunshot wounds on October 9, 2019. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the primary investigative agency.

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