Three Individuals Indicted In February Federal Grand Jury
Muskogee, Oklahoma - The United States Attorney’s Office announced today the results of the February 2013 Federal Grand Jury.
“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. Statutory maximum punishments are in parentheses. United States Sentencing Guidelines may be considered, upon conviction, by the sentencing court. Federal prison sentences are non-parolable.”
NIKKI LYNN HADER, age 48, of Okmulgee, OK
MARCI MICHELLE MADAMA, age 42, of Okmulgee, OK
Manufacturing a Counterfeit Instrument
The Indictment alleges that on or about September, 2011, and continuing until in or about October, 2012, within the Eastern District of Oklahoma, the defendants with intent to defraud, did counterfeit obligations of the United States.
The charges arose from an investigation by the Okmulgee Police Department and the United States Secret Service. The charge is in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Sections 472 and 2 and punishable by not more than 20 years imprisonment and/or up to a fine of up to $250,000.
Assistant United States Attorney Ryan Roberts
ELEAZAR RIOS-FIGUEROA, age 32, of Oaxaca, Mexico
a/k/a ELIZAR FIGUREOA RIOS
Illegal Reentry of Previously Deported Alien
The Indictment alleges that on or about January 24, 2013, in the Eastern District of Oklahoma, the defendant, an alien, was found in the United States after having been deported and removed from the United States on or about September 1, 2008, at or near Tucson, Arizona, and not having obtained the express consent of the Attorney General of the United States or his successor, the Secretary of Homeland Security, to reapply for admission to the United States.
The charge arose from an investigation by the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The charges are in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Section 1326(a), punishable by up to 2 years imprisonment and/or up to a $250,000.00 fine.
Assistant United States Attorney Chris Wilson