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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Northern District of Oklahoma

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, October 8, 2020

Federal Grand Jury A Indictments Announced

Second Grand Jury Scheduled to Begin Oct. 19, 2020

 United States Attorney Trent Shores today announced the results of the October 2020 Federal Grand Jury A. The grand jury returned 26 unsealed and 3 sealed indictments.

Because of the large volume of cases the Northern District of Oklahoma has been charging since the Supreme Court’s McGirt decision in July, a second Federal Grand Jury B will convene the week of Oct. 19-23, 2020.

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.

Joshua Aaron Attocknie (superseding)Possession of Stolen Vehicle in Indian Country; Endangering Others While Eluding Police Officer in Indian Country. (superseding) Attocknie, 38, of Tulsa, is charged with two counts of possession of a stolen vehicle. Attocknie unlawfully and knowingly possessed a 2016 black Audi A5 and a 2020 black Chevrolet Silverado previously stolen from a dealership and rental company by unknown parties. In the superseding indictment, Attocknie is also charged with attempting to elude officers on July 13, 2020, by rapidly accelerating and endangering others when police tried to pull him over. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Scotty Lee Belcher. Possessing and Uttering Forged Security. Belcher, 31, of Talala, is charged with seven counts of possessing and trying to pass counterfeited checks with intent to deceive four motorcycle and car dealerships in August 2019.  The checks were written in the amounts of $37,800, $31,800, $2,240, $21,050, $28,600, $21,500, and $16,500. The Tulsa Police Department, U.S. Secret Service, and FBI are the investigative agencies.

David Samuel Boggs Jr. Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition. Boggs Jr., 34, of Tulsa, is charged with possessing a FMK .9 mm pistol and associated ammunition after kidnapping and domestic abuse convictions. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Matthew Scott Boll. Voluntary Manslaughter in Indian Country; Involuntary Manslaughter in Indian Country; Unlawful User of a Controlled Substance in Possession of a Firearm. Boll, 44, of Tulsa, is charged with killing Antonio Morencio Velasco using a firearm. He is further charged with involuntary manslaughter and with possessing a Springfield Armory .9 mm semi-automatic pistol while being an unlawful user of methamphetamine. The Tulsa Police Department and FBI are the investigative agencies.

Madelyn Abigail Brown. Assault With a Dangerous Weapon in Indian Country. Brown, 26, of Tulsa, is charged with assaulting a male with a dangerous weapon by repeatedly stabbing the victim with a knife. The Tulsa Police Department and FBI are the investigative agencies.

Ibanga Etuk, Teosha Etuk, Olusola Ojo. Ibanga Etuk, Teosha Etuk, Olusola Ojo. Bank Fraud Conspiracy (count 1); Bank Fraud (counts 2-6); Aggravated Identity Theft (counts 7-9); Unlawful Monetary Transaction (counts 10-17). (2nd superseding). Ibanga Etuk, 40, and Teosha Etuk, 32, both of Tulsa, and Ojo, 41, of Owasso, allegedly conspired together and with others to commit bank fraud from April 1, 2020 to August 4, 2020. The three defendants created 12 fictitious business entities that would fraudulently apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans under false pretenses such as the number of employees, payroll expenditures, taxes paid during previous months, details of business ownership, and a false representation of their relationship with one another. During this time, Ibanga Etuk, Teosha Etuk, and Olusola Ojo submitted multiple applications for the same businesses to more than ten different banks, without disclosing to those banks that they were submitting duplicative applications. They conspired to obtain loans in the total approximate amount of $5,430,585 and actually obtained funding from banks in the total approximate amount of $995,385. The three defendants are also charged with various counts of bank fraud. Teosha Etuk, Ibanga Etuk, and Olusola Ojo are each further charged with counts of aggravated identity theft. Teosha Etuk  and Ibanga Etuk are further charged with counts of unlawful monetary transactions. The Federal Reserve Board-Office of Inspector General (OIG); Small Business Administration-OIG, and FBI are the investigative agencies.

Matthew Alan Joseph. Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Joseph, 37, of Tulsa, is charged with possessing a Colt .45 pistol and associated ammunition after three domestic assault and battery convictions in 2008 and 2017.  The Tulsa Police Department and FBI are the investigative agencies.

Johnathan David Kelley. Felon in Possession of Firearm and Ammunition; Unlawful User of a Controlled Substance in Possession of a Firearm; Attempt to Manufacture Methamphetamine. Kelley, 36, of Tulsa, is charged with possessing a Glock 9 mm semi-automatic pistol after previously being convicted for DUI and for possessing a controlled drug. The FBI and Broken Arrow and Tulsa Police Departments are the investigative agencies.

Jason Gordon Kinnear; Brittney Lynn Kinnear.  Possession of Marijuana With Intent to Distribute; Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute; Maintaining a Drug-Involved Premises; Possession of Firearms in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking Crimes; Possession of an Unregistered Rifle Having a Barrel of Less Than 16 Inches in Length. Jason Kinnear, 20, of Tulsa, is charged with possessing with intent to distribute marijuana and with possessing with intent to distribute methamphetamine.  He is also charged with leasing a premises for the purpose of unlawfully manufacturing, storing, distributing and using controlled substances. He is further charged with possessing a Del-Ton .223 short-barrel rifle and a Glock 9 mm pistol in furtherance of his drug trafficking crimes. Finally, both Jason Kinnear and Brittney Kinnear, 22, of Tulsa, are charged with possessing a rifle having a barrel length of less than 16 inches and not registered to either of them in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.  The Tulsa Police Department, FBI, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are the investigative agencies.

Sergio Lopez-Ramirez. Possession of a Firearm by an Alien Illegally in the United States; Unlawful Reentry of Removed Alien.  Lopez-Ramirez is charged with being an alien illegally in the United States in possession of a Forjas Taurus 9 mm Luger and associated ammunition. He is further charged with reentry of a removed alien, having returned to the United States unlawfully after being deported Jan. 16, 2017, at or near Brownsville, Texas. The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (ICE-HSI), and ICE-Enforcement and Removal Operations (ICE-ERO) are the investigative agencies.

Tymalk Quane Love; Anthony Ward Irving; Casey Joe EastwoodDrug Conspiracy (counts 1-2); Importation of a Controlled Substance- Fentanyl (count 3); Smuggling Goods Into the United States (count 4); Unlawful Use of a Communication Facility (counts 5-34); Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Crime (counts 35 and 36) (3rd superseding). From approximately January 2018 through February 2019, Love, 30, of Tulsa; Irving, 36, of Phoenix, Arizona; and Eastwood, 34, of Purdy, Missouri, conspired to distribute heroin and 500 grams or more of methamphetamine (count 1). According to the indictment, Love organized the conspiracy using contraband cell phones from inside the Oklahoma Department of Corrections where he was an inmate. Other members of the conspiracy allegedly included a “Facilitator” who purchased drugs from bulk distributors and sold the drugs to mid-level drug dealers; a “Broker,” defendant Irving, who helped connect Love and the Facilitator with bulk distributors in Arizona; and a “Distributor,” defendant Eastwood, who bought drugs from the facilitator. Love profited by selling drugs to mid-level drug dealers at higher prices than what Love had paid the wholesaler.

     Love is further charged with conspiring to distribute fentanyl (count 2); importing/smuggling fentanyl into the United States (count 3 and 4); using a cell phone to direct his illicit drug operation (counts 5-27); and possessing a Taurus 9 mm pistol in furtherance of his drug trafficking crimes on Jan. 31, 2018 and Feb. 7, 2019 (Count 35-36). Finally, Eastwood is charged with using a cell phone as part of the drug conspiracy (counts 28-34). The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations, and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Ryan Glen McClain. Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in Indian Country; Assault by Striking, Beating, and Wounding in Indian Country. McClain, 37, of Tulsa, is charged with two counts of assault. On Sept. 10, 2020, McClain allegedly assaulted an intimate partner by striking and wounding her. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Fernando Moreno. Possession of Cocaine With Intent to Distribute; Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute; Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking Crimes; Possession of a Firearm by Alien Illegally in the United States. Moreno, age unknown, of Tulsa, is charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute, one for cocaine and the second for methamphetamine. Moreno is also charged with being an illegal alien unlawfully possessing an Anderson AR-15, .223 caliber semi-automatic rifle and using that rifle during his drug trafficking crimes. The Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (ICE-HSI), ICE-Entry and Removal Operations (ICE-ERO), and the Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Michael Eugene Patterson. Burglary in the First Degree in Indian Country. Patterson, 35, of Tulsa, on Jan. 11, 2020, broke into a home by breaking the door down with the intent to commit burglary. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Robert William Perry II. Aggravated Sexual Abuse of a Child in Indian Country; Abusive Sexual Contact of a Child in Indian Country. Perry, 30, of Tulsa, is charged with two counts of child sexual abuse. From May 6, 2017 to May 15, 2018, Perry knowingly engaged in sexual acts and sexual contact with a child under the age of 12. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Zachary Thomas Price. Stalking in Indian Country. Price, 20, of Tulsa, from April 1, 2020 to Aug. 23, 2020 engaged in behavior intended to injure, harass, intimidate, and cause substantial emotional threat to two other males and their family members. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Timothy Alfred Reed Jr. Involuntary Manslaughter in Indian Country. Reed, 49, of Mounds, on November 6, 2018, killed another male by striking him with a vehicle while allegedly under the influence of methamphetamine. The FBI and Oklahoma Highway Patrol are the investigative agencies.

Cain Reyes-Cruz. Unlawful Reentry of Removed Alien. Cruz, 42, an alien, was found in the United States after having been deported on March 14, 2013, near Laredo, Texas. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Entry and Removal Operations is the investigative agency.

Darryl Lamont Sanders. Kidnapping in Indian Country; Aggravated Sexual Abuse in Indian Country. Sanders, 54, allegedly kidnapped a female victim on Jan. 30, 2020. Sanders then allegedly proceeded to rape the victim and threaten her with serious bodily injury or death. The FBI and Tulsa Police Department are the investigative agencies.

Lakota Ray Scott. Domestic Assault by Strangulation in Indian Country; Assault With a Dangerous Weapon in Indian Country. Scott, 33, of Tulsa, is charged with assaulting her girlfriend by strangling and suffocating the victim and then assaulting her with a television on March 16, 2016. 

     Robbery in Indian Country; Larceny of a Motor Vehicle in Indian Country. In a separate indictment, Scott is also charged with using violence and intimidation to steal a pick-up truck on Jan. 31, 2019. The Tulsa Police Department and FBI are the investigative agencies in both indictments.

Devin Charles Staller (superseding indictment). Felon in Possession of a Firearm; Assault With a Dangerous Weapon in Indian Country; Burglary in the Second Degree in Indian Country; Burglary in the First Degree in Indian Country. Staller, 23, of Tulsa, is charged with being a felon in possession of a Montgomery Ward Savage 16 gauge pump-action shotgun. Staller is an 8-time convicted felon. Further, Staller is charged with assaulting a female victim by cutting her with a knife. Staller is also charged with two counts of burglary. He allegedly broke into two homes, one where no one was present and the other when the home owner was present and Staller was armed with a knife. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is the investigative agency.

Ernie Wayne Standing Soldier Jr. (written as Standingsoldier in the indictment). Assault of an Intimate Partner and Dating Partner by Strangling and Attempting to Strangle or Suffocate in Indian Country; Burglary in the First Degree in Indian Country; Assault Resulting in Substantial Bodily Injury to an Intimate Partner and Dating Partner in Indian Country. Standing Soldier Jr., 35, of Tulsa, is charged with assaulting an intimate partner and by strangulation on Feb. 20, 2020. He is also charged with breaking into the victim’s home with intent to commit a crime. Finally on March 16, 2020, Standing Soldier Jr. is alleged to have punched the victim in the face and attempted to strangle her. The Tulsa Police Department and FBI are the investigative agencies.

Jeremy Ryan Wetch (superseding indictment). Stalking; Unlawful User of a Controlled Substance in Possession of Firearms and Ammunition. Wetch, 33, of Akron, Colorado, traveled to Tulsa on Oct. 12, 2018, with the intent to harass and intimidate another individual, causing substantial emotional stress. Wetch is further charged with unlawfully using marijuana and knowingly possessing a Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum caliber revolver, a Beretta .22LR caliber pistol, a Beretta .45 Auto caliber pistol, and various types of ammunition. The FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are the investigative agencies.

Shane McClearan Wright. Attempted Possession of Heroin With Intent to Distribute; Possession of Heroin With Intent to Distribute; Possession of Fentanyl With Intent to Distribute; Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute; Maintaining a Drug-Involved Premises. Wright, 44, of Tulsa, is charged with possession of heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. Further, Wright is charged with knowingly maintaining a residence for the purpose of manufacturing and distributing heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (ICE-HSI), the Drug Enforcement Administration, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, and Tulsa Police Department are  the investigative agencies.

Damion Lamons Zachery. Conspiracy to Commit Robbery and Burglary in Indian Country; Robbery in Indian Country; First Degree Burglary in Indian Country; Brandishing a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence; Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition. (superseding indictment) Zachary, 28, of Tulsa, and others, collectively referred to as “the conspirators,” agreed to commit the following crimes. On March 31, 2020, they allegedly broke into the home of an individual, threatened the occupants with a firearm, and demanded property and money from those residing in the home. The conspirators allegedly used gang affiliation to intimidate the occupants and force them to comply. During this time, one of the conspirators put a firearm to the head of a female juvenile present in the home. They proceeded to steal the occupants’ personal property, including but not limited to a wallet containing identification, money and credit cards as well as a PlayStation console and controllers. When a neighbor arrived at the home, he was threatened and chased from the residence by the conspirators. After committing these alleged crimes, the conspirators fled together in a black SUV. Zachary is also charged with being a felon in possession of a Zastava Arms 7.62x39mm caliber, semi-automatic pistol and various kinds of ammunition. The FBI is the investigative agency.

Topic(s): 
Project Guardian
Project Safe Neighborhoods
Drug Trafficking
Violent Crime
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Updated October 8, 2020