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Twenty-Three Indicted in Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, Northern District of Texas

DALLAS — Twenty-three individuals, most from the Dallas, Texas, area, were charged in a federal indictment with offenses stemming from their respective roles in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy this week, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.


The indictment alleges the conspiracy began in January 2016 and continued to the date of the indictment, February 22, 2017. Count One of the indictment charges the following twenty-three defendants with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance:


Roberto Omar Vera, 51, of Dallas, Texas

Kameron Paul Vera, 23, of Dallas, Texas

Roberto Trevizo Munoz, 19, of Dallas, Texas

Simon Louis Trevino, 30, of Dallas, Texas

Jorge Morales, 27, of Dallas, Texas

Kneely Denay Abadie, 23, of Arlington, Texas

Stephanie Jean Aldava, aka “Stephanie Jean Bradley,” Stephanie Jean May,” “Stephanie Jean Bristow,” 38, of Lufkin, Texas

Rodney Allen Broach, 48, of Kemp, Texas

Angela Danielle Burkham, 34 of Garland, Texas

Elizabeth Neely Causey-Eck, 47, of McKinney, Texas

Mark Allen Craven, 59, of Dallas, Texas

Lauren Allyson Crites, aka “Lauren Allyson Anderson,” 33, of Garland, Texas

Charley Seay Crossland, aka “Charley Denise Seay,” 37, of Dallas, Texas

Arthur Daniel Currie, aka “Aquaman,” 32, of Dallas, Texas

Caitlyn Taylor Johnson, 23, of Terrell, Texas

Chelsea Loraine Johnson, 24, of Terrell, Texas

Ilona Klonowshi King, aka “Ilona Klonowski Brazeal,” 46, of Dallas, Texas

Larry Ray Lincks, 52, of Quinlan, Texas

Daniel Moss, 31, of Mabank, Texas

John Craig Owen, 54, of Mesquite, Texas

Clisty Diane Pratt, aka “Clisty Diane Baker,” 44, of Kemp, Texas

Paul Wade Shreves, 27, Mesquite, Texas

Brandi Scott Turcola, aka “Brandi Scott Blackburn,” “Brandi Scott Smith,” 34, of Log Cabin, Texas


Each defendant was also charged with one count of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance. Roberto Vera, Kameron Vera, and Larry Lincks were each charged with additional counts relating to the conspiracy.


An indictment is an accusation by a grand jury. A defendant is entitled to the presumption of innocence unless proven guilty. If convicted, the maximum penalty for the charged offenses is life in federal prison.


The Department of Public Safety and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives led the investigation; Kaufman Police Department, Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office and Henderson County Sheriff’s Office assisted. Assistant U.S. Attorney P.J. Meitl is in charge of the prosecution.


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Updated March 2, 2017

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