The FBI is currently raiding and arresting individuals who participated in the 2014 Bunkerville Standoff. Among the confirmed arrests today are:
JERRY DELEMUS, the husband of New Hampshire state representative Susan DeLemus. According to Susan, the FBI just rolled up to their home with multiple agents in tactical gear. They forced their way into the home with weapons drawn and took Jerry away.
DAVEY BUNDY, the son of Cliven and brother of Ammon and Ryan Bundy. Davey was arrested by the FBI in Millard County, Utah. Approximately 20 FBI vehicles arrived in the county with the knowledge of the county sheriff, who did NOTHING to stop them. Sheriff Dekker told Davey’s wife that the FBI trumps his jurisdiction.
UPDATE: The U.S. Attorney has announced 14 more indictments, and all of those indicted have been arrested:
A superseding criminal indictment was returned by the grand jury on Wednesday, March 2, and now charges a total of 19 defendants. The 14 new defendants are Melvin D. Bundy, 41, of Round Mountain, Nev., David H. Bundy, 39, of Delta, Utah, Brian D. Cavalier, 44, of Bunkerville, Nev., Blaine Cooper, 36, of Humboldt, Ariz., Gerald A. DeLemus, 61, of Rochester, N.H., Eric J. Parker, 32, of Hailey, Idaho, O. Scott Drexler, 44, of Challis, Idaho, Richard R. Lovelien, 52, of Westville, Okla., Steven A. Stewart, 36, of Hailey, Idaho, Todd C. Engel, 48, of Boundary County, Idaho, Gregory P. Burleson, 52, of Phoenix, Ariz., Joseph D. O’Shaughnessy, 43, of Cottonwood, Ariz., and Micah L. McGuire, 31, and Jason D. Woods, 30, both of Chandler, Ariz.
The newly-added defendants are charged with one count of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States and conspiracy to impede or injure a federal officer, and at least one count of using and carrying a firearm in relation to a crime of violence, assault on a federal officer, threatening a federal law enforcement officer, obstruction of the due administration of justice, interference with interstate commerce by extortion, and interstate travel in aid of extortion. The indictment also alleges five counts of criminal forfeiture which upon conviction would require forfeiture of property derived from the proceeds of the crimes totaling at least $3 million, as well as the firearms and ammunition possessed and used on April 12, 2014.