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A list of the charges in the theft of Indian artifacts

Published June 10, 2009 4:07 pm

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Richard Raymond Bourret, one felony count of violating ARPA, one felony count depredation of government property

Brent Bullock, 61, Moab, three felony counts of violating ARPA, two felony counts of theft of government property

Carl Lavern Crites, 74, Durango, Colo., two felony counts of violating ARPA, two felony counts of theft of government property, one felony count depredation of government property

Marie Virginia Crites, 68, Durango, Colo., two felony counts of theft of government property

Tad Kreth, 30, Blanding , seven felony counts of violating ARPA, three felony counts of theft of government property, two felony counts of theft of Indian tribal property

David A. Lacy, 55, Blanding, four felony counts of violating ARPA, three felony counts of theft of government property, two misdemeanor counts of violating NAGPRA

Brandon Laws, 38, Blanding, one felony count of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of Indian tribal property

Nicholas K. Laws, 30, Blanding, two felony counts of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of government property

Reese Laws, 27, Blanding, three felony counts of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of government property, one felony count of theft of Indian tribal property

Dale J. Lyman, 73, Blanding, three felony counts of violating ARPA

Harold J. Lyman, 78, Blanding, one felony count of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of government property

Raymond J. Lyman, 70, Blanding, one felony count of violating ARPA

Aubry Patterson, 55, Blanding, four felony counts of violating ARPA, two felony counts of theft of government property

Jeanne H. Redd, 59, Blanding, two felony counts of violating ARPA, two felony counts of theft of government property, three felony counts of theft of Indian tribal property

James D. Redd, 60, Blanding, one felony count of theft of Indian tribal property

Steven L. Shrader, Durango, Colo., two felony counts of theft of government property

Kevin W. Shumway, 55, Blanding, eight felony counts of violating ARPA, four felony counts of theft of government property, two misdemeanor counts of violating NAGPRA

Tammy Shumway, 39, Blanding, three felony counts of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of government property

Sharon Evette Shumway, 41, Blanding, one felony count of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of government property

Joseph M. Smith, 31, Blanding, 17 felony counts of violating ARPA, eight felony counts of theft of government property, three felony counts of theft of Indian tribal property, one count of misdemeanor theft of Indian tribal property

Meredith Smith, 34, Blanding, one felony count of violating ARPA, two felony counts of theft of government property, one count of misdemeanor theft of Indian tribal property

Rulon Kody Sommerville, 47, Monticello, one felony count of violating ARPA, one misdemeanor count of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of Indian tribal property

Loran St. Claire, 47, Monticello, one felony count of violating ARPA, one misdemeanor count of violating ARPA, one felony count of theft of Indian tribal property

David Waite, charged with one count each of trafficking in stolen artifacts, transportation of stolen property and theft of government property

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