Gang Members Indicted on Drug Trafficking and Other Charges
|FBI Detroit April 12, 2013|
A federal grand jury indictment has charged five subjects with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances and unlawful use of a communication facility. Two other subjects were indicted on felon in possession of a firearm charges. Subsequently, federal arrest warrants were issued.
On April 12, 2013, four subjects—Anthony Smith, Sean Stalker, Bruce O’Neal, and Joshua Vanriette—were arrested in Pontiac and Waterford by the Oakland County Violent Gang Task Force (OCVGTF).
Two other subjects, Jose Montalvo Jr., and Jeffrey James Morway remain wanted for arrest.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Robert D. Foley, III stated, “Those who engage in drug trafficking and illegal gang activity pose a serious threat to the safety of citizens. Through the Oakland County Violent Gang Task Force, the FBI is committed to working with its partners—the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Michigan State Police, Bloomfield Twp. Police, Auburn Hills Police, Waterford Police, and Homeland Security Investigations—to combat gang violence.”
Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard stated “One of the most important parts of our job is to remove dangerous and violent criminals from the streets. I thank our partners and our staff for their dedication in making this happen today.”
Assistance from the public is requested in locating the two remaining wanted individuals.
Anyone with information as to their whereabouts should contact the FBI at (313) 965-2323 or the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.