BOISE, Idaho (KLIX)-Fifteen members of a gang located in the Treasure Valley have been indicted by a federal grand jury for distribution of methamphetamine.

According to U.S. Attorney Bart Davis, members and associates of the West Side Loma gang were all indicted on November 13 in an announcement made earlier Wednesday morning in Boise. One person is facing charges of unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of an unregistered firearm.

Several of those indicted were already behind bars and various facilities, some placed into custody and one is still at large. Most allegedly sold more pure amounts of methamphetamine, according to Davis. The charges come after an investigation by the Treasure Valley Metro Violent Crimes Task Force and will be prosecuted by a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney.
Those accused and charged are:
Kristina Alvarado, 38, of Nampa
Marvin Arredondo, 30, of Parma
Vanessa Campos, 31, of Caldwell
Brooks Case, 32, of Star
Javier Deluna, 29, of Nampa
Alfredo Esparza, Jr., 48, of Nampa
Leno Esparza, 28, of Nampa
Elisa Mata, 34, of Nampa
Arturo Fuentes, 41, of Caldwell
Alex Ibarra, 21, of Homedale
Stephen Janoushek, 66, of Meridian
Lorensa Muniz, 32, of Caldwell
Miriam Murillo, 33, of Nampa
Harley Ogburn, 27, of Nampa
Breanna Stell, 28, of Parma

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