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Federal grand jury indicts 13 Angelina Co. residents on meth charges

Terry Loving mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail. Terry Loving mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail.
Robert Dillahunty mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail. Robert Dillahunty mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail.
Tiffany Stovall mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail. Tiffany Stovall mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail.
Steven Beam mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail. Steven Beam mug shot courtesy of Angelina County Jail.
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

A federal grand jury has indicted 13 Angelina County residents on charges of conspiring to make meth. This indictment is separate from another case alleging four other East Texans committed similar crimes.

The 149-count indictment, released on July 20, details accusations of the 13 going to pharmacies at Sam's, Walmart, Walgreen's and CVS in various counties and buying pseudoephedrine, then using various locations in and around Angelina County to manufacture meth.

[View a slideshow of all 17 suspects.]

Those listed in the federal indictment are:

Terry Lee Loving, 25, of Lufkin: Transferred out of the Angelina County Jail on Monday.

Louis Ray Loving, 27, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Robert Wayne Dillahunty, 40, of Lufkin: Held in the Angelina County Jail.

Gary Justin Kelley, 26, of Pollok: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Holly Linnea Vadelund, 20, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Lyndsey Denise Miller, 21, of Lufkin: Booked in Angelina County Jail on federal charges on Saturday.

Laura Fisher Vadelund, 20, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Krystal Nicole Slusher, 25, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Tiffany Lorelle Stovall, 22, of Lufkin: Booked in Angelina County Jail on federal charges on Sunday.

Mandy Nicole Slomba, 21, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Steven Edward Beam, 25, of Huntington: Booked in Angelina County Jail on federal charges on Sunday.

Loyd Leon McElreath Jr., 50, of Lufkin: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

Amanda Hodges, 25, of Diboll: Not yet arrested, according to Angelina County Jail records.

The indictment alleges that Terry and Louis Loving used residences located on the 900 block of Markus Avenue in Lufkin, as well as one on the 400 block of Vine Street to cook the meth.

All 13 are charged with one count of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and 144 counts of possession of a List 1 chemical. Terry and Louis Loving are each charged with two counts of maintaing a place for the manufacture, distribution and use of methamphetamine and two counts of possession of a listed chemical with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance.

The indictment was released the same day of another indictment which alleged four others used a similar practice. Listed in that indictment were:

David Arthur Dunman, 52, of Lufkin: Arraigned on federal charges.

Deana Sunshine Turner, of Lufkin: Booked in Angelina County Jail on federal charges on Sunday.

Jennifer Jon Holliday, 33, of Lufkin: Booked in Angelina County Jail on federal charges on Monday.

Crystal Ware Keisler, 23, of Newton. In custody of Texas Department of Corrections.

The Lovings, Vadelunds and Miller were arrested by the Department of Public Safety in February following a meth lab bust at a Lufkin motel room.

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