LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Tenaha woman has been named with a Tenaha man previously charged in a federal firearms indictment.
The indictment, filed on Wednesday, states Jeannie Lynn McClure, 32, "did sell or otherwise dispose of in and affecting commerce firearms" to a convicted felon.
The felon, Roderrette DeWrayne McClure, 39, was arrested by federal authorities in August for owning firearms.
Because Roderrette McClure was convicted of sexual assault in 1998, it is illegal for him to own a firearm. In fact, because none of the firearms were manufactured in Texas, Roderrette McClure may have violated a federal law.
Roderrette McClure is currently scheduled for trial on January 9, in Lufkin. A schedule has not yet been set for Jeannie McClure and it is not known if she has even been arrested on the charge.