LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A trial date has been set for six East Texans accused in a federal meth conspiracy ring.
Terry Lynn Boozer, 55, of Nacogdoches; Janice Gail Williams, 47, of Nacogdoches; Autumn Grace Broadway, 27, of Nacogdoches; Douglas Edward Vance, 43, of Nacogdoches; Linda Richelle Pugh, 41, of Broaddus; and Mattie Alabama Emerson, 23, of Garrison, are accused in the 61-count indictment, which alleges they purchased pseudeophedrine in various stores around East Texas for the purpose of making meth.
Their jury selection and trial are set for April 16 at the federal courthouse in Lufkin.
Motions for continuance must be filed by March 20.
Williams is in detention pending trial, after agreeing to remain under custody in paperwork filed on Feb. 28.
Broadway is also in detention for the same reason, according to paperwork filed on Feb. 23.
Vance is being transferred to the Eastern District court from the Western District, according to paperwork filed on March 1.
Pugh and Emerson are out on bond, according to paperwork filed on Feb. 23.
Boozer has yet to make an initial appearance, according to court documents.