James Vincent Chaney, 37, of Livingston, and Nicole Ann McBee, 32, of Indian Springs
Felons Arrested with Firearms, Methamphetamine, and More, INDIAN SPRINGS, March 1, 2019 - On Wednsday, February 27, 2019, Polk County Sheriff’s Office, accompanied by federal agents from Homeland Security, executed a felony arrest warrant at 539 Cherokee Trail in the subdivision of Indian Springs, for James Vincent Chaney, 37, of Livingston.
Chaney is a known aryan brotherhood of texas gang member and a convicted felon and was believed to be in possession of firearms.
Upon arrival at the residence, deputies executed a felony arrest warrant on Chaney. Chaney was arrested on the outstanding warrant. Detectives also made contact with Nicole Ann McBee, 32, of Indian Springs, who was inside the residence. Detectives obtained probable cause for the application of a search warrant on the residence for firearms and illegal narcotics.
Deputies were granted the search warrant for the property and a search revealed a large amount of methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, components of an explosive device, an explosive device, and firearms hidden in floor compartments of the residence.
Chaney and McBee were charged with four counts of unlawful possession of a firearm by felon, manufacture and/or delivery of a controlled substance, possession of components of an explosive device, prohibited weapons-explosive device, and Chaney was also booked in for his active felony warrant of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Federal agents with A.T.F. were contacted to assist with, and take possession of, the explosive device.
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