The Latest: Nevada standoff indictment names Bundys, 5 more

The Latest on arrests in connection with a 2014 armed standoff in Nevada over grazing fees (all times local):

1:30 p.m.

A federal indictment accuses renegade Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and at least five other men of conspiracy, obstruction, threatening federal officers and other charges in a 2014 armed standoff over grazing cattle on U.S. land near Bundy's ranch.

Bundy and seven other people named in a redacted indictment obtained Thursday following the arrest of alleged co-conspirator Jerry DeLemus in New Hampshire were already identified by federal authorities as having taken part in both the Nevada standoff and the occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon.

They are Clive Bundy's sons Ammon Bundy and Ryan Bundy, and supporters Ryan Payne, Peter Santilli Jr., Brian Cavalier and Blaine Cooper.

Redactions appear to black out the names of 11 more people in the indictment filed Wednesday in Las Vegas.


12:45 p.m.

Another member of the Bundy ranching family has been arrested for participating in a 2014 armed standoff in Nevada over grazing fees.

Briana Bundy said on Thursday that 38-year-old Dave Bundy was arrested Thursday by the FBI at a home he is building in Delta, Utah.

He is the son of Cliven Bundy, who was arrested last month on charges stemming from the standoff with federal officials in Nevada who were rounding up Bundy's cattle over unpaid grazing fees.

Another son, Ammon Bundy, was arrested last month for his role in the occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge.

Briana Bundy, the daughter-in-law of Cliven and Carol Bundy, called the arrests unjust. She says the family won't let the recent arrests stop them from fighting for their freedom.