Nampa motorcycle gang member sentenced for dealing meth

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BOISE, ID - David Allen Oney Jr., 35, of Nampa was sentenced to ten years in federal prison Thursday for distributing methamphetamine, Acting U.S. Attorney Rafael Gonzalez said. 

Oney will have to serve a five-year period of supervised release following his term of imprisonment and pay a $100 special assessment.

Oney entered his guilty plea March 28.

According to court documents, Oney, a self-proclaimed member of the Vagos motorcycle club, sold over 100 grams of pure methamphetamine over the course of three separate drug buys.  During the last sale, law enforcements agents discovered that Oney had brought his young daughter along. 

Oney had been held at the Ada County Jail while awaiting sentencing. During that time, Oney threatened the life of a deputy, struck another inmate in the head and attempted to manipulate his jail cell door, among other violations.

The case was investigated by the Treasure Valley Metro Violent Crime Task comprised of federal, state and local agencies.

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