Members of extremist Boogaloo movement charged with inciting violence during protests
Three men have been charged with inciting violence during the recent demonstrations in Las Vegas according to the U.S. attorney.
All three are Las Vegas residents and alleged members of the
movement, a term used by extremists to signify a coming civil war.
The suspects are 35-year-old Stephen T. Parshall, 23-year-old Andrew Lynam and 40-year old William L. Loomis.
In a federal complaint filed on Tuesday, the men are charged with trying to use molotov cocktails and improvised explosives in the riots.
When taken into state custody, law enforcement found weapons and fire-bomb making material.
In addition to the federal charges, the Clark County D.A has also filed a separate state criminal complaint for Parshall, Lynam, and Loomis.