Joiner and Garner have not yet been apprehended, according to law enforcement officials. Jenderseck was arrested in North Dakota this week by U.S. Marshals, according to WSAV News 3 in Savannah.
The wave of indictments was set in motion last December, when the bodies of soldier Michael Roark and his girlfriend, 17-year-old Tiffany York, were discovered in woods near Ludowici, about 15 miles from Fort Stewart.
Sgt. Anthony Peden, Pvt. Christopher Salmon and Pvt. Isaac Aguigui are charged with their murders. They face the death penalty if convicted.
Salmon’s wife, Heather Salmon, also faces murder charges, but not the death penalty. A fourth soldier, Pfc. Michael Burnett, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and is cooperating with prosecutors.
Prosecutors believe Roark was buying guns for the gang and was killed after he left the military in order to silence him.
Larson, the Fort Stewart spokesman, said no further indictments are expected. “We remain confident there are no unknown subjects,” he said Tuesday via e-mail.
None of the men indicted this week are believed to be involved in the deaths of Roark and York, though Jenderseck, also known as “Jelly,” has been charged with tampering with evidence. Durden said Jenderseck helped the accused soldiers burn the clothing they wore the night of the killings.
Prosecutors say Aguigui bankrolled F.E.A.R.’s operations with a life insurance payout he received after the death of his wife, Deirdre, last year. Fort Stewart spokesman Ron Elliott confirmed that her death, which occurred on-base, is under investigation.
Calls to the district attorney’s office were not returned Tuesday.
FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett would not comment on whether federal officials were involved in the investigation, though agents for the FBI and ATF, along with local law enforcement, were cited as witnesses in the indictments.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.