(Las Vegas, NV) -- Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy is facing federal charges stemming from a 2014 standoff with federal agents. Bundy and four others were indicted on 16 counts by a federal grand jury yesterday. The charges are a result of the armed assault against federal law enforcement officers who were trying to seize Bundy's cattle that were reportedly grazing illegally on federal public lands. The other defendants include Bundy's two sons, who are currently in custody in Oregon. Bundy was arrested last week at the Portland International Airport on his way to visit his sons, who are being held in jail after their takeover of a national wildlife refuge.