LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A sixth person charged in connection to the January shooting death of a Lufkin man has turned herself in after serving the terms of her probation in Beaumont.
According to a previous report, a warrant for aggravated assault was served to Narvlee Young, 24, of Lufkin, in May. She and Lufkin Police agreed she would turn herself in after she had served her probation in Beaumont.
According to an arrest affidavit, Laricia Young, Narvlee Young and Kendall Thompson were assaulted by men at a residence on the 700 block of Cottonbelt Drive. They then retreated to a residence on the 700 block of Joyce Lane where they met up with Elton Gibson, Jonathan Woodard and Curtis Henderson.
The affidavit states Narvlee Young, Henderson, Laricia Young and Woodard then drove back to the house on Cottonbelt Drive and slowed down. Narvlee Young opened the front passenger door and fired a shot from a 22-caliber pistol. They then left the scene and drove back to Joyce Lane.
A previous affidavit stated Kendall Thompson, 19, and Elton Gibson Jr., 19, both of Lufkin, and one other person drove by the same residence. One of them fired a shot that killed Joseph Cooper, 63, of Lufkin.
Laricia Young, Henderson and Woodard are charged with aggravated assault. Thompson and Gibson were charged with murder on May 6.
Narvlee Young is being held in the Angelina County Jail without bond.
Jury selections for Thompson and Gibson are set for Oct. 25. A trial date will be set after those selections.