LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) – A Lufkin man was sentenced to 10 years in prison, after he was found guilty of at least four car burglaries and other drug charges.
Javonte Hunt, 17, could receive shock probation after six months. He's also ordered to get his GED and undergo counseling.
According to an arrest complaint, Hunt stole a .22-caliber rifle, car stereo, camera and a pair of shoes, over the weekend of April 10. He was charged with engaging in organized crime.
Hunt was arrested along with his mother on April 21, in a drug bust. The Angelina Sheriff's Department charged him on one count of delivery of a controlled substance and one count of drug possession.
According to the complaint, Det. Norman Williams was able to connect all items reported stolen back to Hunt.