Houston County deputies arrest 3 men on organized crime charges - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Houston County Sheriff's deputies arrest 3 men on organized crime charges

Okoya Davis (Source: Houston County Jail) Okoya Davis (Source: Houston County Jail)
Derrick Jones (Source: Houston County Jail) Derrick Jones (Source: Houston County Jail)
Kykeedrian Shanks (Source: Houston County jail) Kykeedrian Shanks (Source: Houston County jail)
HOUSTON COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

Houston County Sheriff's deputies arrested three Crockett men in connection with a series of incidents including car burglaries, car theft, and theft of firearms in the Lovelady and Crockett area.

All three men are still in the Houston County jail. The suspects include Kykeedrian Shanks, 18, of Crockett; Derrick Jones, 18, of Crockett; and Okoya Davis, 21, of Crockett.

All three men were charged with unauthorized use of vehicle, two counts of burglary of a vehicle, theft of a firearm, and two counts of engaging in organized criminal. The unauthorized use of a vehicle and theft of firearm charges are state jail felonies. Engaging in organized criminal activity is a third-degree felony, and burglary of a vehicle is a Class A misdemeanor. Each man's collective bond was set at $55,000.

During the course of this investigation, it was learned that the suspects are also responsible for burglaries in other counties.

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