Five people from Lufkin were held in lieu of $1 million bail Tuesday in connection to a shooting that killed a Nacogdoches man and wounded three others.
Anastacia Pettigen, 25, and Jarvis Williamson, 39, were charged Sunday morning with murder in the death of Javinsky Lampkin, 35, of Nacogdoches.
Three others — Nathanial Allen Jackson, 26, Elmer James Williamson Jr., 30, and Wendi Lynn Williamson, 44 — were charged with murder after Nacogdoches police and SWAT team raided a home in the 400 block of St. Clair Road in Lufkin around 8 p.m. Sunday.
Lampkin was shot around 3:30 a.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of Dolph Street along with three other men.
When police arrived, they “immediately began providing emergency medical services,” Nacogdoches police spokesman Sgt. Brett Ayres said in an email.
The four shooting victims were taken to a hospital where Lampkin died.
The other three were in serious condition Sunday awaiting transfer to hospitals out of town. Their conditions were not available Tuesday.
Pettigen and Jarvis Williamson were arrested after driving away from where the shooting occurred and leading police on a chase around the loop, Ayres said.
“As some officers were on scene of the shooting we located a vehicle of interest and attempted a traffic stop on the vehicle. The occupants of the vehicle refused to stop and a pursuit began south bound on NW Stallings Drive. The vehicle finally stopped around the 3200 block of SW Stallings Dive,” Ayres said.
Their arrests led police to search the home 400 block of Claire Street around 8 p.m. Sunday where the three others were arrested.
“There were five juveniles inside the residence that were released to family,” Ayres said.
Jackson was additionally charged with two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Elmer James Williamson Jr. also faces charges of unlawfully carrying a weapon and driving while intoxicated.
The homicide is the second in a week in Nacogdoches.
Carole Favro, 72, was killed July 25 in her home in the 2400 block of East Starr Avenue during what police said was “an assault with a weapon” in the daily activity log released by the department.
Jared Delgado, 17, is charged with murder in her death. Police and jail records initially listed Delgado’s age as 18. Under Texas law, 17-year-olds are considered adults in criminal cases.
Delgado remained in the Nacogdoches County jail Monday in lieu of $2 million bail.