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Lufkin Police arrested two “Jaccboyworld” affiliates on multiple felony charges
Lufkin, TX
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Late last night Lufkin Police arrested two “Jaccboyworld” affiliates on multiple felony charges.


D’Corian Haywood, 20, of Lufkin, and Zaccheuas Albro, 20, Diboll, were taken into custody following a traffic stop outside On the Road convenience store on South Chestnut Street around 9 p.m.


An ongoing multi-agency investigation led detectives to Haywood’s possible location. Officers staged in the area located Haywood as the passenger in a vehicle.


As officers moved in to take Haywood into custody, another passenger – later identified as Albro – also exited the vehicle. He was also taken into custody while the driver was checked for warrants and released.


Albro was in possession of a pistol at the time of his arrest leading to a charge of unlawful carry of a weapon. He also had a felony warrant for deadly conduct.


Haywood had seven felony warrants on charges of evading arrest with a vehicle x2, unlawful carry of a weapon in a vehicle while engaging in organized criminal activity, bail jumping and deadly conduct x4.


Haywood and Albro remained in the Angelina County Jail as of 4 p.m. Wednesday.


(FYI: Mugshot not available on Albro)



Jessica Pebsworth

Communications Director

City of Lufkin

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