A suspected United Aryan Brotherhood gang member, who was on the run for nearly two weeks, has been arrested.
Deputies say Corey Jarvis, along with Amber Deathrage and Travis Pate, burglarizing a deceased man’s home near Tecumseh on August 21st.
Pate was caught immediately.
Body camera footage captured the moment Deathrage and Jarvis took off in a stolen truck.
That vehicle crashed moments later and had to be pulled from a pond.
Deathrage turned herself in a short time later.
However, deputies did not find Jarvis until Friday, around 2:00 a.m.
They say his fellow gang members were helping him hide near the town of Pink.
“We put five of them in jail in the process of them trying to hide him. While also recovering several stolen vehicles, trailers, finding illegal weapons,” said Detective Steven Sample of the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office.
Sample said the names of those with possible gang connection include: Tanessa Campbell, Thomas Brown, David John Taylor, as well as the “Head of Local UAB” Tim Gray.
Tim Gray called News 9 and said he has no allegiance to the UAB.
News 9 reached out to detectives to see if there has been an update in the case.
The sheriff’s office said they were familiar with the suspects, because they’ve been caught before on similar crimes.