Toya Wright will not be her brothers' keeper following their involvement with a jewelry heist last month in Louisiana.
Casey Johnson was arrested Wednesday after a state trooper said they found items from the robbery in his vehicle, reports WBRZ. Another suspect, Jacquendes Octave, was also arrested in connection with the robbery.
Walter Johnson, Casey and Toya's other brother, remains at large with fellow suspects Jay Lyons and a New Orleans juvenile.
The report states:
"Gonzales Police said on July 14 four men with guns went into Roussel's on Airline Highway and threatened to kill the employees. They then stole jewelry from the display cabinets as well as items from the store's safe and the surveillance video equipment.
Detectives said they found out the four visited another jewelry store earlier that day, and used surveillance video as well as fingerprints and social media to identify the group. Police said one was a New Orleans juvenile with a history of robberies while the three others were Octave, 33-year-old Walter Johnson of Metairie, and 22-year-old Jay Lyons of Gretna.
Investigators said the group identified themselves as a self-made gang called the 'Truce Mob.'"
At the time of Casey's arrest, the trooper found a large number of diamond rings which were later determined to belong to Roussel's. Casey was extradited back to Gonzales and charged with accessory after the fact to armed robbery. Octave will be booked on four charges of armed robbery, four charges of armed robbery with a firearm and one charge of felony theft in excess of $25,000.
The car, owned by Lyons, has been held as evidence.
Casey and Walter were featured on Wright's BET reality series "Toya: A Family Affair."