A Houston rapper was arrested on charges of running a violent street gang. Police arrested Alexandra Nicks, 26, while she was in court answering to a separate charge.
Nicks, known as OMB Bloodbath, was taken into custody Friday on charges of directing activities of a violent criminal street gang.
Nicks is believed to belong to the 100% Third Ward and "103" street gangs, according to KTRK.
In October 2017, Houston police released a video showing four armed murder suspects trying to hijack a minivan.
Police said the four suspects are linked to an earlier shooting that killed 53-year-old Sam Johnson and injured 22-year-old Walter Fields.
Charging documents state Nicks financed, directed, and supervised the "commission of the offenses of Murder, Aggravated Assault, and Aggravated Robbery, by members of said criminal street gang."
Nicks was convicted in 2013 for burglary of a habitation, according to court documents. Nicks was an up-and-coming rapper who recorded dozens of songs littered with violent, gang-related lyrics.