Details emerge in D.J. Jones murder investigation

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DURANT, OK - According to an OSBI affidavit, obtained by KXII, former Denison High School football star D.J. Jones may have been killed as a result of a drug deal gone wrong.

The document states that 19-year-old Jones was lured to Cartwright, Oklahoma, with promises of sex by a woman he knew in high school.

Three people are now in custody in connection with his death: 22-year old Harold Ray Hass, 18-year old Wesley Dylan Kelley and 20-year old Alora Hix.

The affidavit says the suspects claim Hix lured Jones to Cartwright Friday morning -- then they shot him behind the Lucky Stop convenience store.

One of the suspects claims he gave Jones $550 for a pound of marijuana but Jones never delivered the drugs -- that's why they reportedly set him up.

A friend who was with Jones when he was killed told law enforcement. when Jones realized what was going on, he tried to get away but his car wouldn't start.

He says when Jones tried to run, Hass shot him in the back with a shotgun. Hass faces first degree murder charges.

Hass, Kelley, and Hix were arrested and booked into the Bryan County Jail.

Authorities are still looking for 28-year-old Dustin Shawn Metcalf of Calera. If you know where he is, you're urged to call O-S-B-I.

Funeral services for 19-year-old Dresean "D.J." Jones are set for Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at First Baptist Church in Denison.