A Greenville man, recently convicted of armed robbery and sentenced to prison, is now facing another armed robbery indictment, along with charges of kidnapping and engaging in organized crime.

Jason Eugene Stevenson is alleged by prosecutors to have been involved with a “street gang” which committed a string of violent offenses in October of last year.

Stevenson, 19, was one of four people from Greenville who were indicted last month by the Hunt County grand jury on one count of aggravated kidnapping. Stevenson pleaded not guilty to the charge during an arraignment hearing Thursday in the 196th District Court. Three more indictments returned against Stevenson in May were unsealed during the same hearing.

Stevenson received an additional indictment for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, and two indictments for engaging in organized crime and entered not guilty pleas Thursday.

Judge Joe Leonard set an interim hearing date of July 8 on all charges.

Stevenson was convicted by a jury May 20 and sentenced to seven years in prison on a charge of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon involving a home invasion on October 27, 2008.

The aggravated kidnapping indictment alleges Stevenson and the others named in the charge forced their way into a home in the 1700 block of Gibbons on the evening of Oct. 2, 2008. A criminal complaint filed by the police department alleged the defendants demanded drugs and/or money from the occupants inside the residence. When the occupants said they had neither drugs nor money, the four armed defendants abducted a female from the home, then later commandeered a car at gunpoint and forced the driver to proceed to another location, where the female victim was released unharmed.

The complaint alleges the kidnapping victim recognized one of the defendants and that records of the defendants’ cell phone activity during the time frame also tied them to the crime.

The latest aggravated robbery indictment alleges Stevenson used a handgun to rob a male victim in Greenville on Oct. 23, 2008, while the engaging in organized criminal activity indictments allege Stevenson and the three other defendants acted and conspired together in the home invasion and aggravated kidnapping cases with the, “intent to establish, maintain and/or participate in a combination and in the profits of a combination and/or as a member of a criminal street gang.”