Three men charged with organized criminal activity in a rash of car burglaries were among 10 individuals indicted by an Erath County grand jury Wednesday.

James Craig Martin, 17, Willis Andrew White, 18, and Zachary James Williams, 18, are accused of working together in a three-day crime spree that involved burglaries of at least 15 vehicles last year, according to District Attorney Jason Cashon.

The men were also charged with burglary of a vehicle, a state jail felony.

Cashon said the men face a criminal conspiracy charge because three or more allegedly acted together to carry out multiple crimes.

Others indicted include:

Esther Anna Alvarado, 41, possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony.

Johnny David Belcher, 30, theft (less than $1,500 with two prior convictions), a state jail felony.

Kerry Randall Bolling, 23, possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony.

Chad Michael Brown, 34, possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram, enhanced), a second degree felony.

David Glenn Hanchey, 50, forgery (by passing, enhanced), a second degree felony.

Christopher Kevin Masten, 29, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second degree felony.

Tony Saucillo Jr., 25, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 (one gram or more but less than four grams), a second degree felony.