Williamsb7, show the leaves, but on first look I think it may be Gumbo Limbo or Bursera simarubra.
The pictures I have posted are of Gumbo Limbo. They have compound leaves. The crape myrtle has distinctive pairs of leaves but it is not compound or oppositely arranged. On the crape myrtle, you will see two leaves that are almost opposite but not quite and then there will be a space and two more leaves.