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New Details Discovered In Assault Of Edmond Grandfather

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Edmond police said Deontrey Davis and Marcus Spicer were arrested Friday by the Oklahoma City police. Edmond police said Deontrey Davis and Marcus Spicer were arrested Friday by the Oklahoma City police.
Police say four men beat up and robbed the 64-year-old grandfather at his own condo in Edmond. Police say four men beat up and robbed the 64-year-old grandfather at his own condo in Edmond.
Jade Willman was located on Thursday. She and two others are in custody at the Edmond Police Department. Jade Willman was located on Thursday. She and two others are in custody at the Edmond Police Department.
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New details are revealed after an Edmond grandfather was severely beaten inside his home.

The victim's 14-year-old granddaughter and four others are in custody for the attack. News 9 has obtained new court documents just filed in the Oklahoma County Court.

The documents show the victim was hospitalized for his injuries. He told police four men came to his home with his granddaughter, Jade Willman, and told him they needed Jade's clothing, but the grandfather refused.

The victim says he went inside to call police and they followed him and that's when he was attacked. Willman's grandmother told police her granddaughter was in the group that beat the grandfather. Court papers state the 14-year-old reportedly said the beating was "payback for him beating her."

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Willman's grandmother told police the group stole a rifle, jewelry and the victim's wallet and phone. Willman and two others were taken into custody two days after the attack. Police caught Marcus Spicer and Deontrey Davis a day later.

Detectives expect to present felony charges of burglary and assault and battery.

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