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Teen Among Three Arrested In Deadly Home Invasion In OKC

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Oklahoma City police arrested a teenager who they believe was involved in a deadly home invasion. Two women were also arrested for their roles in the crime.

The home invasion took place on November 16 and the person who died was part of the group trying to break into the home. Now, two women and a teenage boy stand accused of felony murder since a death occurred during the commission of a crime.

Police arrested Deonta Prince, 16, along with Deshauna Gaines, 22, and Shabre Lashay Lawrence, 20, on Monday. Besides felony murder, they also stand accused of conspiracy to commit a felony.

It all happened at a home located in the 2800 block of S.W. 63rd. The police report states officers encountered a group of people in the driveway who said one of the suspects was still inside. That suspect has been identified as 22-year-old Quincy Comeaux and police found him lying dead in the hallway with a gun in his hand.

“We're not sure as to their direct relation to each other,” said Sgt. Ashley Peters with the Oklahoma City Police Department. “We just know they were in association with the deceased who was involved in this home invasion.”

Police said a man who was at the house was also shot and later showed up at SW Medical Center. No word yet if he will face any charges.

Early Tuesday morning, police were back in that same area for an assault call. We are told three people were stabbed and rushed to the hospital. But police said they do not believe the assaults had anything to do with the deadly home invasion.

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