Bond Denied To Suspect In Fatal Anadarko Shooting
ANADARKO, Oklahoma - A judge has denied bond to one of the suspects accused of gunning down an Anadarko teen on Feb. 7.
According to investigators, the fatal shooting was the result of a drug deal gone bad. The victim, 17-year-old Bradley Bohay, and two others were trying to sell morphine pills to the suspects, Christian Rolon-Medina and Kaleb Knipp.
During the deal, the suspects swiped the pills and ran off. When Bohay chased after them, a shot was fired and Bohay was shot once in the side with a .22 caliber gun.
Rolon-Medina, 19, turned himself in to authorities on Tuesday. Knipp, also 19 years old, is still on the run.
Rolon-Medina was arraigned earlier on Thursday, when the judge denied his bond.