Two Teens Charged In Connection With Missing Piedmont Girl
Thursday, October 16th 2014, 6:16 pm
Two teenagers were charged Thursday in connection with the disappearance of 16-year-old Anne Hill, who was reported missing six months ago.
According to court documents, 16-year-old Chadd Raymond was charged with first-degree murder, and 17-year-old Chloe Thomas was charged with accessory to murder.
Court documents show Thomas turned herself in on October 10 at the Oklahoma City Police Headquarters.
10/13/2014 Related Story: Two Arrested In Connection With Missing Piedmont Teen
Thomas told investigators that Raymond choked Hill to death on April 11 at his brother's apartment in Edmond. The two then allegedly loaded Hill's body into the back of her car, drove to an unknown wooded area, placed Hill's body on the ground and covered her with sticks and brush. Thomas said the two then drove back to Edmond where they allegedly abandoned her car in a neighborhood near the apartment.
Investigators questioned Raymond and Thomas early on in the investigation. Both suspects told police the same story -- that Hill allegedly came to the apartment to purchase drugs, they all watched a movie, but she became upset and left after finding out her drug dealer was in jail.
10/13/2014 Related Story: Two Arrested On Murder Charge In Missing Piedmont Teen Case
According to court documents, the only thing consistent between the confession and what Hill told her mom before her disappearance was that Hill planned to watch a movie with friends in Edmond.