Edmond Home Invasion Suspects In Custody

Friday, April 11th 2014, 10:58 am
By: News 9

The two suspects accused of brutally attacking a grandfather during a home invasion in Edmond were taken into custody Friday afternoon.

Edmond police said Deontrey Davis and Marcus Spicer were arrested Friday by the Oklahoma City police.

A manhunt for the two suspects started Friday morning in the area of Martin Luther King and 4th. Police believed the suspects were armed and dangerous, and they advised people to stay away from the area.

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Police say four suspects beat up and robbed the 64-year-old grandfather at his own condo in Edmond Tuesday afternoon. His granddaughter, 14-year-old Jade Willman, was a witness to the assault. However, she went missing following the incident.

Willman was located on Thursday. She and two others are in custody at the Edmond Police Department.

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Detectives will present felony charges of burglary, aggravated assault and battery, and first-degree robbery for Willman, another juvenile and an adult. Willman will be transported to the juvenile shelter. The two others will be transported to the Oklahoma County Jail.

The 64-year-old grandfather is listed in good condition after the assault. Investigators have yet to identify the other suspects.