Edmond investigators arrested the fourth suspect, Dymail Reicher, on Wednesday in connection to a June homicide.
Edmond police were called to a McDonald’s off of 15th and Santa Fe back on June 17 in reference to a shooting.
When they arrived, they found the victim Brooklyn Hampton suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. She later died at the hospital.
Police have arrested four people for her murder, Zsa Zsa Hill, Dymail Reicher, Anthony Nelson and Cedric Biglow.
Recently obtained court documents showed that a home invasion that took place over the Fourth of July weekend was connected to the homicide.
Records stated that Anthony Nelson broke into a home on the northwest side of the city where his brother, Dymail Reicher, was at.
Nelson ended up telling police that he was upset with his brother because he had asked him to take the fall for Hampton’s murder. That is when a fight broke out between the two and a gun was produced. Court documents detailed that is when Nelson grabbed the gun and shot Reicher two to three times.
All four suspects are in the Oklahoma County Detention Center facing first degree murder charges and being held without bond.