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April 11, 2014

UPDATE: Police make 2 arrests in Edmond home assault

Manhunt causes OKC school lockdown

EDMOND — UPDATE AS OF 5 P.M.: Police arrested two suspects wanted in a home assault in Edmond, a search that involved a partial lockdown at an Oklahoma City school Friday morning, sources said.

Friday afternoon, Edmond Police Department spokeswoman Jenny Monroe said Oklahoma City officers arrested Deontrey “Trey” Lee Davis, 18, and Marcus D. Spicer, 29, in the area of Northwest 23rd Street and Rockwell.

Both men, suspects in the aggravated assault and battery of an Edmond man earlier in the week, were at the Edmond station house and were scheduled to be transported to the Oklahoma County jail later in the day.

They face felony aggravated assault and battery, first-degree robbery and burglary charges, Monroe said. An additional charge of obstructing an officer was added after they fled from officers in a manhunt this morning in Oklahoma City, Monroe said.

Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said the Edmond department contacted the agency and personnel from both police departments were looking for the suspects in the city. Wardlow said at one point, Oklahoma City K-9 and Air One units also were involved.

Oklahoma City Public Schools spokeswoman Tierney Tinnin said at about 9:30 a.m., the search was going on in the vicinity of Martin Luther King Avenue and Fourth Street near Douglass High School. Tinnin said at that time the school was placed on partial lockdown, which was lifted by about 10:15 a.m. when the search moved away from the area.

On Thursday, Monroe announced three suspects were in custody on complaints related to the assault that occurred Tuesday afternoon on Dustin Drive in Edmond. A resident was physically assaulted while another resident was held at gunpoint, Monroe said.

Anyone with information on their location can call Edmond Crime Stoppers at 359-4466 or text at tip at 625-TEXT.

Police are hunting for two suspects wanted in a home assault in Edmond, a search that involved a partial lockdown at an Oklahoma City school Friday morning, sources said.

Edmond Police Department spokeswoman Jenny Monroe said officers from Edmond were working a manhunt for the suspects in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said the Edmond department contacted the agency and personnel from the two agencies were looking for the suspects in the city. Wardlow said Oklahoma City K-9 and Air One units also were involved.

Oklahoma City Public Schools spokeswoman Tierney Tinnin said at about 9:30 a.m., the search was going on in the vicinity of Martin Luther King Avenue and Fourth Street near Douglas High School. Tinnin said at that time the school was placed on partial lockdown, which was lifted by about 10:15 a.m. when the search moved away from the area.

On Thursday, Monroe announced three suspects were in custody on complaints related to the assault that occurred Tuesday afternoon on Dustin Drive in Edmond. A resident was physically assaulted while another resident was held at gunpoint, Monroe said.

Stay tuned for more details in this developing story.

marks@edmondsun.com | 341-2121, ext. 108

 

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