Edmond Police Department spokeswoman Jenny Monroe said on June 27 William Robert Donovan, 40, of Edmond, and Richard Bruce Traver, 27, who is listed in court records as being homeless, were arrested by the Oklahoma City Police Department and are linked to the Edmond incident.
On July 3, Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater filed the same felony charges against both suspects: Four second-degree burglary counts; one count of engaging in a pattern of criminal offenses and three counts of conspiracy to commit a felony.
On July 17, the defendants were arraigned in custody and each entered a plea of not guilty, according to court records. Bond for Donovan was set at $800,000, bond for Traver at $400,000, according to court records.
On Sept. 11, both defendants are scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing conference in Oklahoma County District Court.
Regarding the pattern of criminal conduct charge, Donovan faces pending charges of felony second-degree forgery and a felony embezzlement in a third Oklahoma County case.
Traver faces a pending felony second-degree forgery charge.