The Edmond Sun

Police Blotter

April 14, 2014

5 suspects face charges in Edmond home assault

EDMOND — A resident was silent while he was kicked repeatedly in his ribs and head during last week’s assault in an Edmond home, court records show.

Jenny Monroe, spokeswoman for the Edmond Police Department, said five individuals arrested in recent days appear to be the extent of the suspects in the incident. Monroe said the victim, 64, is back at home after he was transported to a metro hospital.

The five suspects according to the Edmond Police Department and Oklahoma County records are:

• Marcus D. Spicer, 29, who was being held on $250,000 bond in the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of aggravated assault and battery, attempted first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary.  

• Forrest Jewel Goble, 18, who was being held on $43,000 bond on complaints of aggravated assault and battery, first-degree burglary and robbery with a firearm. Probable cause paperwork was filed against Goble Monday in Oklahoma County District Court;

• Deontrey “Trey” Lee Davis, 18, who was being held on $75,000 bond on complaints of aggravated assault and battery, first-degree burglary and robbery with a firearm. Probable cause paperwork was filed against Goble Monday in Oklahoma County District Court;

• Ruben Joel Arellano, 16, who was arrested on complaints of robbery with a firearm, aggravated assault and battery and first-degree burglary. Bond amount was not immediately available. Probable cause paperwork was filed against Arellano Monday in Oklahoma County District Court. Monroe said Arellano is being charged as an adult; and

• Jade Nichole Willman, 14, who was arrested on complaints of aggravated assault and battery, robbery with a firearm and first-degree burglary. Police publicly identified Willman last week when they said they were concerned about her welfare and wanted to speak to her. Monroe said she is being handled in the juvenile system.

Affidavits of probable cause filed by Edmond Police Detective Sharla Bradley April 10 in Oklahoma County District Court, shed light into what happened before, during and after the suspects entered a home in a normally quiet Edmond neighborhood.

Bradley stated that on Thursday Willman was located with Goble and Arellano. Bradley stated she learned the suspects had gone to a home on Dustin Drive to get Willman’s clothing.

In Bradley’s affidavit filed against Goble, Bradley stated the victim, who had been transported to a metro trauma center, said he awoke to someone at his front door, got up and saw a white van backing out of his driveway. Bradley stated the victim said the van pulled back into the driveway where a black male wearing glasses asked for Willman’s clothing.

The victim said he told the black male no and asked where Willman was; she had not been living in the home for several months, Bradley stated.

Bradley stated the black male wearing glasses told the victim he was getting an attitude and two other black males, a white male and Willman got out of the van. Bradley stated the victim went back inside the home to call police and the group followed him inside uninvited.

During questioning, Arellano admitted he retrieved a firearm from their vehicle while Spicer and Davis began the assault on the victim, a resident at the home; Goble was the lookout, Bradley stated.

Bradley stated Arellano said he participated in kicking the victim when he returned with the gun.

The victim’s wife awoke to several black males beating her husband and Willman was with them, Bradley stated. She said during the assault a black male wearing glasses pointing a firearm at her told her to “shut up,” Bradley stated.

At some point, she said she heard Willman say “check under the bed” and she watched as several suspects reached under the bed and retrieved what turned out to be a .22-caliber rifle, Bradley stated.

Bradley stated Arellano admitted a .22-caliber rifle, a cell phone and a wallet were taken from the home.

Arellano and Goble gave the same accounts of what transpired with one exception — Goble said the firearm they used was a BB gun they disposed of in a dumpster at an unknown store, Bradley stated.

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