14-year-old granddaughter of Edmond assault victims in custody
By Jay Dillon
The Edmond Police Department says it has located a teenager who was in a home when her grandparents were assaulted Tuesday.Edmond Police public information specialist Jenny Wagnon-Monroe announced Thursday they had located 14-year-old Jade Nicole Willman. The teen, along with another juvenile boy and adult man, were taken into custody at the Edmond Police Department. Wagnon-Monroe says the department will be presenting felony charges of burglary, aggravated assault & battery, and first degree robbery against two juveniles and an adult, 18-year-old Forrest Goble. Edmond police said Willman's grandparents, both in their 60's, were assaulted and held at gunpoint by several men on Tuesday.Police say they were called to the 1000 block of Dustin around 1:30 that afternoon to a report of an assault. According to police, the grandmother woke up and watched her husband being beaten. Police said the men took a wallet and cell phone before the teenager left with the men.Wagnon-Monroe says they're still searching for two other men connected to the crime.
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