Police still looking for man connected to a murder
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —
Oklahoma City Police are still looking for a man wanted on a first degree murder warrant.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is seeking Ronnie Brannon, 26. On Oct. 12, Brannon, along with Trevion Moten and Brandon Johnson, were charged with first degree murder and trafficking in illegal drugs.
The charges come in connection to the Sept. 22 fatal shooting of Joshua Williams at a home at 1615 NE 20 Street. Court records show that Williams and Kendal Richardson went to the home and were met by Moten, Brannon and Johnson. A drug deal then ensued.
Sometime during the deal, shots were fired and Williams was hit and killed. Brannon and Johnson fled the scene. Richardson has been arrested on complaints of first degree murder and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Moten was arrested Oct. 5. Charges against Johnson have been dismissed. Brannon is described as 5-feet, 9-inches tall and weighing around 150 pounds.
Brannon is considered armed and dangerous.
A tip to Brannon's location could lead to a cash reward.