Oklahoma's Most Wanted: Trevyon Ashley

Trevyon Ashley, 23, was wanted in Oklahoma County on a warrant for burglary in the first degree and assault and battery. Mug from a previous arrest. (Oklahoma County Jail)

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Trevyon Ashley, 23, has been wanted on a warrant for burglary in the first degree and assault and battery since March 17, 2017.

Court records show that on March 3, 2017 Midwest City police were called to an apartment in the 7800 block of NE 10 Street.

The occupants of the apartment told police that they were lying in bed when they heard a loud banging at the front door. The male victim then approached the door and was struck by it as it was broken into. Four people, including Ashley, then ran into the home and began assaulting the man.

"It's possible the victims knew the suspect and the other three individuals that came over to the house," Mark Opgrande with the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said. "Anytime you're at home people want to feel safe especially when you come over and have someone allegedly kick down your front door."

The man told police that Ashley and his brother were upset with him about an incident that occurred earlier in the day. The female victim then grabbed a kitchen knife and began yelling at the suspects, who fled the home.

These types of crimes make Ashley a priority for the sheriff's office. Opgrande said someone should be able to recognize him.

"People know who he is," Opgrande said. "The victims know who he is but the question is, 'Where is he?' That's what we're looking for."

Ashley's brother, Joshua, has been taken into custody for the incident. Trevyon and Mikaylah Adkins remain wanted for the crime.

Ashley was taken into custody June 27.

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