Edmond Santa Fe student charged in murder case

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EDMOND, Okla. - An Edmond teen has been arrested on a felony murder charge. 

Police said 16-year-old Kelcee Hollier was involved in a robbery that led to the death of one of her friends, 19-year-old Jonathan Braggs.

Another friend of the victim, 20-year-old Johnathan Daniels, was also arrested and charged with murder.

Hollier, a sophomore at Edmond's Santa Fe High School, is facing a felony charge for her involvement in a murder that happened back on Nov. 15.

Court records show Kelcee told investigators she was with two men the night of the murder. 

Murdered teen

OKC Police Master Sgt. Gary Knight said, "It was determined through the investigation this was a drug deal."

Hollier said she knew the three were going to the 3100 block of N.W.150th St. "to rob Davieon Smith of his drugs."

In a separate interview, Daniels also admitted to a robbery plot.

Hollier admitted to police she knew Braggs had a gun but said she was not armed. 

Knight said, "She did not shoot anybody or actively kill anybody she was part of the crime."

Hollier told investigators Smith and another unknown man began shooting at Daniels and Braggs during the armed robbery, killing Braggs and sending Daniels to the hospital.

Hollier said she "ran from the vehicle."

Police have also issued a warrant for Davieon Smith on a charge of first-degree murder.

Investigators said they don't believe Hollier or Daniels actually fired the shot that killed Braggs; however, their role in the robbery is what has led to these charges.  

Knight said, "Felony murder means he was in commission of a crime but he was not the one that did the shooting."

Authorities are working to identify another suspect. 

If you have any information on Smith's whereabouts, you are asked to call the Sheriff's Warrant Team at (405) 713-6262.

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