Teen convicted in pharmacy robbery arrested for burglary, assault and battery

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DEL CITY, Okla. – A teenager, who was convicted for his involvement in a high-profile murder case surrounding Reliable Pharmacy, is behind bars again.

Jevontai Ingram is facing an array of charges for an alleged break-in in Del City.

When officers arrived, they were met by a woman who said a man had kicked in her front door.

The victim said she had met the alleged suspect before but only knew him as “Daddy-O.”

According to police, after kicking down the door, the man said, “What’s up now!”

She said that she told him he needed to leave.

That’s when the victim, who is 4 months pregnant, said he kneed her in the stomach.

While investigating, officers also found bleach poured out in a closet onto a pile of clothing.

Authorities say they also spoke with the alleged suspect’s girlfriend, who told officers she had dropped off Jevontai Ingram at the apartments.

She said Ingram told her that he was visiting a cousin and had no idea what was going on.

Ingram is facing charges of first-degree burglary, assault and battery, domestic abuse by strangulation, domestic abuse committed against a pregnant woman, malicious injury and destruction of property and first-degree robbery.  His bail is set at $700,000.

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