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$1M bond set for 2 involved in Whitehead's death

Keith Dubose (Source Lawton Police Department) Keith Dubose (Source Lawton Police Department)
Andrew Gaines (Source Lawton Police Department) Andrew Gaines (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -Two people charged as accomplices in the Joshua Whitehead murder made their first appearances in court.

Keith Dubose and Andrew Gaines were formally arraigned Tuesday. The two face several charges, including assault and battery, robbery and accessory to murder. They're accused of aiding Malike Gibson in killing Whitehead November 2015 along with a series of attacks and robberies that same night.

The two men are being held on million dollar bonds, and are both expected back in court in late March.

Charges were filed against the three Monday.

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