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Bond denied for Anadarko homicide suspect

Christian Rolon-Medina (Source Anadarko Police Department) Christian Rolon-Medina (Source Anadarko Police Department)

ANADARKO, OK (KSWO) -A judge denied bond for one of the suspects accused of gunning down an Anadarko teenager.

Christian Rolon-Medina, 19, was arraigned in a Caddo County court on a first-degree murder charge. Rolon-Medina and 19-year-old Kaleb Knipp are suspects in the shooting death of 17-year-old Bradley Bohay.

According to investigators, the shooting was the result of a drug deal. They say Bohay and two others were trying to sell morphine pills to Rolon-Medina and Knipp. During the deal, the suspects swiped the pills and ran off.

When Bohay chased after them, police say Bohay was shot once in the side with a .22 caliber gun.

Rolon-Medina turned himself in to authorities Tuesday, but Knipp is still on the run.

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