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Charges filed in deadly Duncan robbery

Edgar Coffey Edgar Coffey
Brandi Harris Brandi Harris
Kevin Harris Kevin Harris
Cody McQuilliam Cody McQuilliam

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- Six people are now facing charges in the shooting death of a Duncan teen during a botched robbery last week.

Police say Dylan Black was found dead inside a car on Sunday from a gunshot wound to the head at the Greens Apartments in Duncan. Kevin Harris and Cody McQuilliam are both facing second degree murder charges. They are being held on a $1 million bond at the Stephens County Jail. Two 16-year-olds are also facing second degree murder charges.

According to the affidavits, a group Dylan Black was with went to a home under the impression they were going to buy $600 worth of marijuana. But the real reason they were there soon came to light. In the court records, the victim, Harris, McQuilliam and one of the teens went to a home to buy marijuana.

But the group later admitted to police that they never were going to buy the drugs. They said they were going to steal them and run. After a short struggle inside the home, McQuilliam said he pepper sprayed the unidentified teen with the pistol, and ran to the car. Police say the unidentified teen shot at the car as it drove away. That teenager who has not been identified or charged is in custody.

Two others were charged in the case as well. Brandi Harris with conspiracy for letting the group use her car to drive to the would-be robbery. And Edgar Coffey was charged as an accessory after the fact for helping hide the gun used to shot at the car.

Duncan police tell me they are still investigating this homicide.
The two 16-year-olds will be back in court August 2nd, and McQuilliam and Coffey along with Kevin and Brandi Harris will appear on July 26th.

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