Two teenagers have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder over the disappearance of Piedmont, OK., teenager, Anne Hill.
Chadd Raymond, 16, and Chloe Thomas, 16, were taken into custody by Oklahoma City Police Homicide investigators and named as suspects in Hill’s disappearance. Hill, also 16, was reported missing in April, 2014.
Initially the investigation was assigned to the missing persons unit. But the case has been reassigned to the homicide unit after police said there is a reason to suspect foul play. About five days after Hill went missing, her car was found abandoned in an Edmond park, raising concerns for police. A search warrant was issued at an Oklahoma City apartment complex in connection with Hill’s disappearance. According to police, Thomas came to police headquarters Friday afternoon, was interviewed by investigators and subsequently arrested. Saturday morning, Raymond was arrested at his home in northwest Oklahoma City. Both suspects face a first-degree murder complaint.h/t news9
Police said the investigation is ongoing. To protect the integrity of the investigation, police said they will not be able to discuss further details at this time.