Please find attached herewith the charging documents, affidavits and the warrant filed today in Caddo County against Kaleb Knipp and Christian Rolon-Medina for the death of Bradley Bohay. Medina is in custody and expected to appear before Special District Judge David Stephens tomorrow, February 11, 2016. There is a warrant outstanding for Kaleb Knipp at this time. Any information about the location of Knipp at this time should be forwarded to your local law enforcement agency. Knipp should be considered armed and dangerous.
Jason M. Hicks
Sixth Prosecutorial District
Caddo, Grady, Stephens & Jefferson Counties
State of Oklahoma
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA SITTING
IN AND FOR CADDO COUNTY THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
Plaintiff, vs. Case No. CF-2016
CADDO v CO.
KALEB AARON KNIPP ISSUED
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF CADDO, TO ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER:
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to forthwith arrest and take said KALEB AARON KNIPP into custody for the offense of:
COUNT 1: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE - DELIBERATE INTENT, a FELONY 21 O.S. 701.1(A),
And bring him before me or some other Magistrate having cognizance of the case, to be dealt with according to law. You are further directed to execute this writ or warrant either in daytime or nighttime.
Bond for the release of the above named defendant, to guarantee said defendant's appearance in all the Court's proceedings herein, be and the same is hereby fixed e sum of $__________ until the further
Order of the Court,
Date this 10 day of February 2016
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF CADDO
Received the within writ on the______ day of ____________________ and executed the same by taking into custody Kaleb Aaron Knipp and presenting him before the court this ____Day of_______.
Law Enforcement Officer
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR CADDO COUNTY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Plaintiff Caddo FILED VS. FEB 10 2016
Christian Rolon-Medina DEFENDANT(S)
Patti Barger, Court Clerk
AFFIDAVIT FOR ARREST
THE UNDERSIGNED UPON OATH DEPOSES AND STATES AS FOLLOWS TO WIT: Your Affiant is Capt. Dwaine Miller, a qualified and authorized peace officer with over 24 years of experience and currently employed with the Anadarko Police Department and has been so employed since September 1991, as a full-time Police officer. Your affiant therefore states that:
On February 7, 2016, at around 2011 hrs,, Anadarko Police Sgt. James Howard was dispatched to the 400 blk. of East Texas In reference to a report of shots fired in that area. When Sgt. Howard arrived, he found the victim, Bradley Bohay, laying on the ground with an apparent gunshot wound to the chest. EMS was dispatched and Bohay was taken to the Physicians Hospital Emergency Room where he was pronounced dead.Det. Richardson and I spoke with Aubrey Bert who advised that she had taken her sister Natalia and the victim, Bradley Bohay to sell some morphine tablets to Kaleb Knlpp and Christian Rolon-Medina. According to Aubrey, they located Knipp and Medina in the 400 block of east Texas and pulled up beside them. Aubrey went on to say that Bohay was speaking with Knipp and Medina from the backseat of the car. Medina asked Bohay if he could see the pill to identify them. As Bohay was handing them the pills, Knipp and Medina grabbed the pills and started running south down a drainage culvert. Bohay got out of the vehide and began to chase after Knipp and Medina. Aubrey stated that she then heard what sounded like "a firecracker". According to Aubrey, that's when Natalia got out of the car and ran to see if Bohay was okay. Aubrey stated that she waited in the car for a few minutes and that's when Natalia came running back and said that Bohay had been shot. Aubrey said that Knipp was wearing jeans and a gray hoodie and Medina was wearing a "greenish-blue shirt".
Det. Richardson spoke with Natalia Edge who stated that she, along with Aubrey Bert and Bradley Bohay, was "doing a drug exchange with morphine when Bohay was showing the
morphine pills to Knipp. According to Edge, Knipp started counting money and was about to give Bohay the money. Rather than giving Bohay the money, Knipp "snatched" the p1k out of Bohay's hand and ran. Edge went onto say that Bohay got out of the car and began to chase after Knipp. Edge said that she heard the "sound of fireworks" and got out of the car to check on Bohay. That is when she learned that Bohay had been shot. Edge stated that during the incident, Medina was present with Knipp. I spoke with l(ota Krupp, who told me at around 2100 urs., she received a text message from her son, Kaleb, who told her that he had changed his phone number "because it's hot".
Kola stated that she called Kaleb at around 2145, because she had people asking her why the police were at her house. According to Kola, Kaleb told her that he was on his way home from Owckasha and that when he got home he would tell her what was going on. KoLa stated that when she last saw Kaleb, he was wearing a "gray sweatshirt hoodie" with "no blood on it".A search warrant was obtained for 301 East Colorado, which is known to be the residence of Kaleb Knipp. In the southwest bedroom of the residence along the west wall, officers located a gray sweater with a red substance, which appeared to be blood, on the sleeve. This sweater was consistent with the description, given by witnesses, of the sweater which Kaleb Knipp had been wearing.Det. Richardson interviewed Stephen Jones who lives at 501 East Kentucky tri Anadarko. Stephen said that he received a call from Kaleb asking him (Stephen) to pick him up. Stephen picked Kaleb up and took him to his (Stephen) residence. Stephen said that Kaleb was scared and asked Stephen what he should do. According to Stephen, he asked Kaleb where Christian
was and he told Kaleb that Christian went to "the city". Stephen said that while he was talking to Kaleb, Kaleb was communicating with Garret Cooper, arrangIng for Cooper to pick him up. Stephen said that he asked Kaleb what happened and Kaleb told him that Christian was going to sell some pills to Bohay, but Bohay tried to steal them and run away but Christian instead shot Bohay.
On January 9,, 2016 I interviewed Angel Martinez. Angel told me that he was outside his residence, 309 East Texas in Anadarko, when he observed two subjects standing across the street by the culvert. According to Angel, he saw a "red SUV" drive up to the two subjects and
park in the street with its headlights on. Angel said he saw a male subject, later identified as the victim, get out of the back seat of the 511V and an altercation ensued. Angel told me that during the altercation he recognized the face of one of the two subjects, who were initially standing by the culvert, as "Christian". It should be noted that there is a streetlight illuminating
the area where altercation was taking place. Angel told me that he observed Either Christian or the person who was with him grab the shirt of the victim. The victim then pulled away and ran south down the culvert with Christian and the other subject chasing him. A short time Later, Angel heard a gunshot. Angel said he went to the area where he heard the gunshot and found the victim laying on the ground with a girl holding his hand. Angel told me that he asked the victim who shot him and the girl said "Christian and Kaleb".Based on Your Affiant's training and experience and the facts stated within this affidavit It Is the belief of Your Affiant that the defendant (s) did commit the crime of:
Title 21 0.5 701.7 Murder In The First Degree
BASED ON THIS INFORMATION, THE UNDERSIGNED PRAYS THAT THIS HONORABLE COURT ISSUE A FINDING OF FACT THAT PROBABLE CAUSE EXISTS TO BELIEVE THAT A CRIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED AND THAT THERE IS PROBABLE CAUSE TO BELIEVE THE DEFENDANT (S) ABOVE COMMITTED THAT CRIME.
DWAINE MILLER, AFFIANT NOTARY PUBIC FINDING OF PROBABLE CAUSE THE UNDERSIGNED JUDGE OF THIS COURT, UPON SWORN TESTIMONY AND/OR AFFIDAVIT, HEREBY DETERMINES THERE TO BE PROBABLE CAUSE TO ARREST/DETAIN THE DEFENDANT (S).
JUDGE, DISTRICT COURT OF CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA SITTING IN AND FOR CADDO COUNTY
COUNT 1: MUFWLR IN THE FIRST DEGREE - DELIBERATE INTENT 21 O.S. 701.7(A), a FELONY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY 0F CADDO:
I, Jason M Hicks, the undersigned District Attorney of said County. in the name and by the authority of the State of Oklahoma, give formation than in said County of Caddo and in the State of Oklahoma
KALEB AARON KNIPP acting conjointly and in concert with CHRISTIAN DRAKE ROLON-MEDINA did then and there unlawfully, willfully, knowingly and wrongfully commit the Crime(s) of
COUNT 1: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE - DELIBERATE INTENT - a FElONY. on or about the 7th day of February, 2016 in Caddo County. Oklahoma by unlawfully and with malice aforethought causing the death of another human being, to-wit Bradley Bohay by inflicting certain mortal wounds, to-wit: a gunshot wound to the chest of Bradley Bohay did in fact die as the result of the wounds inflicted by Christian Drake Rolon-Medina and Kaleb Aaron Knipp
This crime is punishable by death, or imprisonment for life without parole THE STATE OF 04 OKLAHOMA,Plaintiff,
vs.KALEB AARON KNIPP Defendant(s).
COUNT 1: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE - DELIBERATE INTENT -21 O.S. 701.7(A), a FELONY STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF CADDO:
I, Jason M. Hicks, the undersigned District Attorney of said County, in the name and by the authority of the State of Oklahoma, give information that in said County of Caddo and in the State of Oklahoma,
CHRISTIAN DRAKE ROLON-MEDINA acting conjointly and in concert with KALEB AARON KNIPP. chd
then and there unlawfully, willfully, knowingly and wrongfully commit the crime(s) of.
COUNT 1: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE - DELIBERATE INTENT - a FELONY, on oc about the 7th day of February, 2016, in Caddo County. Oklahoma by unlawfully and with malice aforeThought causing the death of another human being. to-wit Bradley Bohay by inflicting certain mortal wounds, to-wit a gunshot wound to the chest of Bradley Bohay did in fact de as a result of the wounds inflicted by Christian DrakeRolon-Medina and Kaleb Aaron Knipp.
This crime is punishable by death, imprisonment for life. or imprisonment for life without parole.