LYNN HAVEN, Fla. (WMBB) – Two more teenagers are now facing charges in-connection with a fatal stabbing two weeks ago at Cain-Griffin Park.
Lynn Haven Police arrested 17-year old Elizabeth Marie Edenfield from Fountain and 16-year old Raylee Brook Hewett of Lynn Haven on Monday.
They say the pair were involved in the planning of an attempted robbery of 15-year old Savien Thaniel Craven during a drug deal at the park.
According to police, Craven was at the park to sell marijuana to two other teenagers. They said the two buyers used pepper spray on Craven and tried to steal the drugs.
Craven allegedly pulled a knife and cut both boys. One is still in critical condition and the other, identified by family as 14-year old Jacob Revis, died at the scene.
Officers arrested Craven just minutes after the stabbing.
He’s charged with an open count of murder and a separate count of aggravated battery. Edenfield and Hewett are both charged with robbery.
They’re in the custody of the Department of Juvenile Justice. Investigators say there could be more charges filed in this case.