The discovery of seven dead bodies, including two teenage girls who had been missing, has shaken the small community of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. According to reports from the Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, the bodies of Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, were found alongside five others on a local property. The other victim has yet to be identified.
MISSING GIRLS LAST SEEN WITH A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER
Authorities discovered the remains of Jesse McFadden, a 39-year-old registered sex offender who had spent 16 years in prison for rape, during the investigation. McFadden had been scheduled to stand trial on Monday on charges of soliciting child porn. Reports indicate that the missing girls were last seen with McFadden, who Webster’s father said his daughter had gone to spend the weekend with before without incident.
POLICE INVESTIGATE PROPERTY FOR MISSING GIRLS
Police became involved in the search for the missing girls when Muskogee County issued a bench warrant for McFadden’s arrest after he failed to show up for his trial. When authorities went to his home and property to arrest him, they began searching for the missing girls. It is unclear whether the bodies were found on McFadden’s property or elsewhere.
TRAGIC END FOR MISSING TEENAGERS AND OTHER VICTIMS
The discovery of the seven bodies has shocked the local community, with many expressing their condolences and offering support to the families of the victims. It is still unclear what led to the tragic deaths of the missing teenagers and the other victims. The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are expected to release more information as it becomes available.
The discovery of the seven dead bodies, including two missing teenage girls, has rocked the small community of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. With one of the victims being a registered sex offender, the incident has raised concerns about the safety of children in the area. The authorities’ investigation into the incident is ongoing, and more information is expected to be released in the coming days.