Search for Missing Teens in Oklahoma Leads to Discovery of 7 Dead Bodies

Search for Missing Teens in Oklahoma Leads to Discovery of 7 Dead Bodies

According to officials with the Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office, seven remains were discovered on a plot of land in rural Oklahoma on Monday afternoon during a search for two adolescent females who had been reported missing and were allegedly seen with a convicted sex offender.

None of the seven bodies were named, and authorities would confirm whether the missing girls, Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, were among the seven victims.

Sheriff Eddy Rice, however, stated that when the deaths were discovered at the ranch, close to Henryetta, the county seat, and just south of Tulsa, the authorities ceased their hunt for Ivy and Brittany. Sheriff Rice stated, “We think to have located everything that we were looking for this morning.

The sheriff stated he was unable to comment further on the seven fatalities but added that a homicide investigation was underway.

The girls were last seen in Henryetta around 1:30 a.m. on Monday, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol’s missing-persons alert. Jesse L. McFadden was also in the white Chevrolet pickup.

Here is the tweet posted by OHP Alerts:

The 39-year-old Mr. McFadden, a known rapist, and serial sex offender, was due to stand trial in Muskogee County on Monday on counts of child pornography and using technology to encourage sexual activity with a juvenile.

After Mr. McFadden neglected to show up in court on Monday morning, a bench warrant was issued.

Ivy spent Saturday at a friend’s house and was reported missing after she didn’t come home Sunday night, the Sheriff’s Office stated in a Facebook post.

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