Teens held for deaths: Oklahoma Teens Arrested
Published: July 23, 2015
Teens held for deaths: Oklahoma Teens Arrested, Broken Arrow Police arrested two teens after finding five people dead in a home Wednesday night.
Sgt. Thomas Cooper says officers were dispatched to the scene in the 700 block of Magnolia Court after they got a 911 call at about 11:30 p.m. Cooper said it was an “open line” 911 call, where someone dialed 911 but didn’t speak. The location is near 131st Street South and Elm.
Cooper said the five victims, two adults and three juveniles, had been stabbed. We’ve since learned the couple had seven children; four boys and three girls. Two of the boys and one of the girls are dead.
Police said a 13-year-old girl had multiple stab wounds and had surgery later Thursday morning. Another girl, a two-year-old, was found unharmed in the home and has been placed into state custody.
Sgt. Cooper said two teen boys ran out a back door when police arrived. A K-9 officer tracked the pair along a trail behind the home and police took both into custody a short time later. Police said one teen is 16, the other is 18 and both have since been arrested.
One of the teens was later taken to the hospital but police haven’t said why.
Cooper said the two teens and the all the victims were related.
Police said they haven’t released any names because they’re still in the process of notifying next of kin.
Investigators with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are now at the home and assisting Broken Arrow Police with the case.
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