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According to the alert, the teens were last seen Monday at 1:22 pm in Henryetta, and advised that “both are possibly traveling in a white Chevy Avalanche with Jesse McFadden.”
On Monday at 3 pm, police executed a search warrant at McFadden’s property and discovered the seven bodies.
Though the authorities did not confirm the identities of the victims, the EMA was canceled after the discovery, and law enforcement told the media “We believe that we have found the persons” and that police were “no longer looking” for Webster, Brewer, and McFadden.
The Henryetta Public School system issued a statement later in the day stating that “several” students were among the victims. In a letter to the parents, the district wrote, “Our hearts are hurting, and we have considered what would be best for our students in the coming days,” adding that classes would continue, but graduation ceremonies that were scheduled for the week were postponed and that grief counselors would be made available to students.
Nathan Brewer, Brittany’s father, confirmed to News on 6 that his daughter was among the victims.
Tuesday, Janette Mayo, a Westville, Okla., resident, confirmed to the Associated Press that her daughter, Holly Guess, 35, was also among the victims. State records retrieved by NPR revealed that Guess and McFadden had applied for a marriage license in 2022.
Mayo added that her grandchildren — Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17, Michael James Mayo, 15, and Tiffany Dore Guess, 13 — were also found dead at the property.
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