‘One of them is shot bad’: 911 call released after three burglars broke into man’s Oklahoma home

The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office released a 911 call of the man who shot three teenagers who tried to break into his home on Monday afternoon.

Police said that Zach Peters, 23, shot the three teen boys after they attempted to break into his home through a glass door near the back entrance. Peters told the 911 operators that he used an AR-15 rifle to shoot the teens and that one of them was “shot bad.”

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The teens were identified as Max Cook, Jacob Redfearn and Jaykob Woodruff. All three were shot to death.


Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez, 21, of Oologah, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with three first-degree murder and three first-degree burglary charges. Police said she turned herself in and admitted that she was the getaway driver. After she heard shots fired, she fled the scene in her car. She’s accused of planning the burglary and driving the teens by down on several occasions before the shooting because they wanted to steal things.

“It was determined she had driven these individuals to the house and dropped them off with the intent to burglarize the residence,” Wagoner County Deputy Nick Mahoney said.

She remains behind bars with no bond.

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