Emerging reports indicated that two teen girls who vanished in Oklahoma on Monday were found dead with five other people — including a convicted rapist who was suspected in their disappearances.
Okmulgee County police confirmed to KWTV that the bodies of Ivy Webster, 14, Brittany Brewer, 16, and Jesse McFadden, 39, were found on a property where four other bodies were located. Officials have not identified the four other decedents, but Webster and Brewer were believed to have vanished in Henryetta with McFadden — who has a 2004 conviction for first-degree rape.
According to KOKI, McFadden received a 20-year sentence and was released in October 2020. The day the emergency alert was issued for Brewer and Webster, McFadden was scheduled to stand trial for charges of soliciting sexual communication with a minor using technology and possession or distribution of juvenile pornography.
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[Featured image: Ivy Webster and Brittany Brewer/Okmulgee County Police Department]