A sex offender in Oklahoma who was found dead on Monday with six other people — including two girls who had vanished — reportedly has a wife and three children who are also missing.
Officials have not identified the four other people who were found dead in Henryetta. Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office said three of the bodies are that of Ivy Webster, 14, Brittany Brewer, 16, and Jesse McFadden, 39.
McFadden has a 2004 conviction for first-degree rape. He 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.
Police had linked McFadden to Brewer and Webster’s disappearances. A homeowner who lived across the street from McFadden told KJRH that on Saturday, McFadden asked him if he could park his pickup truck over there because he was hiding it from a family member.
Previous reports indicated that Brewer and Webster were supposed to go with their friend Tiffany (McFadden’s stepdaughter) to work on a ranch in McAlester on Saturday and return the following day. McFadden and his wife, Holly, (Tiffany’s mother) were to go with them to the ranch, according to KTUL.
KJRH reported that Holly, Tiffany, and Holly’s two other sons remain unaccounted for. Webster’s mother revealed to KOKI that the seven bodies found on Monday consisted of five children and two adults.
This story is developing.
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[Featured image: Jesse McFadden, Ivy Webster, and Brittany Brewer/Okmulgee County Police Department]