Grandmom IDs Daughter & 3 Grandchildren as 4 People Found Dead With Sex Offender, 2 Teen Girls

Oklahoma police have not yet formally identified four people who were discovered dead on Monday with two missing girls and a registered sex offender.

However, Janette Mayo told the Associated Press that the second adult found at the Henryetta property was her daughter, Holly Guess, 35, and her three grandchildren, Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17; Michael James Mayo, 15; and Tiffany Dore Guess, 13. Okmulgee County police allegedly told her that the four had been shot to death.

Guess was reportedly married to Jesse McFadden, 39, a registered sex offender who was convicted of first-degree rape. McFadden was released from jail in 2020, but he was due in court on Monday to stand trial for soliciting sexual communication with a minor using technology and possession or distribution of juvenile pornography.

Police have confirmed that McFadden was among the seven people found dead on the Henryetta property. At the time, he was linked to the disappearances of  Ivy Webster, 14, Brittany Brewer, 16, whose bodies were also recovered from the property.

Previous reports indicated that Brewer and Webster were supposed to go with Tiffany to work on a ranch in McAlester on Saturday and return the following day. McFadden and Holly were reportedly supposed to go with them to the ranch.

An AMBER Alert was issued for Brewer and Webster on Monday before the seven bodies were found. Reports stated that five children and two adults were found dead.

The grandmother told the Associated Press that McFadden lied to her daughter about his criminal history.

She said, “He was very demure. He was very standoffish, generally very quiet, but he kept my daughter and the kids basically under lock and key. He had to know where they were at all times, which sent red flags up.”

This story is developing.

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[Featured image:  Jesse McFadden, Ivy Webster, and Brittany Brewer/Okmulgee County Police Department]