Ivy Webster and Brittany Brewer, along with five other people, were reportedly found dead on a property in Oklahoma on Monday, according to the Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office.
The bodies of Henryetta residents Webster, 14, and Brittany, 16, who had been missing since Sunday night, were found by authorities, according to News on 6 in Tulsa.
A 39-year-old registered sex offender named Jesse McFadden who had served 16 years in prison for rape and was scheduled to go on trial Monday on charges of soliciting child porn was also found dead.
Authorities claim that McFadden was the last person to see the girls. According to Webster’s father, McFadden and his family have hosted Webster’s daughter on weekends in the past without incident.
Ivy Webster is 14 years old, while Brittany Brewer is 16 years old.
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The network claims that McFadden’s trial on Monday would have determined whether or not he was responsible for texting an underage girl while imprisoned in 2017. After he failed to show up, Muskogee County issued a bench warrant for his arrest.
On Monday, law enforcement officers combed his property for the missing children. It wasn’t known if the bodies were found there by the police. Authorities have not disclosed the identity of the other victims.
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