PHOTOGRAPHS reveal the truck where two young children were found dead after their father slept on a nearby sofa returned to the scene of the crime just hours prior funeral services are scheduled to begin for Teagan, 4, and Ryan, 3, and Your Content has obtained the creepy images. What’s more, the dad showed up unexpected to the funeral service, Your Content has exclusively learned.
Father Dustin Dennis was captured leaving the residence about 45 minutes prior to the funeral service in the truck the two young children died in and police confirmed with Your Content that the former father made a quick appearance during the funeral service.
Dennis’ alleged involvement in the deaths of his beautiful young children, Teagan, 4, and Ryan, 3, — echoes the heinous crime of Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee Marie Anthony, 2.
Authorities on Dec. 11, 2008 found the two-year-old’s skeletal remains with a blanket inside a trash bag in a wooded area near the Anthony family’s house.
Teagan and Ryan were found dead inside of do-nothing Dustin’s pickup truck on Jun. 15 as the monster slept on a nearby sofa after nodding out.
According to his gal pal, Amanda Lee Brown, the deaths were out of Dustin’s control as he was sound asleep — claiming “video” will exonerate the accused deadbeat.
“They did not watch the full video and once they do you will see he did not leave them in the vehicle,” Amanda Lee Brown wrote on Facebook.
After his arrest, the stunned gal recognized her lover — and sprung to defend his actions.
“He never put them in the vehicle, it was a horrible tragic accident.”
Writing on his Facebook profile following the tragic deaths, Dennis appeared to write about the love he held for his children, who did not live with him, online.
“2 in the morning up watching my kids sleep, I can’t believe they’re mine, I love them so much and nobody in this world could ever make me feel as loved as they do. The other day I was so depressed because I just missed them, and I got to thinking of when they get older and become adults,” he typed.
The former dad said those without children just don’t understand the situation.
“If you don’t have kids you may not understand this but that is the scariest but most amazing thing to think of, watching them become their own person and seeing what they will experience and achieve. I hope our bond only grows stronger, I hope they always want to call me or see me just to talk or ask for advice. I can’t imagine this world without them,” he spewed hours before being hauled in and charged by authorities.
Children being left in the car can suffer heatstroke within a matter of minutes.
Some criminal caregivers “knowingly” leave children inside cars, as the kids “are sleeping and don’t want to disturb them in the hope they’ll get back before they awake.”
Photographed is the bed of the truck where police say the children entered the floorboard of before being found dead 4 to five hours later.
Over 100 family members and loved ones attended the funeral for little Teagan, 4, and Ryan, 3 Friday afternoon. The funeral took place at Pleasant View Baptist Church.
Shown is the slop truck Dustin drove before returning home on the day his children died. The photo was taken just an hour prior to the funeral services Friday.
Neighbors believe the do-nothing dad took the same truck used in the tot’s death to their funeral.
As shown in the above photo, the do-nothing dad was stuffing his face with spicy pistachios, donuts and other junk foods found around his dashboard — but the monster dad caught everyone by surprise after entering the church, attendees revealed exclusively to Your Content.
The Mayes County Sheriffs Office confirmed with Your Content that Dennis snuck through the back doors under the cover of umbrellas to conceal his identity.
In a statement released Tuesday, District Attorney Steve Kunzeweiler said no formal charges had been filed in the case.
Kunzeweiler said Dennis’ release does not “mean that this case is over,” and he and Pierce said the investigation is ongoing.
Dennis claimed to cops that he took a drive to a QuikTrip convenience store at around noon before returning to his Tulsa home and falling asleep.
The shop, located just under 5 minutes from the residence, was the second to last final destination for Dennis’ two children.
After waking, Dennis told police that he was unable to find his children, according to FOX 23.
BUT the plot took a twisted turn when police were told the merciless dad was witnessed driving home Friday just hours before the funeral in his red pickup before leaving again just after 1 p.m., neighbors say.
“The children had not been checked on for nearly five hours during the time they were locked inside vehicle,” an arrest report as seen by the television station states.
Although it has not been revealed how the children died, temperatures in Tulsa were extremely hot on Saturday and were in the low 90’s Fahrenheit.
“Video surveillance footage from a neighbor’s home confirmed that the children managed to get into the truck and tragically never got out,” the district attorney’s office said.
“Based upon that newly discovered evidence the detectives immediately reported it to our office.”Dennis was released from jail Monday afternoon, according to jail records.
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