Sunday, April 14, 2024
Sunday, April 14, 2024
Sunday, April 14, 2024

Oklahoma Tragedy: Missing Men Found Dismembered Were Allegedly Planning a Crime




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In a grim development, four men from Oklahoma, who vanished over a week ago while out riding their bicycles, were found shot dead and dismembered. Authorities have now revealed that prior to their tragic deaths, the group was allegedly planning to engage in criminal activities. The dismembered bodies were discovered in the Deep Fork River, with investigators confirming the identities of the victims as two brothers, Mark Chastain, 32, and Billy Chastain, 30, along with their friends Mike Sparks, 32, and Alex Stevens, 29, Your Content has learned.

The investigation into their disappearance took a dark turn when the first remains were found on Friday, with further discoveries over the weekend indicating that the victims had suffered gunshot wounds before being dismembered and discarded in the river. Okmulgee Police Chief detailed the sequence of events leading to the grim discovery, noting that the men were last seen leaving Billy Chastain’s home in Okmulgee on their bicycles around 8pm, with intentions to “commit some sort of criminal act.”

The case has also brought Joe Kennedy, 67, the owner of a local scrap yard, under scrutiny as a person of interest following the discovery of “evidence of a violent event” in proximity to his property. Although Kennedy has not been officially named as a suspect, he is currently missing and believed to be potentially suicidal, adding another layer of complexity to the ongoing investigation,‘according to The New York Post.

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