Okla. military detain purported motorist for 3 burglars shot passed by homeowner’s son

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Three teenagers were fatally shot by a homeowner’s son who was armed with a AR-15 purloin when they attempted violation in, Oklahoma authorities say.

The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office pronounced a homeowner and his 23-year-old son were in a home when 3 males wearing masks and gloves attempted to enter a chateau around 12:30 p.m. Monday, reports CBS associate KOTV.

Deputy Nick Mahoney says officers arrived to find all 3 dead. The area is in an unincorporated partial of a county about 20 miles southeast of Tulsa.


“These 3 people came to this chateau with a vigilant to steal it,” Deputy Nick Mahoney said. “One was with coronet knuckles, a other one was with a knife.” 


Deputies arrested Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez in tie to a home advance that incited deadly in Broken Arrow, Okla.

Mahoney said, “They were masked during a time, all had gloves on. They entered in by a black door, ruinous a behind doorway and they entered into a residence.”

After conference “loud bangs,” a homeowner’s son went to a behind of a chateau and encountered a intruders and shots were fired, authorities say.

Deputies pronounced dual of a teenagers died inside a chateau while a third ran from a home before failing in a driveway. The defunct were males ages 16, 17 and 18.

A fourth chairman was arrested, a 21-year-old lady identified as Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez, who authorities dynamic had driven a 3 suspects to a home.

Rodriguez is now requisitioned in a Wagoner County jail on 3 depends of first-degree murder and 3 depends of first-degree burglary, according to KOTV. No bond has been set.

Mahoney says there’s no reason to trust a son knew a intruders and a review is ongoing.

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