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Seven Bodies Found In Oklahoma Missing Teenager Search

Authorities found seven bodies, including two missing teenagers, during a search Monday in eastern Oklahoma. Okmulgee County Sheriff Eddie Rice told News On 6 that Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, were found dead on a rural property near the town of Henryetta after they were declared missing. The two were last seen earlier Monday and a missing endangered person advisory was issued, said the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, USA Today reports. Though the bodies have not yet been identified by the medical examiner, Rice said his office believed they had found "everything that we were seeking this morning." Authorities "believe there’s no other threat to the community."

Authorities believe they found the body of Jesse McFadden, 39, a convicted sex offender the teen girls were thought to be with,  along with four other unidentified victims. In the Amber Alert, authorities said Webster and Brewer were possibly traveling with McFadden. Online records show that McFadden is a convicted sex offender. McFadden was due Monday in Muskogee County District Court for a jury trial on one count of soliciting sexual conduct with a minor by use of technology and one count of possession of child pornography. He failed to appear in court. Records show McFadden was accused of the crimes while he was a state prisoner serving a 20-year sentence for first-degree rape after a 2004 conviction. He was accused of using a cell phone in prison to communicate with a 16-year-old girl in Muskogee, the Muskogee Phoenix reported. McFadden was discharged from prison on Oct. 30, 2020. 


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