Bodies of missing teen girls and a registered sex offender among 7 discovered in Oklahoma

In a heartbreaking development, authorities in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, on Monday discovered two girls, who had gone missing only the night before, dead alongside five other people on a property in the area.

The tragic news of Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, of Henryetta breaking brought shock to their families and a community in mourning.

According to reports, the girls had been visiting Jesse McFadden, a 39-year-old registered sex offender, whose body was discovered at the scene.

That same day and after 16 years in prison for rape, McFadden was scheduled to stand trial on charges of soliciting child pornography.

Ivy Webster’s father informed that his daughter had been over before and nothing out of the ordinary had occurred.

The trial was going to decide whether or not McFadden was guilty of sexting an underage girl on a contraband phone while in prison, a violation he had supposedly committed in 2017. Upon his failure to show up, Muskogee County issued an active bench warrant for his arrest.

With the intention to find the two missing girls, the police immediately set out on Monday to investigate the McFadden property.

At this point, it is unclear whether that is the exact location the bodies were discovered. The identities of the other victims, who passed away with Ivy and Brittany, has yet to be ascertained.