The information surfaced from multiple sources on Friday after a search warrant included this information as a sworn statement by one of either Robert or Michael Bever, the two brothers who are suspected of assaulting their entire family about two weeks ago. Apparently, one of them divulged the information immediately after being arrested by law enforcement agents at their family home.
Local authorities are sure that they are going to find evidence inside the house regardless of whether the information is reliable or not, from bloodstained clothes to any of the weapons used in the multiple crimes. Finding the said USB or any electronic traces of a premeditated plan might seal the case.
The two brothers, aged eighteen and sixteen respectively, have pleaded not guilty after they were found inside their Broken Arrow home in Oklahoma covered in blood, as their parents and three of their younger brothers were killed. One survivor said that Robert Bever was allegedly wielding a knife according to communications between the police officers on-site and dispatch.
The officers arrived at the Bever’s house close to midnight on July 22nd, as a 911 call by one of the family children stated that one of their brothers was attacking the entire family. Future attempts to contact the Bever household were left with no response or patched into voicemail. The officers found a gruesome scene, as David and April Bever, together with three of their children, were found dead with multiple stabbing injuries.
The Bever’s thirteen year old daughter was found injured, while their other two year old daughter was left unharmed. After gathering statements from the injured daughter, who said that one of her brothers assaulted the family (details regarding who she have not yet been released), the police used a specially trained tracking dog who found the two brothers in the woods north of their house.
The five victims are now held at the Indian Springs Baptist Church, where dozens of mourners have gathered to grieve their passing. Robert and Michael Bever are being tried as adults and, if they are convicted of first degree murder, could risk the death penalty under Oklahoma state law. The state is second in the number of capital punishments being carried out after the Furman case, behind only Texas.
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