2 Teens Found Dead in Home

In a tragic incident in Broken Arrow, local law enforcement reported the discovery of two teenage siblings dead in what appears to be a murder-suicide. The family found the bodies of the two teenagers in their home, located near West Florence Street and South Aspen Avenue.

The police were alerted to the situation by a distress call from the family. Upon arrival, they found the lifeless body of the teenage boy. Shortly thereafter, the family discovered the body of the teenage girl. Initial investigations suggest that the boy may have killed his sister before taking his own life. However, the absence of any weapons at the scene has led to questions about the circumstances of the tragic event.

The Broken Arrow Police Department expressed deep sorrow over the incident, particularly due to the young age of the victims. Captain Josh McCoy underscored the profound impact of such a loss on the police force, many of whom are parents themselves. The department is committed to providing support to their staff during these challenging times.

In the wake of the tragedy, Broken Arrow Public Schools extended their condolences and announced the deployment of additional counselors to offer grief counseling if required. Although the identities of the victims have not been officially confirmed, it is believed that they were students in the local school district due to their proximity to the incident.

The cause of death is yet to be determined, with authorities awaiting the results from the Medical Examiner. The community is left reeling from the shock and grief of this devastating loss. Meanwhile, investigators are working tirelessly to uncover the details of the incident and provide closure to the bereaved family and the community.