OKMULGEE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – On Thursday afternoon, the Okmulgee County District Lawyer introduced costs for 2 folks initially linked to a 2019 unsolved triple homicide in Beggs. An ex-Oklahoma Metropolis legal professional and her boyfriend have now been charged with the allegedly premeditated homicide within the case.
“We’ve got filed costs right this moment towards Barry Rowland Titus II and Keegan Kelly Harroz for the murders of Jack Chandler, Kay Chandler and Tiffany Eichor,” mentioned Carol Iski, Okmulgee County District Lawyer.
Keegan Harroz and Barry Titus are each dealing with three counts of premeditated homicide and one rely of housebreaking within the first diploma.
“Each are at present in federal custody,” Iski mentioned.
The pair are already in jail on federal weapons costs.
Chances are you’ll keep in mind Harroz as an Oklahoma Metropolis legal professional intertwined in a love triangle two years in the past.
She was representing Titus, who was her boyfriend on the time, after he was accused by his ex-girlfriend, Eichor, of threatening to kill her and her household.
Then in September of 2019, Eichor and her dad and mom, Jack Chandler and Evelyn Chandler, had been discovered murdered by two masked killers at their residence in Beggs.
Later that month, KFOR obtained the search warrant from Collin County, Texas, the place FBI brokers say Harroz’s brother contacted the Sasche Police Division and “turned over an AR-15 that he mentioned had been utilized in a triple murder in Oklahoma.”
Okmulgee County officers say that piece of proof is enjoying a component in Thursday’s costs.
“That was simply considered one of many issues,” Iski mentioned.
Okmulgee County does say COVID-19 performed an element within the time it took to formally announce the fees, saying their courts simply opened inside the final month.
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