Police chief said the bodies of four missing persons were recovered from the Oklahoma River.

The investigation into the four men who disappeared after riding their bikes from their homes in Okmulji, Oklahoma last week is now a murder investigation, the local police chief said. Police Commissioner Joe Prentice Okmulji said at a press conference on Monday that “the cause of death is yet to be determined.” “All four bodies were cut off and thrown into the river, making it difficult to identify and it took a long time.” 4th son, Marc Chastain, 32, who lives in Okmulji; Billy Chastain, 30; Mike Sparks, 32; And Alex Stevens, 29, who went missing last Monday night or early Tuesday by his relatives, Okmulgee police said earlier. Okmulgee police said after leaving Billy Chastain’s home on a bicycle around 9pm on October 9th. Investigators now believe the four men “plan to commit some type of crime.” Prentice said it was a criminal offense at a press conference on Monday, citing witnesses who testified that investigators had been invited. , but we don’t know what they planned or where they plan to do it,” said Prentice, who said that “nothing striking was observed” inside, but “evidence of violent incidents” were found in an adjacent building. The person of interest is missing as of Saturday night and may commit suicide, Prentice said. Prentice was notified of the positive ID on Sunday evening and that the family of four were also notified on Monday, Prentice said on Monday. Prentice said the bodies were loved ones. They appeared to be resigning themselves, but the news that they had been amputated was “obviously shocking.” Police have not recovered any bicycles or guns used in the murder.” I have committed over 80 murders in my career. I have committed murders involving multiple victims. I did the amputation, but this one has the highest number of victims and is very violent,” Prentice said. “So I can’t say I’ve never done anything like that, but it’s at the top.” Police Commissioner Joe Prentice Okmulji said at a press conference on Monday that “the manner of death is yet to be determined.” Identification was difficult and took a long time because they cut off the pieces and dumped them into the river.” Four men in Okmulji – Marc Chastain, 32; Billy Chastain, 30; Mike Sparks, 32; Jagmulji Police are said to have gone missing by relatives on Monday night or early Tuesday after riding a bicycle out of Billy Chastain’s home around 9 p.m. on Oct. 9. Prentice said at a press conference on Monday that “when engaging in any type of criminal activity, It’s a generic term,” said Prentice. “But we don’t know what they planned or where they planned it,” said Prentice. Police also searched a scrap yard in Okmulgee on Saturday, Prentice said. Prentice said “nothing noticeable” was observed inside, but “evidence of violent incidents” were found in an adjacent building. Prentice said there were people who were interested, but no charges were raised. The interested person is missing as of Saturday night and may commit suicide, Prentice said. Prentice said on Monday that he was notified of the positive ID on Sunday evening and that his family of four were also notified. Prentice said he seemed to be resigning himself to the fact that the bodies were loved ones, but the news that they had been amputated was “obviously shocking”. The police have not recovered any bicycles or guns used in the killings.” I have committed over 80 homicides in my career. I have committed multiple victimized homicides. I did amputation, but this case has the highest number of victims and It’s a very violent incident,” said Prentice. “So I can’t say I’ve never done anything like that, but I’m at the top.”

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