The small Oklahoma town of Henryetta is reeling after a tragedy that left two teen girls dead earlier this week. Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, were reported missing on Sunday evening, and a search was underway to locate them. Tragically, they were found along with five other individuals and Jesse McFadden, a 39-year-old sex offender with a long criminal history, on Monday at a rural property in Okmulgee County.
McFadden had a long history of criminal activity and was scheduled to stand trial on Monday on charges of soliciting child pornography. He had previously served 16 years in prison for rape and was believed to have been with Webster and Brewer at the time of their disappearance. According to Webster’s father, she had previously spent time with McFadden and his family without any cause for alarm.
At the time of his arrest, he was facing charges of sexting an underage girl through a contraband phone while still incarcerated back in 2017. This prompted the authorities to issue a bench warrant for his arrest. When officers arrived at his home and property to search for the missing girls on Monday, the bodies of the two girls, McFadden, and the other five unidentified individuals were found.
The true details surrounding the deaths of Ivy Webster and Brittany Brewer remain unknown, and the investigation is ongoing. Their deaths have sparked a wave of profound grief and sadness among the Henryetta community. It is an important reminder that while we must take steps to protect our children, there are still dangers and risks in our society. It is essential that we keep their memory alive and remember the loss that their families have suffered.