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Janette Mayo, 59, of Westville, said Jesse McFadden’s controlling behavior was concerning, but the family didn’t learn of his criminal record until a few months ago.

A registered s*x offender who was found dead on a rural Oklahoma property with his wife, their teenage children and two visiting teens kept the family “under lock and key” and always had to know where they were, the wife’s mother said Tuesday.

“He lied to my daughter and convinced her that it was all a big mistake,” Mayo told The Associated Press in a phone interview Tuesday morning. “He was very modest. He was very standoffish, usually very quiet, but he kept my daughter and the kids basically under lock and key. He had to know where they were at all times, which sent up red flags.”


Okmulgee County Sheriff Eddy Rice said Monday that bodies found near the town of Henryetta were believed to include those of two missing teens, Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, along with McFadden. , the offender with whom authorities said the teens had been traveling. But Rice said the state medical examiner would have to confirm the identities of the victims.

“We’re not looking anymore,” Rice said Monday morning, adding: “Our hearts go out to families and friends, schoolmates and everyone else.”

Mayo said she was notified by the sheriff’s office Monday night that the other four victims were her daughter, Holly Guess, 35, and her grandchildren, Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17; Michael James May, 15; and Tiffany Dore Guess, 13. Mayo said Tiffany Guess was close friends with Webster and Brewer, who were spending the weekend with the family.

While Rice declined to provide details of how they died, Mayo said the sheriff’s office told her her daughter and her grandchildren were found shot to death on the property.

The grim discovery in Oklahoma keeps the US at a dizzying pace of mass murder in 2023 and could push the number of people killed in mass murders to top 100 for the year.

The four people found shot to death in a mobile home in a small community in California’s Mojave Desert over the weekend marked the 19th mass murder of the year, according to a database maintained by The Associated Press and USA Today in partnership with Northeastern University, the most during the first four months of the year since data was first recorded in 2006.

As of the Mojave shooting, 97 people had been killed in the 19 mass killings this year, surpassing the record set in 2009 when 93 people were killed in 17 incidents in late April.

The death toll is a fraction of the total number of people who died by homicide in the year. The database counts murders that involve four or more deaths, not including the perpetrator, the same standard as the FBI, and tracks a number of variables for each.

The bodies were found Monday during a search near Henryetta, a city of about 6,000 about 90 miles (145 kilometers) east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokesman Gerald Davidson said. .

An endangered missing person notice issued Monday said Webster and Brewer were reportedly seen traveling with McFadden, who was on the state’s s*x offender registry. Oklahoma Department of Corrections prison records show McFadden was convicted of first-degree rape in 2003 and released in October 2020.

Court records show McFadden was scheduled to appear in court Monday for the start of a jury trial on charges of soliciting s*xual conduct with a minor and possession of child pornography. A message left Monday night with McFadden’s attorney in that case was not immediately returned.

Brittany Brewer’s father told KOTV in Tulsa that one of the bodies discovered was his daughter’s.

“Brittany was an outgoing person. In fact, she was selected to be Miss Henryetta… back in July for this Miss National Miss pageant in Tulsa. And she now she won’t make it because she’s dead. She’s gone,” Nathan Brewer said.

At a vigil Monday night, Brewer told hundreds of people: “It’s just a parent’s worst nightmare, and I’m living it.”

He said his daughter had aspired to be a teacher or a veterinarian.

“I’m just lost,” he said.

Mayo described his daughter, Holly Guess, as a loving, caring mother.