The Oklahoma stabbing suspects accused of killing their parents and three of their siblings in cold blood, wanted to be more famous than the Columbine High School shooters.
The suspected murderers, Robert and Michael Bever, 18 and 16-years-old respectively, have been booked as adults, charged with the brutal Oklahoma stabbing of their parents and three siblings, and were intent on continuing their bloody rampage outside the home, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation. However, police caught up to them quickly and prevented even more bloodshed, the New York Daily News reports.
The Bever brothers believed their immediate relatives to be “easy targets” the source says. They were planning to hit “harder” ones, outside the home.
Sources also told News On 6, that 18-year-old Robert Bever and 16-year-old Michael Bever had planned the attack on their family for quite some time. Five Bever family members were stabbed to death in their Broken Arrow, Oklahoma home last week.
Additionally, sources also show 3,000 rounds of ammunition were delivered to the home after the murders and the brothers planned to use it to kill so many people they would become more famous than the Columbine High School shooters, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who killed
Parents David and April Bever, their children Daniel, 12, Christopher, 7, and Victoria, 5 — were found dead inside the family’s middle-class home in the Tulsa suburb. Two other sisters, Crystal, 13 — who was injured — and Autumn, 2 — who was not harmed — survived the deadly rampage.
According to the Medical Examiner, the cause of death for David and April Bever as well as their children is multiple force sharp injuries. The manner of death is a homicide.
Both Oklahoma stabbing suspects face five counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. They will be charged as adults and are being held without bond, according to authorities.
Investigators say 12-year-old Daniel called 911 alerting them to the attack before he died from his injuries. The 13-year-old sister confirmed her older brothers were responsible for the horrific Oklahoma stabbing.
The teens left a trail between the backdoor of the home and a wooded are behind the house, but were tracked down by a K-9 officer and captured. At at least one of them confessed to the murders.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Corporal Leon Calhoun — with Broken Arrow police — says the boy who made the 911 call is a hero who definitely saved the lives of the two girls.
“He did save the life of his 13-year-old sister and his two-year-old sister and possibly many others after that.” Calhoun said.
The arraignment of the Oklahoma stabbing suspects is set for Monday and authorities hope to release details about the case on Tuesday.
[Image via Tulsa World]