MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Police have arrested A 17-year-old in connection with the murder of his grandparents in a cold-blooded story that’s like a cross between BILL AND TED’S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE and RIVER’S EDGE.
On Thursday morning, firefighters were called to the home of 60-year-old David Garrick and his wife, 57-year-old Rose, after neighbors saw flames and smoke coming from their home. Inside, firefighters would find a violent crime scene with the couple and their dog dead, suffering severe trauma to their heads. The couple’s grandson who lived at the home, 17-year-old Kyle Smith, and the couple’s vehicle were missing.
While police were trying to find Smith by pinging his cell phone, a friend of his contacted police to tell them Smith had stopped by his trailer and admitted to killing his grandparents and even showed him graphic cell phone video of the crime scene. He thought it was fake until he saw the murders on the news.
Police located Smith somewhere around Chickasha, Oklahoma and asked Chickasha officials for assistance in locating Smith. By that evening he was located in his grandparent’s truck and taken into custody. He refused to talk to anyone, and was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of conspiracy to commit arson and two counts of conspiracy to desecrate a human body.
On Thursday, police announced they had arrested 18-year-old Dustin August Martin and 17-year-old Jacob LeBlanc (click names to see sexy mugs), charging them both with conspiracy to murder after the fact, conspiracy to commit arson, and conspiracy to desecrate a human body. Martin squealed like a pig and gave police a detailed description of what happened in the home when he and LeBlanc arrived.
Police say that after murdering the couple, Smith called his two idiot friends over to the home to help him clean up the mess. The three smoked pot with the bodies of David and Rose laying nearby, discussing the best way to cover up the crime. They decided to set the bodies and home on fire so they went to a convenience store to buy the gasoline they used to pour over the bodies.
“Our investigators did a superb job of solving this case. They didn’t stop until everyone involved was in custody,” Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes said. Not to take away the quick work of the police, but they were dealing with some open-mouth breathing morons.
Neighbor’s say Smith was usually polite and often seen washing the cars or mowing the grass. But they often heard arguments between him and his grandparents. “He seemed like a little bit of a punk, but he’s a teenager so that kind of goes with the territory,” said one neighbor — who I agree with whole-heartedly.Tags: Arson, Crime, Murder, Oklahoma, teens