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Mustang School Leaders Show Support For Students Amid SW OKC Homicide Investigation

Oklahoma City police continue their investigation into a southwest Oklahoma City home where five people died.

Two of the victims were children and students from Mustang Public Schools. As police search for answers, Mustang school leaders wanted parents and students to know support is available.

An email arrived in parents’ inboxes Monday afternoon, Mustang Public Schools Superintendent Charles Bradley revealed to families the news of the deaths of two students killed at a southwest D home. ‘Oklahoma City.

Bradley wrote: “We are shocked and our hearts are broken; this tragedy simply defies understanding. Mustang school leaders said one of the victims was a sixth-grader and another was a ninth-grader. Another person was a recent MPS graduate.

Police responded to a welfare check in southwest Oklahoma City, near Southwest 29th Street and Czech Hall Road, shortly after 9:30 a.m. Monday. “They went into the house and actually found five sick people there,” said MSgt. Gary Knight of the Oklahoma City Police Department. “All five people had injuries consistent with homicide.”

Knight revealed the few details his office might release at the start of an investigation. “At this point, this is just very basic preliminary information,” Knight said. “We hope to have more information for you later.”

Mustang Superintendent Bradley wrote, “Our crisis response team is in schools today and will continue to be in place for as long as they are needed. » The Mustang administration said it wants parents to know that no one should grieve alone at this time. “This is a difficult time for everyone, but I know our students and staff will lean on each other during this time,” Bradley said.

“It’s a very tragic, very sad situation,” Knight said.

Mustang school leaders encouraged parents to listen to their children affected by this situation. They said it was important to have conversations and show support.

Police have not yet identified the victims in this case. News 9 expects to receive another update from investigators Tuesday.

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