City Of Broken Arrow Releases Documents In Bever Family Murders
TULSA, Oklahoma - The City of Broken Arrow released on Wednesday 49 pages of documents generated during the police investigation of the five murders of the Bever family last month.
The city now can release them now that a judge gave the OK after defense attorneys for Robert and Michael Bever asked for all the records to be sealed.
Perhaps the most heartbreaking is the notes generated by 911 about the call that came from the Bever home the night the parents and three of their children were murdered and another critically wounded.
The dispatcher wrote, "Someone is attacking her family. I can't get any further info. On the line with a male who said hello, line went dead. I could hear commotion and multiple people had an open line with this phone. There was a lot of screaming in the background and I could hear someone trying to be quiet and crying."
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The reports say when officers got there, they found one person in a bedroom off the kitchen with no pulse and found two small children in the bathroom dead.
They already said they found the 13-year-old survivor and two other people inside the front door. A 2-year-old sibling was found upstairs unharmed.
The call log shows it took officers about 45 minutes from the time they got to the home until they had teen murder suspects Robert and Michael Bever in custody.