Sheriff's Office: Beggs Shooting Victim On Life Support Pending Organ Donation
BEGGS, Oklahoma - A second victim in the Okmulgee County triple shooting has been declared brain dead. The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office said 16-year-old Kloee Toliver is being kept alive on life support, so her organs can be donated.
The Sheriff's Office said when those procedures are finished, Kloee's death will come quickly, and a second murder charge would be filed against her mother. Kloee was a 16-year-old cheerleader at the high school. She was well liked by all accounts and of course, she cheered for the football team on which her brother, Kayson, was a standout player.
Deputies said both Kayson and Kloee were shot early Thursday and their mother Amy Hall admitted she shot them. They said Hall also tried to shoot her youngest daughter.
People who know the family are in shock and have taken to Facebook to honor the young lives taken too soon. The local funeral home says services have not been arranged yet.
A family spokesperson said they have been gathered at Kloee's bedside Monday.