There is a prayer vigil planned for Tuesday, October 16 to remember the victims of Tulsa's recent triple homicide.
The bodies were discovered Sunday following a fire at the home. We're told some members of the church community are set to meet to talk and pray with friends, family and those in the neighborhood.
Police Chaplin Lemuel Taylor is there for Tulsans in the toughest of times, but this time, it's his own family. He says his grandson, Ramon Brown, great granddaughter and cousin Hosea Fletcher were all killed over the weekend.
The prayer vigil is set for 5:30 p.m. in the 600 block of East Seminole Place.
Firefighters discovered the three bodies while fighting the fire Sunday morning. Police said evidence indicates the fire was intentionally set to cover up for the murders.
The medical examine is working to determine the cause of their deaths.
If you can provide any information to police about what happened or who might be responsible, call Tulsa Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.