Autopsy reports are giving new insight into the shooting death of three burglars, all who died at the scene at a Wagoner County home in March.
Jaykob Woodruff, 15, was the youngest of the three. He was wearing all black clothing and gloves.
The autopsy report says he was shot once in the back, through the heart, and that he had a trace of amphetamine in his system.
Max Cook, 18, was wearing a purple shirt and tan pants. He was hit three times by gunfire, including one shot that hit a major artery.
He had both meth and amphetamine in his system, according to the autopsy.
And Jacob Redfearn, also 18, was wearing black and had a knife with him.
He was shot twice and both shots hit his spine. The autopsy says no drugs were found in him.
Just a few days after the shooting, the Wagoner County District Attorney's Office announced no charges would be filed against the man who fired the shots, Zach Peters.
The ruling was the shooting was justified as self-defense.
The DA did file charges, though, against the woman who admitted being the getaway driver, 21-year-old Elizabeth Rodriquez.
Her trial on three counts of first-degree murder is pending.