OKMULGEE COUNTY (KFOR) – Oklahoma is now looking for the loss of life penalty against a criminal defense lawyer who fell in love with her shopper. It’s a tangled tale of a appreciate-triangle turned deadly that KFOR has been masking for many years.
New Okmulgee County documents display point out prosecutors believe Barry Titus and his Oklahoma City attorney-turned-lover, Keegan Harroz, “should be punished by Dying (sic)” for the murder of Titus’s ex-girlfriend, Tiffany Eichor, and her mother and father, Jack and Evelynn Chandler.
Before the risky appreciate triangle was at any time fashioned, Eichor accused 40-yr-old Titus of threatening her loved ones. She also had a pending domestic abuse scenario from him. Represententing Titus was 38-12 months-old attorney Harroz.
Early on a September morning in 2019, investigators reported two masked suspects had been witnessed on protection cameras outside the rural home in Beggs. Minutes afterwards, the electricity was cut. Experiences say though the household was quickly asleep, Titus and Harroz kicked in the doorway and shot them to demise a single by a single.
The new paperwork stated Evelynn Chandler, Eichor’s 69-12 months-previous mom, “suffered psychological anguish” ahead of she was shot to loss of life, as the suspects “began firing gunshots striking and killing her partner, Jack Randall Chandler, as she tried to disguise from the burglars, in search of refuge in her closet.”
As for Eichor, the condition reported the 43-12 months-outdated “suffered really serious actual physical abuse, torture and soreness prior to and throughout the study course of her death” since she “heard thieves enter the home she shared with her parents and began firing gunshots placing and killing her dad and mom, Jack Randall Chandler and Evelynn Kaye Chandler.”
The condition alleged Eichor was killed so Titus could “avoid prosecution” for the domestic assault situation. The documents add Titus and Harroz killed the Chandlers so they could get away with killing their daughter.
News 4 achieved out to the 24th District Attorney’s Business office for comment, but we did not listen to again.
We also achieved out to Harroz’s and Tittus’s attorneys. One particular of Harroz’s lawyers said they did not want to comment. We did not listen to back from the other folks.
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