• The girls were last seen at a Henryetta address early morning Monday
  • They were reportedly seen traveling with a man who was a registered sex offender
  • The property where the bodies were found belonged to the man

The search for two missing teenagers led cops to find seven dead bodies at a rural Oklahoma property. Officers believe the teenage girls and a convicted rapist are among those who died but they are waiting for confirmation.

The teenagers, 14-year-old Ivy Webster and 16-year-old Brittany Brewer, were last seen at a Henryetta address at 1:22 a.m. Monday, the Associated Press reported.

Webster was out with Brewer during the weekend and was expected to return home Sunday. When there was no sign of the two girls, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol issued a missing endangered person advisory Monday.

Police said Brewer and Webster were seen traveling with 39-year-old Jesse L. McFadden, a registered sex offender who was convicted of first-degree rape in 2003. He was released in October 2020.

Before the bodies were found, McFadden was facing fresh charges of soliciting sexual conduct with a minor and possession of child pornography. His trial was about to begin Monday, CNN reported.

While searching for the missing girls, investigators were led to a property in Henryetta, where they found the seven dead bodies. The Oklahoma Sex Offender registry lists the property under McFadden's name.

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Gerald Davidson told reporters Monday that the bodies were "not in the residence, but just on the property." Officers canceled the missing endangered person advisory after finding the bodies and also said they are no longer searching for McFadden.

The identities of the dead people were not revealed. Okmulgee County Sheriff Eddy Rice said they are awaiting official confirmation from the medical examiner and that the girls' families have been informed.

"We believe that we have found the persons. We just are waiting for confirmation," Rice said.

Brewer's father, Nathan, told KOCO 5 that his daughter wad among the seven people found dead at the property. The grieving father described Brewer as outgoing and said she loved kids and wanted to be a teacher.

"Everyone keep us in your thoughts and prayers this next week because we're going to be struggling hard. It hasn't hit me yet. I still think she's standing behind me, or about to walk down those steps," Nathan told the outlet.

Representational image (Police line)
Representational image (Source: Pixabay / ValynPi14)