TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Detectives are investigating a triple homicide and arson in north Tulsa.
- Tulsa police have identified one of the victims as Hosea Fletcher.
- Family identified Ramon Marquise Brown and a young girl as the other two victims.
- A prayer walk was held at the home on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
- Tulsa police said Oct. 30 they arrested Andrew Conard and Keenan Burkhalter in connection to this case.
The Tulsa fire department responded to a house fire around 4:45 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, near Seminole Place and Greenwood Avenue.
When firefighters arrived on the scene, the entire home was burning except a back bedroom where they found Hosea Fletcher dead.
Firefighters told FOX23 that they quickly realized the situation was more than just a fire and called police. Homicide detectives were called out to the scene to investigate the victim's cause of death.
Detectives later found the bodies of another adult and a child. Officials say due to burns, the medical examiner will have to officially identify the bodies. Family identified the two as Ramon Marquise Brown and a young girl.
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, neighbors gathered near the home for a prayer meeting. The organizer, a relative of the victims, said he organized the meeting to pray for those affected, including whoever is responsible.
Police say this is being investigated as a triple homicide and arson. Two people have been arrested; Andrew Conard and Keenan Burkhalter.
Neighbors told FOX23 that the people living at the home were nice and hardworking people, and they have no idea who would do such a horrible thing.
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