Son of Duncan family found dead taken into custody on unrelated charges

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Alan Hruby, Photo Courtesy: Stephens County Jail

DUNCAN, Okla. – A 19-year-old boy is in custody after allegedly violating his parole.

Alan Hruby was taken into custody on Monday after his parents and his younger sister were found dead inside their home.

On Monday, sources say the bodies of Katherine Hruby, Tinker Hruby and John Hruby were found inside their home just before 9 a.m.

Alan Hurby was taken into custody by the Stephen’s County Sheriff’s Office for violating his parole.

He was on parole for a charge stemming from unauthorized purchases on a relative’s credit card.

According to the police affidavit filed in August, officers met with John Hruby after he suspected his son was using a credit card not belonging to him.

The affidavit says an American Express credit card came to John Hruby’s home, which was listed in his mother’s name.

When he tried to give it to her, Hruby’s mother had no idea about the credit card.

“John advised that he believed that his son Alan could have opened this account without his mother’s knowledge,” the affidavit claimed.

Authorities say they found several charges to the card from Europe, during the time Alan took a trip to Paris.

The charges totaled $4,891.

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