Three Oklahoma teens arrested for murder, burglary

OKLAHOMA CITY — Police have arrested three teenagers in connection to a burglary and homicide after a man was found dead in southwest Oklahoma City home.

In February, Police responded to the area near I-240 and S. May for a welfare check where they found the victim identified as George Olinger, 47, of Oklahoma City.
According to police, Olinger had “obvious signs of trauma consistent with homicide.”
On Friday, the Oklahoma City Police Department confirmed two teenagers have been arrested in connection.

Court documents state 14-year-old Christopher Guidry and 15-year-old Alexander Rodas are now facing charges of 1st-degree burglary and 1st-degree murder.

Knight said the suspects were picked up by the Oklahoma City Police Department’s gang unit Thursday evening.

The third suspect, 17-year-old Koby Leblanc, was arrested in Muskogee on Friday morning. Leblanc is currently being held in Muskogee County pending transfer to the Oklahoma County Jail.

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