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New evidence connects Oklahoma City attorney's boyfriend to Beggs triple homicide
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New evidence connects Oklahoma City attorney's boyfriend to Beggs triple homicide

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OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City attorney and her boyfriend have been further connected to a triple homicide by new evidence, federal prosecutors have revealed.

Keegan Harroz, 36, and her boyfriend and client, Barry Titus, 38, face trial in Oklahoma City federal court on gun charges. They have not been charged in the homicides.

They came under suspicion early on because the victims were an ex-girlfriend of Titus and her parents. The new evidence came from an analysis of DNA found on a ball cap recovered near the crime scene and a comparison of shell casings.

Prosecutors made the revelation about new evidence after attorneys for Harroz sought her release from the Logan County jail because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Click here to read more of this story at oklahoman.com.


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