Murder Charges Filed Against 2 In Beggs Triple Murder


Thursday, April 8th 2021, 5:10 pm
By: News On 6, Reagan Ledbetter


The Okmulgee County District Attorney has filed murder charges against two people in a 2019 Beggs triple murder.

Barry Titus and his attorney and girlfriend, Keegan Harroz, were charged Thursday by the Okmulgee County District Attorney.

Titus and Harroz were each charged with three counts of murder in the 2019 shooting deaths of Tiffany Eichor and her parents, Jack and Kaye Chandler.

Investigators said Eichor was Titus’s ex girlfriend and Titus had been charged with beating Eichor so badly he had to go to the hospital.  

Okmulgee County District Attorney Carol Iski expressed thanks to the Violent Crimes Task Force for their work.

“We don’t have enough toes and fingers to count the manhours. I will forever be grateful for the members of the violent crimes task force, they worked night and day and continued to work on this case a year and a half later," Iski said.

Harroz, a former Oklahoma City attorney, has already been sentenced to two years in federal prison on gun charges and Titus has been sentenced to three years in prison on gun charges.

This is a developing story.

Related Coverage: The Case Against OKC Attorney Keegan Harroz

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