OBA Suspends Law License Of Attorney Allegedly Connected To Beggs Triple-Homicide
The Oklahoma Bar Association has suspended the law license of an Oklahoma attorney who was federally indicted in 2019 on multiple complaints including, a prohibited person in possession of ammunition and selling or otherwise distributing a firearm to a prohibited person.
Law officers said Keegan Harroz is considered a suspect in connection with a triple homicide in Beggs, Oklahoma.
According to investigators, Harroz and her boyfriend, Barry Titus, allegedly made threats to Titus' ex-girlfriend Tiffany Eichor.
Eichor and her parents, Jack and Evelyn Chandler, were found murdered in September 2019 at their Beggs home.
In November 2019, OBA filed court documents for the interim suspension of Harroz's law license.
On Wednesday, February 10, the state Supreme Court ordered the immediate suspension of her law license.
According to court documents, Harroz has 20 days to notify all clients of her "inability to represent them."
This is a developing story.