UPDATE: Four victims identified in Lawton’s deadly Saturday afternoon shooting

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UPDATE: Oct. 8, 2019, 3:28 p.m.

The victims from a shooting in Lawton, that claimed the lives of four people, on Saturday have been identified as Krystal Easley, Emma Cliburn, Kristo Cliburn, and Russell Cliburn.

Krystal Easley and Russell Cliburn were the parents of Emma and Kristo.

Easley was a Special Education teacher at Lawton Public Schools.

Click here to donate to A Go Fund Me account that has been set up to help with the funeral costs.


UPDATE: Oct. 5, 2019, 7:37 p.m.

Lawton Police Department officials said four people were shot in an incident Saturday afternoon.

It happened about 2 p.m. in the 100 block of Southeast Trenton Road.

Officials have been on the scene since 2 p.m. and have the area blocked off for the investigation.

Criminal Investigation Division officials were called to the scene to interview witnesses.

Citizens are advised to avoid the area for the time being until Lawton PD officials clear the scene.

There have been no arrests in this incident and LPD Public Information Officer Sgt. Timothy Jenkins said they are not actively seeking for any suspects at this time.


Lawton officials are on scene investigating the second shooting that happened Saturday.

It happened about 2 p.m. in the 100 block of Southeast Trenton Road.

Lawton PD Public Information Officer Sgt. Timothy Jenkins said officials have secured the area and have blocked off the roadway for the scene.

Criminal Investigation Division officials were called to the scene to interview witnesses.

Citizens are advised to avoid the area for the time being until Lawton PD officials clear the scene.

Jenkins said no suspect is believed to be on the loose, but Lawton officials will keep citizens informed on the latest information.

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