19-Year-Old Oklahoma Boy Gets Five Life Time In Prison For Killing His Parents And Three Siblings
Oklahoma Teenage Boy Sentenced For Five Lifetimes In Prison For Murder Of His Parents And Siblings
- Michael Bever, a 19-year-old Oklahoma boy was convicted of five counts of murder on Thursday.
- Bever killed his parents and three siblings along with his older brother Robert Bever in 2015 when Michael was only 2015.
- Their 13-year-old sister, Crystal Bever survived the attack where their youngest sister, 2 was unharmed.
- Bever was sentenced five times in prison and given 28 years of sentence in addition for the assault charges.
A 19-year-old Oklahoma boy was sentenced to five lifetimes in prison for the murders for his parents and three younger siblings in 2015.
Michael Bever, who was only 16 at the time of the assassination, made a plan to kill his family with his older brother. The brother duo executed their plan by stabbing their father, mother, two young brothers, and a sister, 5 in their suburban home.
His two sisters, 13-year-old Crystal Bever and 2-year-old survived the heinous attack, where the 2-year-old was unharmed.
Bever, who was convicted of the five murders, one count of assault and battery with intent to kill was given 28 years in addition to five lifetimes serve. His brother, Robert who was 18 at the time of murder pleaded guilty in 2016 was sentenced to life imprisonment.
Before Robert was given the lifetime sentence, he told police that his parents used to beat him and said he planned the murder hoping it would bring him fame.
According to Fox, a lifetime in prison is considered 45 years before for parole is given, and the convict must serve 85% of his sentence before being eligible for parole. So as Bever's sentences sum up to 253 years and he must serve 215 years in prison before parole eligibility.
Fox reported Bever's defense attorneys are planning for an appeal.
Michael and Robert Bever killed their parents; David Bever, 52, and April Bever, 44, and brothers Daniel Bever, 12, Christopher Bever, 7, and sister Victoria Bever, 5, after 11 pm on July 22, 2015.
Police said they responded the home after receiving a 911 call in which no one spoke. They said the call might have made by the injured girl. They arrived at the scene shortly after 11:30 and forced enter the house after hearing moaning inside the house.
The officers told the suspects had used several 'blade-type' weapons in the murder.