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Michael Devin Stanley: Stabbed granny Esther Driskell and sister Larisa Fraley

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New York Daily News is reporting today that an Oklahoma teenager murdered his great-grandmother and his half sister. According to Osage County police, 19-year old Michael Devin Stanley, stabbed Esther Driskell, 74, and Larisa Lea Fraley, 16, last week. He is presently in custody.

2014: Facts in the case of teen killer Michael Devin Stanley

Michael Devin Stanley murdered his great-grandmother Esther Driskell and his half sister Larisa Fraley in their Skiatook home on Monday.

Osage County police were dispatched to the home, where they found the body of Esther Driskell with multiple stab wounds to her body.

Police later received a call indicating that a van had been found abandoned in a rural area.

When police arrived on the scene, they found the dead body of Stanley's sister Larisa Fraley with multiple stab wounds to the body. She was found on the floor of a van in the rural area.

Police were led to Esther Driskel's great grandson, where witnesses say he was last seen walking in the same area.

Michael Devin Stanley was living with his great-grandmother Esther Driskell because his mother is currently incarcerated and his father has no relationship with him, according to News On 6.

Today's Update in the case of Michael Stanley

The district court judge has set no bond for the teen. Michael Stanley remains in the Osage County jail booked on first-degree murder.



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