“There was apparently going to be a sale of a gun, possibly off of Craigslist when the two victims entered the vehicle,” Moore police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis told KFOR. “The suspects claimed they heard a gun being racked or cocked. At that point, one of those individuals fired at the two victims that entered the van and killed them both at that time.”
Garcia-Boettler told police he got scared and left the parking lot, WFOR reported.
Authorities alleged that the brothers called Crystal Boettler, who told them to drive to a property in Moore, Oklahoma.
According to court documents, Barker allegedly helped the brothers remove the bodies, covered them with tarps and attached cinder blocks around them with chains.
At some point, the bodies were also dismembered, according to court documents.
According to court records, a $5 million bond was set for Brett Boettler. A $3 million bond was set for Barker and Garcia-Boettler.
The next court appearance for the suspects is May 22, KFOR reported.