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The soldier was arrested with 2 others in death of step-father are found in the Oklahoma city cemetary

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An active duty Army man has been arrested with two others in the death of his step-father in Oklahoma for the past month.

The researchers opened an investigation after finding the body of Bob Dalpoas, 49, of Haileyville, Okla., on the Fourth of July at a cemetery, which, according to the report.

On Wednesday, the Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris has announced the arrest of a Dalpoas of 21-year-old stepson, Tyler, Morgan, and two other men, KOTV reported.

“We had a theory from the very beginning that these three are one,” said Randy Hass, a detective in the sheriff’s office, according to the station.

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Morgan was taken into custody at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State, where he has the rank of a private first-class, the station reported.

Jimmy Nace, left, and Matt Vermillion, and, as a Bonus, Tyler Morgan.
(Pittsburg County Jail/ U.S. Army)

Jimmy Nace, 46, of Haileyville, and Matt Vermillion, 40, of Krebs, was that the men in charge. They were put in prison at McAlester.

An arrest affidavit says, ” Morgan told the Army research Dalpoas went down after an argument on July 3, Nace, in Haileyville, to The McAlester News-Capital reported Thursday.

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The statement said that at the cemetery, ” Morgan told the investigators that he and the Nace picked up on a concrete bench and had it on the Dalpoas’s head two more times, the paper reported. Nace, and then left the bank on Dalpoas head for a third time.

Morgon said and Nace then in the body of a man on fire with lighter fluid to “destroy evidence,” according to the statement, the paper reported.

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Nace, and Vermillion were organized into the Pittsburg County Jail.

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