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Locust Grove man, 28, arraigned in 6 deaths, house fire

BY JOHNNY JOHNSON Modified: November 24, 2009 at 6:28 am •  Published: November 24, 2009

A preliminary autopsy report for a former cast member of the HBO show "Cathouse” states the woman received multiple gunshot, stabbing and slashing wounds, the state medical examiner’s office said.

A gunshot wound to the right temple was the probable cause of death for Brooke Phillips, 22, of Moore, the office said.

Another woman whose body was found in a burning Oklahoma City house on Nov. 9 received three gunshot wounds, the medical examiner said.

The probable cause of death for Millie Barrera, 22, of Mustang were gunshot wounds to the back and head, the office said.

Both women were pregnant. Autopsy reports have not been made available for the other two victims, Casey Barrientos, 32, and his girlfriend, Jennifer Ermey, 25.

David Allen Tyner, 28, of Locust Grove is accused of stabbing and shooting the four adult victims and setting the fire at the rental house at 1511 SW 56. He was arraigned Monday on six counts of first-degree murder. A preliminary hearing conference is set for Dec. 3.

The report shows Phillips suffered a slit throat, a stab wound to her abdomen and gunshots to her left arm, left index finger and right leg and cuts to her hands and wrist.

The medical examiner’s report on Phillips’ body also described a petroleum odor, indicating some type of accelerant may have been poured on or around the woman’s body.

Medical examiner sketches note a total of 10 gunshot and stab wounds to Phillips’ body. Previous coverage

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