DIBBLE — An Oklahoma City man was arrested Friday night on three counts of first-degree murder in connection with a fire earlier in the day at a trailer home near Dibble. A young mother and her two children were found dead inside. Shaun Michael Bosse, 27, was arrested about 8:45 p.m. at his apartment in Oklahoma City and was booked into the McClain County jail, said Jessica Brown, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman. Three bodies were found shortly after crews were called about 9 a.m. Friday to a trailer home at 15734 212th St., one block north of State Highway 39 and about two blocks east of Aspen Road. The OSBI and McClain County sheriff’s office investigated the deaths in the home east of Dibble. Authorities did not immediately release the names of those found inside the structure, but two relatives near the site identified them as Katrina Griffin, 25, and her children: Christian Griffin, 8, and Chasity Hammer, 6. Brown said Bosse had been interviewed several times by investigators during the day on Friday. She said the bodies found inside the trailer exhibited signs of trauma that led investigators to believe foul play was involved. “It was obvious to us it was a homicide at that point in time,” Brown said. McClain County Undersheriff Bill Shobe said volunteer firefighters put out the fire and found the three bodies inside the residence. OSBI agents Friday afternoon arrived at the scene in two dark sport utility vehicles. Dana Guthrie, of the McClain County sheriff’s office, said Friday evening he could not reveal much about the investigation. Hours after the tragic events of Friday morning, through the bustle of fire personnel and law enforcement in and near the long, burned-out structure, small bicycles remained parked neatly in a line beside the trailer. Yards away from the home, beyond the yellow tape, family and friends of the victims spent the day comforting each other and waiting for answers. “I couldn’t believe it, it’s just devastating,” said Jackie Buchanan, an aunt of Katrina Griffin and great-aunt of the children. “They were very young.” Buchanan described Katrina Griffin as “funny, a joy to be around. She would help anybody.” She said Christian and Chasity were sweet children whose personalities were so outgoing that “they never met a stranger.”
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