Robert And Michael Bever Murder Family

Robert and Michael Bever are a pair of brothers from Oklahoma who would murder their entire family

According to court documents Robert and Michael Bever wanted to commit a mass shooting that would rival the Columbine Massacre however they decided to start with their own family.

Robert and Michael Bever would stab to death their parents and their three siblings. The case known as the Broken Arrow Massacre would shock the entire State of Oklahoma

Robert Bever would be sentenced to multiple life sentences with no chance of parole. Michael Bever due to his age would receive multiple life sentences but has a shot of parole in the future

Since being in custody Robert Bever would pick up more life sentences for attacking prison guards

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Where is Robert Bever Now

Robert Bever is currently incarcerated at the Joseph Harp Correctional Facility

When is Robert Bever release date

Robert Bever is serving multiple life without parole sentences

Where is Michael Bever now

Michael Bever is currently incarcerated at the Lexington Correctional Center

When is Michael Bever release date

Michael Bever is serving a life sentence with a shot of parole

Robert And Michael Bever Sentencing

One of two Broken Arrow brothers who are imprisoned for the murders of five family members was assigned additional life sentences this year.

Robert Bever, now 24, was ordered to serve three life sentences on top of his six others after he attempted to attack prison staff in July 2019 with an 8-inch long “sharpened instrument.”

One of the two staff members Bever approached at Joseph Harp Correctional Center, a social services specialist, wrapped him in a bear hug and ordered him to drop the weapon, a report states.

Information on whether the confrontation resulted in injury to staff or the inmate was redacted in the report, but Bever was charged with two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and one count of possessing a weapon in a penal institution.

He was convicted upon pleading guilty in August, and a Cleveland County judge ordered him to serve three concurrent life sentences that will run consecutively to his previously earned life sentences.

Bever and his younger brother, Michael Bever, plotted for at least a year to kill their family and start a mass-killing spree.

They murdered five of their family members and critically injured another in 2015 before fleeing from police. The teenage sister survived, and the youngest sibling, age 2, was discovered alive in the home, unharmed and apparently forgotten by the brothers.

Parents David Bever, 52, and April Bever, 44, along with three of their children, Daniel Bever, 12, Christopher Bever, 7, and Victoria Bever, 5, died in the attack.

Police found Robert and Michael nearby.

Robert Bever, then 18, was convicted a year later of five counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. He received five life sentences without parole and a life sentence with the possibility of parole.

Michael Bever, 16 at the time of the attack, was convicted in 2018 of five counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault with intent to kill. He received five life sentences and one 28-year sentence. He’s now 22.

The two surviving children were adopted by a Tulsa family, and the Bever home was demolished, making way for a neighborhood park that was dedicated in 2019.

The brothers remain in the Joseph Harp Correctional Center in Lexington, according to online DOC records.

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