Nearly three months later, the investigation into police murdering Chris and Stacey Stout has been completed.
Eight law enforcement agencies have turned over their reports for the D.A. to decide what should be done.
In early April, Stacey Stout and her boyfriend Christopher Stout (no relation) were killed in a hail of gunfire while law enforcement served a burglary warrant on Christopher Stout.
Police say they were serving the warrant at a Motel 6 when Christopher Stout and Stacey Stout were leaving the motel. With eight law enforcement agencies involved.
Christopher Stout allegedly lead the officers on a short pursuit. Officers say they stopped the vehicle a short distance away from the Motel.
After the vehicle was stopped, seven law enforcement officers jumped out of their vehicle and opened fire on Chris and Stacey, riddling the vehicle with at least 75 bullet holes. Stacey Stout is not known to have a criminal record.
The couple was unarmed.
The officers involved were Deputy Marshal C. Stephens (USMS), Deputy Marshal T. Groom (USMS), Agent J. Leone OBNDD, Trooper D. Long OHP, Deputy Sheriff C. Pope (Pott. County), Deputy Sheriff E. Grimes (Canadian Co.) and Sgt. K. Johnson OCPD….
Oklahoma County District Attorney David W. Prater has the conclusion of the investigation on his desk and is currently making his decision on what should be done.
Oklahoma County D.A.
Main Office Location:
320 Robert S. Kerr, Room 505
Oklahoma City, OK 73102