The man accused of shooting, stabbing and then burning Cathouse star Brooke Phillips and three others in an Oklahoma home had a dangerous past association with Casey Mark Barrientos, the male victim in his horrific killing spree. According to prosecutors in the murder case, David Allen Tyner, worked as the body guard of Casey Mark Barrientos who had been in and out of prisons for drug convictions and involved in a drive-by shooting.
RadarOnline.com has learned that Tyner, a former marine and cage fighter, was also a member of a gang called the Indian Brotherhood and this may be the cause for various jail house brawls that have broken out at three prisons over the weekend. Tyner’s employer, and murder victim, Barrientos, is hispanic and Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetzel believes it is no coincidence that there have been prison fights since Tyner’s arrest.
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Corrections department spokesman Jerry Massie confirmed Monday that the prison fights have been between American Indians and Hispanic inmates and authorities believe the attacks that sent six inmates to the hospital were coordinated.
To put an end to the jailhouse mayhem Whetzel said, “We have maintained tight security and we’ve gone back and rechecked.” Four inmates remained hospitalized with stab wounds on Monday.
Tyner has been charged with six first-degree murder charges because two of his victims, including Moonlite Bunny Ranch prostitute, Brooke Phillips were pregnant at the time of the murders. He has been refused bail.