2 Teens Arrested After Their Family Is Found Dead Cops say the incident in Oklahoma is 'almost unprecedented' By Arden Dier, Newser Staff Posted Jul 23, 2015 7:29 AM CDT 25 comments Comments Crime scene tape marks off the area as police investigate, Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Broken Arrow, Okla., where five people were found dead Wednesday. (AP Photo/Justin Juozapavicius) (Newser) – Police are calling a quintuple murder in the Oklahoma city of Broken Arrow "almost unprecedented." Authorities received a 911 call described as a hang-up around 11:30pm last night and responded to a home in the Tulsa suburb to find five people, including juveniles, stabbed to death, reports KJRH. Another female teenager at the scene was in critical condition and taken to a hospital, reports the AP, while another child was uninjured. Authorities say two teens, 16- and 18-year-old males, ran from the home as police arrived. A canine unit traced them to a wooded trail behind the home; both were arrested. Police say all nine people involved were family members who lived at the home, per BuzzFeed. A KJRH reporter on Twitter says authorities have now obtained a search warrant and are searching the home. "The crime scene has taken a pretty heavy toll on officers who have come out here," a police rep says. "It hits close to home...Our officers have a lot to take in."