Tulsa man accused of killing parents owed father $17K 03/04/2020 11:31 am PST Comments KFOR / Tulsa County via KFOR: TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) -- A son accused of killing his parents inside their Tulsa home allegedly owed his father more than $17,000. On Monday around 8:45 a.m., police responded to an abandoned vehicle call near Jenks East Elementary School. Records inside the SUV led investigators to a home near East 88th Street and Braden Ave. Police smelled a strong odor of gas coming from the home. Nearby homes were evacuated, and authorities searched the home where they found Beverly and Joseph Spence dead with gunshot wounds. The couple's son, 40-year-old Bryan Spence, was arrested in connection to their murders. KJRH reports an affidavit states Bryan allegedly had deleted text messages with his father about money he owed to his dad. He then allegedly admitted to investigators that he owed his father $17,000. He was booked into the Tulsa County jail for two complaints of first-degree murder. MORE: Affidavit: Son Arrested, Accused of Killing Parents in South Tulsa Over $17,000 - KJRH Son accused of killing parents in Tulsa owed father $17K - KFOR #KFOR #Murder #Oklahoma #Shooting #Tulsa Related Stories Man charged with murder of grandmother after head found in yard Arkansas man charged with murdering mom, dad accused of coverup Captured: Teen accused of killing mom, brother on Valentine's Day Utah teen charged in murder of four family members Chicago rapper gets 99 years in mom's murder-for-hire killing Man admits to 'honor killing' of daughter-in-law over affair: Court docs Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.