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Burglars accidentally rob house contaminated with toxic substances

Dexter Nelson, FBI, Kevin Phillips, News, Oklahoma City Police, Quarantine, Ramon Stephens, Toxic Substances, Video -

Burglars accidentally rob house contaminated with toxic substances

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma — A pair of alleged thieves picked the wrong house to steal from.

Last month, the FBI and the Oklahoma City Police Department arrested Preston Rhoads for allegedly plotting to kill his girlfriend with a deadly toxin, ricin.

Rhoads has been in jail ever since. The home has plenty of warning signs outside telling people to stay away because of the toxic substances inside.

This week, Kevin Phillips and Ramon Stephens allegedly broke into Rhoads’ home. The suspects are accused of stealing water bottles and a speaker system.

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