How did Keirston Raquale Chaney Die? What happened to Keirston Raquale Chaney?
Keirston Raquale Chaney was shot and died at a Vian resident on June 10, 2022, at about 7:30 a.m. According to authorities, a shooting in Vian left two persons dead and one injured. Three persons were first reported to have been slain, however, one of them is still alive.
When the police came, they discovered a man, a lady, and another male who appeared to have had a face wound from a gunshot. Cody Monholland, who was 27 years old, and Keirston R. Chaney, 25, both came from Vian.
A 25-year-old Vian resident Kevin Chew was shot in the face. Chew was believed to be in good health when he was brought to a hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. Numerous locals contacted the police when they heard gunfire in the area.
Who was Keirston Raquale Chaney?
On May 29, 1997, Keirston was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas. In Vian, Oklahoma, on June 10, 2022, she passed away. Keirston Raquale’s funeral was held at the Victory Worship Center in Spiro, Oklahoma, on June 18, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.
In Akins, Oklahoma, in the Akins Cemetery, the burial took place. The service was handled by the Mallory-Martin Funeral Home in Spiro, Oklahoma.
When they learned of her passing, her loved ones and friends were horrified. Prior to her granddaughter Harper’s grandparents Johnny and Ruby Chaney, she passed away. Chaney’s parents are Johnny and Dana Chaney in Pocola and Tracey and Doug Morrow in Vian.
Everyone was shocked by her demise, and her photo was also shared online. People have always had a profound sense of loss and grief after losing a loved one.
About Keirston Raquale Chaney’s family
Keirston Raquale was Keirston Chew’s wife. The two children of Keirston are Aayden and Chaney. However, nobody is familiar with Keirston’s husband. Kevin Chew, however, is alleged to have been shot in the face while Keirston was being killed by gunfire.
He was transported to a medical facility in Little Rock, Arkansas, where his health status was listed as stable. According to court records from Sequoyah County, Chew requested a protective order against Monholland on April 28. The injunction was immediately granted by the judge. The protection order appears to have ended on May 23 even though Chew received a second order on May 24.