MADILL, Okla. (KXII) - The Kingston man accused of shooting and killing his family is back in Oklahoma and scheduled to make an appearance in Marshall County court Tuesday.
56-year-old Kevin Moseley was booked into the Marshall County Jail around 1:00 p.m. Monday.
He's being charged with three counts of first degree murder for the slaughter of his three family members.
Sheriff Danny Cryer tells News 12 Moseley shot and killed his wife Monica, and two step children, 16-year-old Johnathan Horath, and 12-year-old Stephanie Horath in their home on Page Road south of Madill.
Cryer says he then fled to Abilene, Texas, where the Texas Rangers found and arrested him.
Henry Walker, the Marshall County Jail administrator, said that when he approached Moseley, he was polite but did not seem remorseful.
"He was very polite, (saying) yes sir, yes ma'am, but he said 'I know what I did, I'm not here to cause any trouble, I just want to get this over with," Walker said.
Walker said those were his exact words.
He also said Moseley asked for a book to read when he got to the jail.
Moseley is being held without bond, and expected to make his first court appearance on Tuesday.