Remains found in Oklahoma have been identified as those of two Kansas women who went missing

Remains found in OklahomaSource:Authorities claimed that the remains found in a rural area of Oklahoma have been confirmed recognized as belonging to two Kansas women who were reported missing last month.

The chief medical examiner for the state verified that the remains were that of Jilian Kelley, 39, and Veronica Butler, 27, according to information released by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday.

Information about their missing

In an earlier endangered missing notice, the Texas County Sheriff’s Department stated that the women were en route to “pick up children” but “never made it to the pick-up location.”

The OSBI said in a news release on March 31 that their car had been discovered abandoned and that they were looking into it as a “suspicious disappearance.”

Remains found in Oklahoma
Source: People

On Saturday, April 13, four suspects were taken into custody: Tad Bert Cullum, 43; Tifany Machel Adams, 54; Cole Earl Twombly, 50; and Cora Twombly, 44.

According to NBC, the four suspects are expected to make their initial court appearance in Texas County court on Wednesday.

When Texas County Sheriff Matt Boley spoke with media on Monday morning, he did not provide many details about the alleged crime; however, he did state that Butler and Kelley were the victims of a “targeted” attack, and that no other members of the public were thought to be in risk.

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