Remains recovered in south Logan County property

During an ongoing investigation, multiple law enforcement agencies have conducted a search of a southern Logan County property where remains have been recovered.

It’s a story Guthrie News Page first brought you on April 16. On Friday, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) confirmed they are working with multiple county sheriff’s offices regarding their missing persons investigations. Related article: Federal, state law agencies searching Logan County property

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiners confirmed remains were found in Logan County near the area of Pine Street and Simmons Road.

The OSBI was requested by the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office and Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office to assist in a joint investigation involving several missing persons from each county.

GNP spoke with OSBI officials on April 18, but they did not want to speak about the case and (politely) requested limited access to the area.

According to The Oklahoman, agents are investigating whether a white supremacist prison gang is behind nine or more disappearances.

On Friday, OSBI confirmed remains have been recovered during the course of this investigation. Identification of the remains will be determined by the Medical Examiners Office, as well as the cause of death.

The search warrant has been reported to be under a seal and not available for any additional details.


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