Terrance Micheal Annanders
Case# 2020-1243 Type: Death Investigation Victim: Terrance Micheal Annanders Investigator: Lt. Scott Hawkins Phone: (405) 585-6009 Email: email@example.com
Circumstances: Reported by family missing on 10/12/2020 later found deceased in an oil tank across the street from the family residence on 10/15/2020 in Macomb, Oklahoma his condition showed he had been deceased for several days. It was later determined he had a single gunshot wound that entered the bottom of his chin and exited out the front of his lower jaw. There was no firearm located at the scene and at this time despite numerous interviews and leads this case remains unsolved.
Harry Lee Venosdel Jr.
Case# 2019-1243 Type: Homicide Investigation Victim: Harry Lee Venosdel Jr. Investigator: Lt. Scott Hawkins Phone: (405) 585-6009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Circumstances: On 2/25/2019 family friends who lived on the same property as Venosdel returned home finding him deceased on the ground in front of his travel trailer. After the Sheriff's Office arrived on the scene it was determined that Venosdel had sustained gunshot wounds that likely caused his death. Two dogs on the property were also shot as a result of this incident. Numerous individuals have been interviewed but no suspect(s) have been identified. News 9 Story Link
Case# 2001-0000 Type: Death Investigation Victim: Dustin Bench Investigator: Lt. Bob Stewart Phone: (405) 275-2526 Email: email@example.com
Circumstances: Dustin Bench was 22 years old when he went missing from Tecumseh in 2001. His family thought he was walking to his girlfriend’s house, but he never returned. In 2008, his remains were discovered near Earlsboro, Oklahoma. The medical examiner determined that he had died from a gunshot wound. News Channel 4 Story Link
Melody Ann Garton-Jones & Paul Jones
Case# 1983-0000 Type: Death Investigation/Missing Person Victim: Melody Ann Garton-Jones & Paul Jones Investigator: Lt.Scott Hawkins Phone: (405) 585-6009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Circumstances: Melody Ann Jones spent the day of May 4, 1983 fishing with her family on the Shawnee Twin Lakes, not far from her home in Earlsboro, Oklahoma. Melody, 19, was with all six members of her family: three younger sisters, a younger brother, her mother, and her father. After spending the day fishing, the parents took the younger siblings home, while Randall drove Melody back to the house she shared with her husband, 20-year-old Paul Richard Jones. Randall said he dropped his sister off around 10:30 p.m. Randall said it was dark, but that he pulled his car up to the back of the house so Melody could get to the main entrance easily. He said he saw light from inside the house flood onto the lawn as she entered her home. Paul was found deceased in the Earlsboro home and Melody has not been seen since.