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Vigil Marks Two Months Since Weatherford Teen Went Missing
The Weatherford community gathered to support JaRay Wilson's family Saturday night, with a candlelight vigil on Main Street.
Saturday marked two months since JaRay, 16, went missing. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics believes she may have been taken unwillingly and could be a victim of human trafficking.
"We just want to keep everyone aware that she's is still missing and that we still want her home," Jara Wilson, JaRay's mother said.
Although so much time has passed since her disappearance, Jara, her family and the community continue to have faith she will be found.
"We continue to pray that's why we're here," said Mike Ahern, one of dozens of supporters at the vigil. "The community's been behind it, throughout Oklahoma and I understand there's advertisement throughout the United States as a result of this."
More flyers will make it across the country as a result of the vigil. Supporters released yellow balloons into the sky. Each contained a flyer with JaRay's information.
"Maybe it will land somewhere where someone, where she may be. There may be someone who hasn't even seen it yet," Jara said.
The Wilson family has spent the last two months traveling the state hanging flyers and searching for JaRay. Billboards across Oklahoma also flash the girl's picture and information.
"I mean we're never going to give up finding her until the day she's home. We're never going to give up. We will always be out there 100 percent trying to find her," Jara said.
The only suspect in the case named by law enforcement, Gilberto Paz, was cleared.
If you know anything about this case or have seen JaRay, call 911.
The family is taking donations to help support their search. You can make donation to the reward fund here.
Posted: Saturday, December 15 2012, 09:31 PM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Wife guilty in Nichols Hills fire chief slaying
May 22, 2013 00:24 GMT
EL RENO, Okla. (AP) -- A jury in El Reno has convicted Rebecca Bryan of the murder of her husband, Nichols Hills Fire Chief Keith Bryan, and recommended a sentence of life in prison without parole.
Jurors reached the Tuesday verdict after about four hours of deliberation.
The 54-year-old Bryan claimed an intruder had shot her husband, though police found her Ruger pistol in a clothes dryer in their home after the shooting.
The gun was matched to the bullet used to shoot Keith Bryan in 2011 at the couple's Mustang home. Police also found a spent shell casing and a left-handed rubber glove wrapped in a bullet-riddled blanket.
The Oklahoman reports (http://is.gd/mvC6Mi ) Bryan didn't display her emotions when the verdict was read. Her lawyer gave her a hug and told her he was sorry.
Information from: The Oklahoman, http://www.newsok.com
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