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JaRay Wilson Prayer Vigil
It's been three months since a Weatherford teen
disappeared. Tuesday night, friends and family gathered to pray for JaRay
Wilson's safe return. Dozens of people gathered for the prayer vigil. It's
something the Wilson family plans to do every month until JaRay is found.
"There's not a trace of her anywhere," said
Jara Wilson. "She just really really disappeared."
It's now been three months since Jara Wilson started
searching for her daughter JaRay.
"It's more scary actually everyday because I never
thought it'd be three months and still not know where she's at," said
The 16-year-old was seen at a convenience store in Hydro
before she disappeared.
"It was the last time she was seen in the clothes
that she was wearing," said Mark Woodward, Spokesman for the Oklahoma
Bureau of Narcotics.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics' Human Trafficking unit
is taking charge of the investigation.
"Somebody knows or several people may know where
she's at or what happened," said Woodward.
OBN Spokesman Mark Woodward says the team investigates several leads per week.
But after three months, there's still no sign of JaRay.
"That it's been so long since anybody's heard from
her is very concerning," said Woodward.
But JaRay's family will not give up hope. Instead,
they're planning to pray and release balloons with a message. The Wilson family
rolled up flyers with JaRay's picture on it and placed them into around 200
"Hopefully one will land in that perfect spot where
she's at," said Jara.
And as the balloons fly away into the sunset, Jara hopes
just one of them finds her daughter.
"I'll never give up no matter what cause I know
she's out there somewhere," said Jara.
If you have any information about where JaRay Wilson may
be, call the Human Trafficking Tip Line at 1-855-617-2288.
Posted: Tuesday, January 15 2013, 09:25 PM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Okla. grand jury returns new charges on ex-judge
May 23, 2013 23:32 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma's multicounty grand jury has returned new indictments against a former Lincoln County judge who already faces embezzlement and cattle theft charges.
The grand jury handed up the indictments Thursday against 47-year-old Craig S. Key of Chandler.
Key turned himself in last month to Lincoln County authorities who set bond at $10,000.
One indictment accuses Key of harboring a fugitive by allegedly encouraging a client facing criminal charges in Lincoln and Jefferson counties to flee the state to avoid prosecution.
Another charges Key with five counts of delivery of a forged note and accuses him of forging the name of a woman whose signature was required on escrow account checks that Key was also required to sign.
Key's attorney, Cheryl Ramsey of Stillwater, says the additional indictments are no surprise.
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