Missing Kansas Women Found Deceased in Oklahoma, Four Charged with Murder

The Oklahoma chief medical examiner has positively identified the remains of two women from Kansas who were reported missing while traveling through the state.

The women, identified as 27-year-old Veronica Butler and 39-year-old Jilian Kelley, vanished under suspicious circumstances last month. Their disappearance prompted a widespread search effort and a subsequent murder investigation.

The women were last seen traveling in a vehicle, which was later found abandoned on a highway in Texas County, Oklahoma, near the border with Kansas.

A missing persons alert was issued by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, stating that Butler and Kelley were on their way to pick up children before they disappeared.

After days of intense investigation, authorities made a significant breakthrough when they discovered human remains over the weekend in rural Texas County.

Subsequently, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation confirmed that the bodies belonged to Butler and Kelley. However, the official causes of death have not yet been disclosed.

Missing Kansas Women Found Deceased in Oklahoma, Four Charged with Murder

In connection with the murders, four individuals have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder. The suspects are identified as 43-year-old Tad Bert Cullum, 54-year-old Tifany Machel Adams, 50-year-old Cole Earl Twombly, and 44-year-old Cora Twombly.

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According to an unsealed affidavit, Adams is the paternal grandmother of Butler’s children and had been involved in a custody dispute with her. Additionally, Cullum and Adams were in a relationship.

The tragic case has shocked both the local community and law enforcement agencies involved in the investigation. The victims’ families have been informed of the developments, and the investigation into the circumstances surrounding their deaths continues.

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