Tragic Discovery: Missing Kansas Women Identified in Murder Case

Authorities have confirmed that remains discovered in Oklahoma belong to two missing Kansas women, a tragic development in a murder case that has resulted in four arrests.

The victims, identified as 27-year-old Veronica Butler and 39-year-old Jilian Kelley, were reported missing under suspicious circumstances last month. Their disappearance sparked a widespread investigation that led to the grim discovery.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced the identification on social media, offering condolences to the loved ones of Butler and Kelley. The official causes of death have not been disclosed yet.

Butler and Kelley were reported missing on March 30 after their vehicle was found abandoned on a highway in Texas County, Oklahoma. They were believed to have been traveling to pick up children before they vanished.

Following intensive investigation efforts, four individuals were arrested on first-degree murder charges: 43-year-old Tad Bert Cullum, 54-year-old Tifany Machel Adams, 50-year-old Cole Earl Twombly, and 44-year-old Cora Twombly.

The bodies of Butler and Kelley were discovered in rural Texas County, shedding light on the tragic fate of the missing women.

Tragic Discovery: Missing Kansas Women Identified in Murder Case

Investigators uncovered evidence linking the suspects to the crime, including Adams’ purchase of stun guns and burner phones before the women disappeared. Blood and a broken hammer were found near the abandoned vehicle, providing further clues in the investigation.

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The suspects are said to be affiliated with an anti-government group called “God’s Misfits,” which regularly met at the Twomblys’ home. A teenage witness revealed that the group had previously attempted to harm Butler.

The arrests and identification of the victims mark a significant development in the ongoing investigation, bringing closure to the families of Butler and Kelley while shedding light on the disturbing circumstances surrounding their disappearance and deaths.

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