A new search for the bodies of two northeast Oklahoma girls missing since 1999 started Friday, according to authorities.
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Authorities ended the latest search for the remains of two teenage Welch girls who disappeared in 1999 on Tuesday afternoon without finding anything significant.
As a result of these efforts, there is a much clearer understanding of when and how objects entered the collections of the Museum of the American Indian through purchases, field collections, excavations, gifts or exchanges.
Previous�searches�for the girl's bodies both in�northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas�have been unsuccessful.
WELCH (AP) -- Authorities in Oklahoma are starting a new search for two 16-year-old girls missing and presumed dead for nearly 20 years. Craig County District Attorney's spokeswoman Michelle Lowry says the search for Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible will begin Tuesday near the Picher area, about 85 miles (137 kilometers) northeast of Tulsa and where authorities have said the girls' bodies are believed to have been dumped. The girls disappeared Dec. 30, 1999, from Freeman's home in nearby Welch. Freeman's parents, Danny and Kathy Freeman, were found fatally shot in the burned home. In April 2018, authorities charged 68-year-old Ronnie Dean Busick with four counts of first-degree murder in the case and said two other suspects are dead. Busick has denied involvement in the case and is undergoing a mental competency evaluation.
Those with information on the disappearance of Aubrey Dameron are asked to call the OSBI or Delaware County Sheriff's Office.
Cherokee Nation citizen Jeff Cawhorn discovered his love for working with stone after being fascinated with arrowheads and flint napping as a young boy. However, it wasn't until a year ago that he turned his love for stone art into a side business out of his home in Sallisaw, Oklahoma.
Authorities searching for a Tahlequah man who disappeared nearly 10 years ago are digging on property near Fort Gibson.
Cherokee Nation citizen Stephen Adams disappeared in 2004 after taking a final at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla.
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