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Okla. Deputy Searching for Meth Lab Finds Ex-Wife's Remains

February 28, 2011  | 

Muskogee County (Okla.) Sheriff's Deputy Eddie Walker knocked on the door of a motel room to bust a suspected meth lab earlier this week. Instead of the lab, the knock would lead to finding the body of his ex-wife, who disappeared 12 years ago, reports the Tulsa World.

Carol Stallings Grannon disappeared in 1999, while living with Jeffery Joseph Grannon, who has been arrested and charged with killing her and hiding her body in a storm drain.

Read the full story at TulsaWorld.com.


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