The bodies of Kraig and Sheri Chambers were located in Vera, Washington County, after the lead suspect in the murders showed the authorities where the bodies were.
Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office reported that they discovered the bodies of a Collinsville couple, Kraig and Sheri Chambers, after they went missing over the weekend.
The authorities tracked down and arrested the suspect, Wesley Brock Pavey, who led the investigators to the location of the two bodies. The Chambers couple was found in Vera, Washington County.
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DOING THE RIGHT THING
TCSO spokeswoman Casey Roebuck revealed that the authorities are yet to discover a proper motive in the case. So far, they only know that Pavey was involved in a major fight with the couple in their home. Pavey is a cousin to one of the Chambers.
The investigators, who are still searching for the true motive, know that Pavey and Kraig did not have a good relationship and were estranged from one another. Roebuck spoke about Pavey, saying:
"Oklahoma City Police were able to locate him, bring him to us and we interviewed him throughout the day. Today he decided to do the right thing and show us where they were at."
EVIDENCE IN THE HOME
Investigators found evidence in the Chambers home, which led them to believe that foul play was involved in their sudden disappearance. In addition, the news of the altercation with Pavey solidified their theory.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released a list of five people wanted in connection to Delgado's murder.
The police searched for Kraig and Sheri over a stretch of two days before Pavey took them to their remains. Roebuck shared that although this is not a happy ending, the family is now able to know what happened to the couple.
Sheri and Kraig left a young son behind, who is said to still be in elementary school. The young boy has been entrusted into the care of his grandmother as the family mourns the couple's death.
A GoFundMe campaign was launched in an attempt to aid the remaining family in this difficult time and to cover the funeral expenses in the wake of the two deaths.
Meanwhile, police are still on the hunt for five suspects thought to be involved in the murder of a mother of two, Rossana Delgado. The 37-year-old's body was found 120 miles from where she was last seen.
Delgado's last conversation was with her husband. She was a part-time rideshare driver, and she told her spouse she was dropping off her last passenger before returning home.
The young mother never made it home that night, and her husband reported her missing. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released a list of five people wanted in connection to Delgado's murder.
No motive for the murder has been released, and the authorities have not confirmed Delgado's cause of death as they are still waiting for the results from the autopsy.
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