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    OK - ARREST MADE - Braylee Rae Henry, Velma OK

    Girl found dead in Stephens County is identified; arrest is made

    A 16-year-old girl who went to buy a soda pop at a convenience store Wednesday night was found dead later in a pasture east of Velma.

    A Stephens County Sheriff’s Department canine unit found the body of Braylee Rae Henry. The body had signs of trauma.

    Myles Sterling Bench, 21, was arrested on a murder complaint after he was found driving Henry’s car. Deputies tracked the car using its GPS system.

    Bench is a clerk at the Tee Pee Totem convenience store, where investigators found blood on the floor Wednesday night

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    This is actually the town I grew up in. Thanks to Onstar for helping the police track Braylee's car and then assisting state and local law enforcement in disabling the car!
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    I follow an "In Memory" page for Braylee on FB and it was stated there that a competency hearing has been scheduled for August 19. Strangely, I haven't been able to find anything else about this in the news.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brayl...80144525338189
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlithePlum View Post
    I follow an "In Memory" page for Braylee on FB and it was stated there that a competency hearing has been scheduled for August 19. Strangely, I haven't been able to find anything else about this in the news.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brayl...80144525338189
    Do they mean April 19?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    Do they mean April 19?
    I wondered that, so I went ahead and checked out the court records. This is what I found:

    FILE ENT AND REC ORDER SETTING HEARING AS TO COMPETENCY AND WAIVER OF RIGHT TO HEARING WITHIN 72 HRS (8-7-13 @9:00 AM) JHE DB (COMPETENCY REPORT SEALED NOT SCANNED)
    BBM

    http://www1.odcr.com/detail?court=06...69-CF++1200172
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    08/19/2013 9:00am FELONY JURY TRIAL

    http://www1.odcr.com/detail?court=06...69-CF++1200172

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    http://www.okcfox.com/story/25720599...ee-murder-case

    A Velma man charged with first-degree murder has again been found mentally competent to stand trial.

    Friday's ruling by Judge Joe Enos in Stephens County District Court is the fourth time that 23-year-old Miles Sterling Bench has been found competent for trial for the death of 16-year-old Braylee Rae Henry...

    District Attorney Jason Hicks has said he is seeking the death penalty if Bench is convicted.

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    http://www.duncanbanner.com/local/x1...-until-January

    The impending trial of Miles Bench, who faces a possible death penalty in the slaying of a Velma teen-ager, has been postponed until January.

    District Judge Joe Enos granted the continuance at the request of Bench’s attorneys, District Attorney Jason Hicks said Saturday...

    Defense attorneys have filed a motion notifying the court they plan to raise an insanity defense in the case.

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