02-01-2014, 05:26 AM #1
OK - Bryan Co., WhtMale Skeletal, 40+, in rural area, Jan'14 - Roland Morris
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a resident found a skull in a rural area of Bryan County on Sunday...
Thursday, Bryan County Sheriff's deputies, OSBI agents, the Oklahoma Medical Examiners' Office and the Oklahoma Archeological Survey returned to the spot the skull was discovered to look for other remains. "Other remains were found," Brown said.
So far, the OSBI has determined the remains are that of a white male, 40 years of age or older and likely died between one and five years ago. The OSBI says the man's description doesn't match any missing person's reports in the area.
05-19-2016, 05:58 PM #2
Identified by DNA as Roland Morris:
The skull showed signs of trauma from what was possibly a “high velocity” injury caused by being struck in the head with an object, according to Haislip.
Haislip said the cause of death is suspicious but he cannot say with 100-percent certainty that it was a homicide.
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