Found Deceased OK - Britney Gomez, 26, Ada, 11 Feb 2018

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26-year-old Britney Gomez, also known as Britney Tiger or Britney Williams, has not been seen in two weeks. Britney’s sister called police Monday because she had not heard from her in a week.

Britney’s husband, William Gomez, told police he didn’t think much of it because Britney had left home before for several weeks and then returned; the reason he did not file a missing persons report. They went to sleep and he woke up about 3:30 a.m. on the 11th and she and all of her personal belongings were gone. Police believe Britney left on foot because she nor her husband have a car.

The day before Britney went missing, she talked to her mom and "told her mom that she was leaving her husband, and she texted back maybe an hour later and said she was fine, that she was having trouble with her phone, and since that time nobody’s heard from her.”

Britney often spends her time at casinos, and does have ties to Dallas and Oklahoma City.

Britney Gomez is described as a Native American female with black hair and brown eyes, 5’3″, and weighs approximately 118 pounds. She has multiple tattoos, including a prominent chest piece and upper back piece.

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http://cw39.com/2018/02/26/missing-oklahoma-woman-has-ties-to-dallas-police-say/
 

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The day before Britney went missing, she talked to her mom and "told her mom that she was leaving her husband, and she texted back maybe an hour later and said she was fine, that she was having trouble with her phone, and since that time nobody’s heard from her.”

That isn't a good sign.

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1578599775556237&id=144961645586731

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012007301317&ref=br_rs
https://www.facebook.com/britney.tiger.58?ref=br_rs
 

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Yep. Sounds odd.
 

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Yep. Way odd.

When it says Britney told her Mom she was leaving her husband, did she tell her over a text? Or a phone call? I think that is vital to know.

Also, it appears we have a friend of Britney's here on sleuths. I hope they will join us, become a VI and share with us what she can.

The husband didn't report her missing?... That's all I can say.
 

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perhaps alluding to high risk lifestyle? which is something we always looks at when women this age go missing it seems...
 

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Investigation into Gomez death, disappearance treated as a homicide
http://www.stwnewspress.com/oklahom...cle_b3d5f494-231d-5d21-89ca-f9cc4666234d.html
ADA, Okla. — Police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the disappearance and death of 26-year-old Ada resident Britney Gomez.

“We’re treating it as a homicide,” Ada Police Detective Brian Engel said Friday. “Given the circumstances, and that she was found deceased out in a wooded area, we’re treating the investigation as a homicide at this time.”

Ada Public Information Director Lisa Bratcher said Gomez’s body was discovered by a rancher checking on his cattle March 16 near the Kullihoma Reservation east of Ada.

“She was decomposed, so she had definitely been there for several weeks,” Bratcher said.

Gomez’s husband told police she went missing in the early morning hours Feb. 11. Eight days later, Gomez’s sister called the police to report that she had not seen or heard from her sister in more than a week.

Engel said upon receiving the missing-person report, Ada police officers went to Gomez’s home to conduct a welfare check. There, they interviewed Gomez’s husband, William.

“Initially, he said he didn’t think there was a detective on duty, and that’s why he didn’t call,” Engel said.

Engel said during a subsequent interview, William’s explanation for not calling police Feb. 11 changed.

William later told police he didn’t think much of Gomez’s disappearance because she had a history of leaving home and being gone for weeks at a time before returning. He then told police that was the reason he did not file a missing-person report at the time of her disappearance.

William told police that Gomez took a couple of hoodies and a bag of makeup when she left. He said he woke up around 3:30 a.m. Feb. 11 and discovered she was gone.

Ada detectives said Gomez told her mother around 11 p.m. the night before her disappearance that she was leaving her husband.

“She texted her mom and said, ‘I need a break from Will, I’m going to go to my sister’s house in Texas,’” Engel said. “Then she sent another text message to her mom about an hour later saying she was fine, that she was having trouble with her phone. That was the last anyone heard of her.”

Police are not commenting on the state or nature of the scene where Gomez’s body was found, nor will they say whether they suspect foul play was involved, Bratcher said. The condition of the area where the body was found is part of the puzzle investigators are trying to piece together.

Pontotoc County sheriff’s deputies and Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents conducted the investigation of the scene where Gomez’s body was found. Ada police investigators are assisting OSBI with the investigation into Gomez’s death and are conducting their own investigation into her disappearance.

Investigators are not ruling out the possibility of foul play.

Police are asking anyone who has information about Gomez’s disappearance or the circumstances surrounding her body being found near Kullihoma to contact Detective Brian Engel at (580) 436-6300, extension 212, or to report the information anonymously by calling CrimeStoppers at 580-33-CATCH.

“We’d appreciate any information available,” Engel said.
 

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As for foul play: [FONT=&quot]“We’re treating it as a homicide,” Ada Police Detective Brian Engel said Friday. “Given the circumstances, and that she was found deceased out in a wooded area, we’re treating the investigation as a homicide at this time.”

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Ada detectives said Gomez told her mother around 11 p.m. the night before her disappearance that she was leaving her husband.
 

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Is this the same girl? The last name is different, story is the same and photos seem look the same.
Sister fights for justice after Britney Tiger’s body found in remote Oklahoma reserve

Yes, that is her. Tiger was given as an alternate last name for her. Here are some quotes from the article:

According to the Ada Police Department and Jessica, Britney’s husband Will didn’t seem to share the same desperation to find Britney. Authorities told Dateline that Will said he wasn’t worried that Britney was missing because, he told them, Britney commonly left for weeks at a time. For that reason, Will told investigators, when Britney disappeared, he carried on with his own routine and even felt comfortable leaving the city for a period of time. Britney’s sister Jessica disputes Will’s claim that Britney often left for weeks at a time without telling anyone.
“The Ada Police Department received information that Gomez traveled to the Shawnee, Oklahoma area after [Britney] was missing, allegedly to visit his father who lives in that area – to do some work there with him,” Det. Engel told Dateline.
“[Will] claimed to be mad at her for ‘leaving unannounced,’” Jessica said. “So he went and worked in Oklahoma City.” Neither Jessica nor the Ada Police Department knows what kind of work Will was allegedly doing there.
Will Gomez did not respond to Dateline’s request for comment on this report.

“She never went anywhere without Will,” Jessica told Dateline. “He was always right by her side. That’s why we found it strange that when she first went missing, he didn’t ever ask to see if she was at our house.”
Sister fights for justice after Britney Tiger’s body found in remote Oklahoma reserve

Sounds like a familiar story. :mad::(
I hope there will be Justice someday soon.
 

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