ACCORDING TO MUSKOGEENOW.COM A woman’s bones were found in a culvert or sewer outside a yellow house at the corner of Turner and Cook streets. “Your sins are going to find you out,” Sheriff Charles Pearson said at the scene. “We have located the remains of woman who has been missing for years. “We have human bones, the medical examiner is here doing the pathology, then the painstaking work of removing her and returning her remains to the family.” One suspect is in custody. The find was the result of a long investigation by Muskogee police and sheriff’s departments. Police won’t release the names of the suspect or the victim until the victim’s family is notified. Jeffrey Joseph Grannon of Muskogee is the suspect, according to family members who called MuskogeeNOW. The victim may have been Carol Lynn Grannon, who was 36 when she went missing in March of 1998, according to Web searches. Police would not comment on the suspect or the victim’s identities.