Posted: 2:47 PM Feb 12, 2010 EUFAULA, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says foul play is suspected in the death of a Eufaula woman whose body was found along U.S. Highway 69. Lt. George Brown says the body of 48-year-old Dana Rogers was found about 11:30 p.m. Thursday. Brown says investigators initially thought she was a victim of an auto-pedestrian hit-and-run. Brown says troopers now are considering the case as a possible homicide and that the woman was killed elsewhere and the body staged to look like a hit-and-run. Brown did not say what led investigators to change their initial assessment. http://www.kxii.com/oknews/headlines/84252102.html The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the death of a Longtown woman found by the side of the road may have been staged to look like a hit-and-run. The body of Dana Jolyne Rogers, 48, was found four miles north of Eufaula on U.S. 69 about 11:30 p.m. Thursday, Lt. George Brown, OHP spokesman, said Friday. One of Rogers best friends, Vicki Horner of Longtown, said it is a big mystery. We were texting each other last night the last text from her was at 9:39 p.m., Horner said. Investigators initially thought Rogers was a victim of an auto-pedestrian hit-and-run, Brown said. He said a trooper later questioned whether Rogers death was a possible homicide and believed she might have been killed elsewhere. Horner said she met with an OHP investigator Friday who told her he believed whatever happened to Rogers happened right there on the highway. Horton said Rogers sent her a text message to say that she and her son, James (in his mid-20s) and a friend (Heidi) were out having a good time last night. She seemed to be herself, Horton said. How she got to be all by herself on the highway I dont know. She said Rogers son James was in New Orleans this morning. He didnt know what happened to his mother and was trying to get back to Oklahoma, Horton said. http://www.muskogeephoenix.com/local/local_story_044004015.html ETA: Lt. George Brown a spokesman for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said more information may be released by the OHP on Monday. http://okiecountrynews.blogspot.com/2010/02/womans-body-found-along-highway-69.html Prayers for her friends & family. And I hope Oklahoma LE investigates & gets the perp....I wish I had more faith but the OK cases don't seem to get solved quickly, IMO.