A year later: Investigation into Noble girl's death continues The state medical examiner's office has backed off its conclusion that Stephanie Wilcoxson, 11, committed suicide in December 2009, by overdosing on methadone. The medical examiner now lists the manner of death as unknown. NOBLE Just days before Christmas 2009, an 11-year-old girl wearing a purple T-shirt with a butterfly design ingested enough methadone to cause her death. A Christmas Eve autopsy concluded Stephanie Wilcoxson committed suicide. --- Stephanie was born May 12, 1998, to Darrell and Janice Wilcoxson, who had married in 1992. Stephanie grew up in Noble, a city of 5,900 people just south of Norman. On July 3, 2005, Darrell Wilcoxson, 41, committed suicide in the family home. Stephanie was 7. Both Janice and Darrell Wilcoxson had battled drug addiction, Don Wilcoxson said. After Darrell's death, Janice continued the struggle, using methadone to fight her addiction. --- Stephanie's body was decomposed and she was wearing a purple T-shirt with a butterfly designed print on the front, according to the autopsy report. Stephanie's death was caused by acute methadone intoxication. When officers arrived, Janice Wilcoxson was mentally disturbed and said Stephanie had committed suicide, according to a Noble police report. --- In September, the OSBI assured us it was still open and that's all, Kay Wilcoxson said. Don Wilcoxson added: We watch the news every night and there's so cotton-pickin' many deaths and suicides and murders and all this kind of stuff that we just don't know how they're treating ours. the rest, at http://newsok.com/a-year-later-inve...article/3525169?custom_click=lead_story_title Justice coming? Ah - gentle reader, it's in the OSBI's hands now, and followers of that OK agency can guarantee nothing, based on past performance or lack thereof.