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Veronica Butler,Jilian Kelley Obituary, Bodies of 2 women killed amid Oklahoma custody battle were found in buried freezer

Veronica Butler,Jilian Kelley Obituary – Newly released search warrants reveal that the bodies of Veronica Butler, 27, and Jilian Kelley, 39, who disappeared during a drive between Kansas and Oklahoma, were found dead inside a buried freezer in a cattle pasture leased by one of the five suspects in their killings.

The search warrant states that the bodies were discovered when authorities were investigating a fresh pile of dirt on the property leased by Tad Cullum, one of the suspects. The court documents do not disclose the cause of death for Butler and Kelley. The suspects charged in the case include Tifany Adams, the grandmother of Butler’s children who shared custody with her, married couple Cole Twombly and Cora Twombly, and Paul Grice. According to court documents, Adams and Cullum, who are in a relationship, allegedly conspired with the Twomblys due to a custody battle between Butler and Adams.

The suspects are said to have known each other through an anti-government group with religious ties. The suspects have not yet entered pleas in the case, and CNN has reached out to their attorneys for comment. The two women went missing on March 30 while driving from Hugoton, Kansas, to Four Corners, Oklahoma, for Butler’s supervised visit with her children. Their abandoned vehicle was found near a highway in Texas County, where investigators discovered a bloody scene indicating a severe injury.

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