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Sheriff Says Reports Of Threats Against Witnesses Are Untrue

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    The Craig County Oklahoma sheriff is quelling reports of threats against the witnesses in the investigation of the disappearance of two Oklahoma teens more than 18 years ago.
     Sheriff Heath Winfrey said the allegations of "warning shots" being fired in a threat against a witness aren't true. The allegations are in connection to the case involving Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible.
    The teenagers disappeared in 1999 following the killings of Ashley Freeman's parents Danny and Kathy Freeman. The girls' bodies were never found.
      Winfrey says the false allegations could intimidate and discourage people with knowledge of the teens "from sharing what they know with investigators." 
     Ronnie Dean Busick was charged last week with four counts of first-degree murder in the case. Two other suspects in the case have died.

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