- Ada, Oklahoma

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July 4, 2013

Coal County sheriff re-opens case


Coalgate —

“We’re throwing all our resources into this case,” Jump said. 

“A crime that’s been committed in this jurisdiction doesn’t just go away,” Johnson said.

“We’ve got a lot of family members of Kevin Farris who are still in this community and they want closure,” Johnson said.

 Jump asks anyone who has information about this case to call the Coal County Sheriff’s Office at 580-927-2121.

“With it being 14 years, the news came as quite a shock,” said Justin Farris, a half-brother to Kevin Farris, speaking on behalf of the family. “But we have faith in the current administration to bring closure.”



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