Cadaver dogs search more areas in Turley murders as investigation continues

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By John Dobberstein, Editor

The Tulsa County Sheriff's Department said cadaver dog searches were carried out Thursday as they continue to seeks tips in the murder of Jack Grimes and the disappearances of Dwayne Selby and Glenda Parton.

The dogs searched key areas linked to the murder investigation of Grimes, 76, of Turley, Jack's friend Selby, 59,  and Parton, Selby's 80-year-old mother.

Two cadaver dogs from Oklahoma Task Force 1 searched the areas of:

  • Highway 75 near 56th Street North, where Glenda Parton’s red, Kia Rio was found abandoned on October 26th, 2021.
  • The area of Mohawk Park where Jack Grimes’ maroon, Ford Taurus was found abandoned on October 28th. 2021.
  • The wooded area near 59th Place North and N. Xanthus where Grimes’ remains were found on November 1, 2021.

While today’s search yielded no significant leads in the case, investigators are asking anyone who may have witnessed anyone leaving the scene of where the victims’ vehicles were left, or the scene where Jack’s remains were found, to please come forward and talk with them.

They are also asking anyone with surveillance cameras or trail cams in these areas to please check them for potential evidence.

A tip line has been established for this case: 918-596-8836 or email: tips@tcso.org.

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