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Commissioners meeting minutes

November 4, 2011

ACTION OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

The Board of County Commissioners, LeFlore County, State of Oklahoma, met in a Regular Business
Meeting on October 31, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. with Chairman Lance Smith presiding. Also present were Vice-Chairman Derwin Gist, Member Cebern Scott, County Clerk Kelli Ford and Assistant District Attorney Marion Fry.

The following action was taken by the board:

(1.) Chairman Lance Smith called meeting to order.

County Public Buildings to meet Monday - Agenda

November 4, 2011

NOTICE AND AGENDA OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE
TRUSTEES OF THE LEFLORE COUNTY PUBLIC BUILDINGS AUTHORITY

NOVEMBER 4, 2011
PURSUANT TO THE OKLAHOMA OPEN MEETING ACT (25 O.S. SEC. 301, et seq.), NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT THE TRUSTEES OF THE LEFLORE COUNTY PUBLIC BUILDINGS AUTHORITY, LEFLORE
COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, HAVE SCHEDULED A REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING ON NOVEMBER 7, 2011 AT 8:45 A.M. AT THE LEFLORE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 100 SOUTH BROADWAY, POTEAU, OKLAHOMA.

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KELLI FORD, COUNTY CLERK/
SECRETARY TO THE BOARD

Search for remains continues

November 4, 2011

The LeFlore County District Attorney's office announced at a press conference this morning that the remains of an infant child have not yet been found. This three day search stems from an ongoing investigation regarding a child abuse probe and other allegations near Monroe. A forensic anthropologist with the State Coroner's office and a cadaver dog are being used to assist in the search. Further details could not be released at this time.

LeFlore County D.A.'s office schedules special press conference this morning

November 4, 2011

The LeFlore County District Attorney's office has called a press conference for 10 a.m. this morning in reference to the case about two parents facing charges of child abuse and the search for the remains of an infant child in LeFlore County.

Authorities search for infant remains

November 4, 2011

BY KIM ROSS

Investigators for the LeFlore County District Attorney's Office have spent the last two days searching for the remains of an infant they discovered was buried on the property of a husband and wife charged with child neglect following an investigatio into possible child abuse. They are still searching this morning.

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