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The boyfriend of a missing Oklahoma city teenager was arrested Thursday night in connection with her death, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI).
Del City Police have arrested Tanner, Washington, may 24, in the first-degree murder of 17-year-old, Faith, Lindsey, who was last seen on Oct. 28 and reported missing days later.
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The 17-year-old, Faith, Lindsey, was last seen on Oct. 28 and was reported missing on November 4 by members of her family.
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Lindsey’s sister, the Justice department, told Dateline earlier this month that the 17-year-old had been living with the Washington’s in Paul’s Valley, and he worked at a local Sonic restaurant.
“[Washington’s] texted me Monday night to say that he doesn’t find her lack of freaking out,” the Justice said, according to KFOR.
After that, she received a disturbing text, the ministry of Justice, told the outlet she’s received a strange text messages from her sister’s phone. She said that the messages claimed to be, Lindsey was a person who would not take her in the house, and that she could not ride with him.
“They had a spelling error and a lot of the things in the night, and in the Faith [Lindsey], they have a very good punctuation and grammar, and that it just wasn’t for her,” the Justice said, according to the outlet. “They kept trying to get me to call with a lot of it, but hang up as soon as I answered.”
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Del City Police have arrested Tanner, Washington, 24, on Thursday night in the first-degree murder of 17-year-old, Faith, Lindsey.
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Washington reportedly told a friend, the Faith is gone, when they were shot and killed at the end of the month. He is reported to have told the police that he dropped Lindsey off at the office, but she wasn’t there when he returned a few hours later. The employees said that they would never show up.
“He told me that he had received a text message that she had been shot,” said Seminole County Undersheriff Matt Haley, according to KFOR. “The more we talked with him, the more his story began to fall apart, as far as what was going on.”
He was charged in November with the false reporting of a crime and obstruction of an officer, before the authorities said that they had determined that he was a big part of Lindsey’s disappearance.
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The OSBI is offering a 5,000 reward for information that leads to the body. Anyone with information is asked to contact the OSBI at (800) 522-8017.