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If you have information on any of the cases or fugitives presented on this web site, you may contact the OSBI by using� the email link OSBI Tipline. All submissions will be kept confidential.�


Benito Jesus Fausto
Wanted: Benito Jesus Fausto

�Law enforcement officers need your help in obtaining information leading to the apprehension of Benito Frausto who has been charged with Murder in the April 2004 death of Julian Hernandez in Stillwell, Oklahoma. Julian Hernandez's brother, Gabriel Hernandez, age 18, is also missing under suspicious circumstances Frausto's mother lives in Siloam Springs, Arkansas and he has a girlfriend and son in Stillwell, Oklahoma. Frausto frequently uses aliases and is known to have friends and relatives in Missouri.

Contact Adair County Sheriff's Department 918-696-2610 or the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation 1-800-522-8017.

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Benny Joe McCoy
Wanted: Benny Joe McCoy

White Male

Age 51

6'4"����� 260#

Gray/Partially Gray Hair

Anyone with information on this individual may call the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017

Sketch of Dibble Homicide Suspect
Wanted Dibble Man

OSBI Forensic Artist Harvey Pratt has drawn a sketch of the suspect wanted in the homicide of a Dibble man.� Pratt drew the sketch based off a witness description.� The witness spotted the man in the victim’s vehicle October 14th, 2006.� That car was found abandoned off of Interstate 40 near MacArthur.� OSBI has processed the vehicle for evidence. The suspect is described as a white male in his 50s who stands about 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds, with salt and pepper collar length long hair.� He also has a beard and mustache.� He was wearing blue jeans and white tennis shoes at the time.

Anyone who recognizes this person is urged to contact either the McClain County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 527-2141 or the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.�