OSBI Offers Reward in Okemah 2012 Homicide Case

Beverly Bryant - March 12, 2018 11:19 am

 

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is renewing a reward in a homicide case in Okemah, hoping the money will encourage someone with knowledge of the crime to come forward.

On October 14, 2012, Floyd Marvin Osborne, Jr. was found with multiple stab wounds inside a house at 321 South 4th Street in Okemah. EMTs transported the 28-year-old to the Creek Nation Hospital in Okemah, where he died. An autopsy determined Osborne died of multiple sharp force wounds.

The Okemah Police Department requested OSBI special agents assist with the homicide. Since that time, agents have conducted numerous interviews and collected possible evidence. The OSBI is offering up to a $5,000 reward for information on this case.

If you have information, please contact the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017 or email [email protected] OSBI offered the same reward last November. By law, OSBI rewards expire after 90 days.

Osborne’s case is highlighted in the OSBI Cold Case Playing Cards as the 3 of diamonds.

 

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