Tulsa County Sheriff Identifies Human Remains Found In Turley As 76-Year-Old Jack Grimes

Beverly Cantrell - November 2, 2021 1:50 pm

TULSA, Oklahoma – 

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office has identified human remains found in Turley on Sunday.

Investigators identified the remains as 76-year-old Jack Grimes who has been missing since October 22. Grimes was last seen with Dewayne Selby as they were supposed to be heading to Forth Worth for a horse show. Selby and his mother Glenda Parton are still missing.

Authorities say that this case will be investigated as a homicide. Hunters found the remains Sunday morning in a wooded area near 61st Street and North Xanthus Avenue.

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) says the Medical Examiners office identified the remains as 76-year-old Jack Grimes (right) and it has been ruled a homicide. The remains were found by hunters on Sunday.

Jack has been been missing for 10 days now and was last seen with Dewayne Selby as they were supposed to be heading to Forth Worth for a horse show. Selby and his mother Glenda Parton are still missing.

TCSO says Grimes, Selby, and Parton were all involved in the horse business together.

TCSO will continue the search today.

 

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