Woman’s remains identified

Ponca City Now - May 13, 2015 11:09 am

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has identified the skeletal remains of a Creek County woman.

Kimberly Davis, 45, was reported missing Feb. 24 by her father. He contacted the Creek County Sheriff’s Office, which then called in the OSBI. The remains were found two days later.

An OSBI forensic analyst extracted DNA from the remains and compared it to DNA from Davis’ father. A match is now confirmed.

Jimmy Moser, 29, has been charged with her murder. He currently sits in the Osage County jail on a separate murder complaint.

 

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