Wednesday, October 26, 2011


OKLAHOMA detectives have asked the FBI for help in profiling the killer responsible for the grisly dismemberment slaying of Carina Saunders, 19. Her dismembered corpse was found stuffed in a duffel bag behind a grocery store Oct. 13. So far, the case has baffled cops because Saunders had no job and no fixed address. An earlier person of interest was cleared.
Deputy Chief John Reid: "We don't have any named suspects right now." But a spokesman for the G-men said the agency has asked local cops to provide it with evidence and other information they have developed to help create a psychological profile of possible suspects as well as leads and investigative techniques that might help solve the case. The unit also developed profiles of possible suspects in other high-profile Oklahoma cases: the June 8, 2008, deaths of Taylor Paschal-Placker, 13, and Skyla Whitaker, 11, near Weleetka and the Aug. 23, 2009, death of the Rev. Carol Daniels, 61, at a church in Andadarko in southern Oklahoma. No arrests have been made in either case. MORE ON CARINA SAUNDERS

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