OSBI Offers Reward For Information In Wister Woman's Death
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is hoping a $5,000 reward will push someone to reveal new information about the death of 23-year-old Jody Rilee-Wilson.
A paraglider found Wilson's body on May 8, 2009, while flying above Runestone State Park near Heavener in LeFlore County. The next day, her husband, Donald "Bo" Wilson reported his wife missing to Wister Police.
Wilson's parents told police they last spoke with her by phone on May 5. A month later on June 8, 2009, Wilson's vehicle was found in the parking lot of a restaurant in Henryetta.
The State Medical Examiner could not determine how Wilson died because of decomposition to her body. The OSBI is hoping the $5,000 reward will help develop new leads in the case. If it's determined Wilson's death is a homicide, the reward will be given if the information leads to an arrest and conviction.
Wilson's parents, Jim and Stacy Rilee, are also offering a $30,000 reward for information about their daughter's death.
Anyone with information on this case is urged to call the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.