Human remains found in Tribbey, Oklahoma, are believed to be those of a missing Norman man, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
OSBI agents confirmed Thursday they have found skeletal remains at a dump in Tribbey. They believe the remains are those of 32-year-old Corey Maxwell, who had been missing for more than a month.
Agents have called in the Medical Examiner's office to help them identify the remains.
Norman police said on September 17, they received a missing person's report for Maxwell. The reporting party stated Maxwell had been missing since September 10.
Maxwell has a long criminal history including felony convictions for drugs, pointing a firearm, and possession of stolen property. He was just released from state prison last year.
OSBI investigators confirm they served a search warrant on a home in Moore on Thursday in connection with the discovery. Norman Police confirm they also served an arrest warrant on a Norman home in connection with the missing person's case. Right now, the OSBI has not named any suspects or persons of interests in this case.
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