OSBI Agents, Police Serve High-Risk Warrant In Holdenville


Wednesday, May 15th 2013, 6:15 pm
By: News 9


Emergency personnel amassed, Wednesday afternoon, to serve a high-risk warrant at a home in Holdenville that was thought might hold clues in connection to a working missing person's case.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation confirmed that Holdenville Police, along with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol tactical team and OSBI agents are also on the scene of a home located at 1000 S. Broadway Ave. in Holdenville.

Investigators are working to find clues in the case of 33-year-old Eric Stephens, who was reported missing by family on Tuesday.

The OSBI says the house with which the high-risk warrant is being served is the home of a person of interest who may know the whereabouts of the missing man.

At of 6 p.m. agents made entry into the residence and determined that no one was home. OSBI agents plan to spend the evening searching for evidence of the missing man.

OSBI agents and Holdenville Police will continue to gather information on the possible whereabouts of Stephens, and will work to determine if foul play was indeed involved in his disappearance.

The District 22 Narcotics Task Force is also assisting with the investigation.