Friday, December 10, 2010

Angela Biggers Daughters Searching for Their Mother Missing From Oklahoma City(FOUND)

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Angela Biggers has been missing since Monday, December 6. Her employee was the last person to see the 48-year-old.
Biggers hasn't shown up to work all week and her daughter said that's not like her.
"Everybody at the nursing home where she works is extremely worried about her because that's completely out of her character," said Jennifer Timberlake, Biggers daughter-in-law.
Detectives said they are hoping to talk to Biggers' boyfriend, 34-year-old Ronald Banks. They believe Banks may be able to provide critical information about Biggers' whereabouts.
"We would like to get in personal contact with him physically and speak with him again to find out about the timeline and hopefully he can assist us and give us the whereabouts of his girlfriend," said OKC Police Capt. Patrick Stewart.
Detectives said Banks may be driving Biggers' car. It's a Cobalt blue 2001 Ford Focus hatch back with the Oklahoma tag 617FYE.
The Biggers family can only wait and hope for the best while they search for their loved one.
"We're riding the streets, we're looking around. We're going anywhere and everywhere she might have been or might be, looking for anything you know," said Timberlake.
The family will also be passing out fliers to spread the word about their missing loved one.
Banks does have a criminal history. He has served prison time for shooting with intent to kill, burglary, and stealing a car. Banks was released from prison in August of 2009. He was also arrested by Moore police in May of 2010 for driving with a suspended license and joyriding.
Anyone with information about Biggers or Banks should call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.


Police Get Murder Warrant For Missing Woman's Boyfriend

December 11
Oklahoma City police said an arrest warrant has been issued for the boyfriend of a woman who has been missing since last Monday.

Police said they want to arrest Biggers' boyfriend, Ronald Seth Banks, 34, on suspicion of murder.

Detectives said they believe Banks may be able to provide critical information on the whereabouts of Biggers.

Missing OKC woman's boyfriend arrested 

December 12
Oklahoma City police believe Banks is involved in Biggers’ disappearance. Police obtained a warrant for his arrest Saturday, saying he was wanted on a murder complaint. Biggers hasn’t been found, but detectives have uncovered enough evidence to suspect Banks was involved in her death, Oklahoma City police Capt. Patrick Stewart said Saturday.

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Police Find Missing Woman's Car

December 13
Police said Biggers' car was found near the intersection of Southeast 15th Street and High Avenue on Monday morning. Police said Biggers' boyfriend, Ronald Seth Banks, 34, was arrested on a murder warrant in Texas late Saturday.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

Suspect In Disappearance Says 'Something Bad Happened'

December 13
Officers said Banks also called his family members and made repeated comments about "doing something stupid."
Police said he also told family members, "I didn't mean for it to happen."
Officers said Banks also told a family member, "It's all over the news."
Officers said the family member encouraged Banks to turn himself in, but Banks said he could not go back to prison and asked for money to leave town.
The family member told officers Banks then said, "'The only thing going for me is no body, no crime."
Family members told police they haven't heard from Banks since.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

Family hopes candles will lead missing Oklahoma City mom home

Police say Angela Biggers is dead. But her family holds out hope

December 21
Monday, Capt. Patrick Stewart, Oklahoma City police spokesman, said there have been no new developments in the search for Angela Biggers since Banks was brought back to Oklahoma County from Texas.

Her car was found Dec. 13 at an apartment complex at SE 15 and High Avenue. The affidavit filed in Oklahoma County states that Banks told a friend “she won’t be reporting anything stolen.”

“I just wish they (police) had leads or something,” Jenea Biggers said. “You never think you’re going to be that family. You pray for others, but you never thought that it would be you.”

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Grave Found In Norman; Could Be Tied To Biggers Case

January 27, 2011

Oklahoma City police say a shallow grave was found in the back yard of a home in Norman on Thursday.
It was found in the back yard of a home located in the 1100 block of Fountain Gate Court, police said. An Oklahoma City police spokesman said that detectives had recently received a tip that the body of Angela Biggers had been buried at this location.
Crews went to the scene, found no body but found a shallow grave. Police said those crews are in the process of excavating it.

Police Recover Remains From Norman Yard

January 28,2011

Police began digging in the yard Thursday afternoon after hearing a confession from murder suspect Ronald Banks.

According to News 9's sources, Banks told an investigator that he and Biggers were arguing in her car on Interstate 240. Banks said he strangled Biggers with a telephone cord then buried her body in the backyard of 1100 Fountain Gate Court in Norman.
Banks reportedly said he buried her there because he knew the house was vacant because he had friends who had lived there.
The remains will now be turned over to the medical examiner's office to be identified.

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