Reward hiked to $15K in Anadarko pastor’s killing

| September 1, 2009

State investigators have increased to $15,000 the reward being offered for information in the grisly slaying of a pastor at her small church in Anadarko.

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation inspector Steve Neuman said Tuesday the Caddo County Crimestoppers program added $5,000 to the reward.

Sixty-one-year-old Carol Daniels was discovered Aug. 23 inside the Christ Holy Sanctified Church with multiple gashes to her neck and throat, as well as stab wounds to her chest, back, stomach and hands.

Neuman says the OSBI has contacted an FBI profiler who is reviewing the case to help them develop leads on a possible suspect.

He says investigators currently have few leads and no suspects in Daniels’ killing.


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