Slain pastor’s mom asked about person in Chicago

| March 10, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY (WTW) — The mother of a pastor whose slaying inside her small church in Anadarko two-and-a-half years ago remains unsolved says Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents have recently asked her about a person in Chicago.

Charles Etta Dunlap of Oklahoma City told The Associated Press that investigators spoke to her in January.

"They asked for some information about someone in Chicago," said Dunlap, 83. She declined to elaborate and OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown said she can't comment on a specific suspect.

"We continue to get leads ad run them, run them in-state, out-of-state," Brown said. "This investigation has taken us both inside Oklahoma and outside Oklahoma.

"I really can't get into detail on any suspect," Brown said.

Daniels' body was found shortly after noon when a visitor to the church went to police after finding Daniels' car outside the church, but the door locked.

The scene inside the now demolished Christ Holy Sanctified Church was called "horrific" by then-District Attorney Bret Burns.

The autopsy report said Daniels had a gaping wound to her neck, her head was nearly severed, her hair set on fire and she had numerous stab wounds and cuts to her body. Investigators have said the killer took Daniels' clothing and sprayed a dissolving chemical around the body that can destroy DNA evidence.|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

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