Search For Missing Weatherford Teen Leads to Homicide Arrests
Gilberto Paz, 37, suspect in homicide investigation and the disappearance of Jaray Mickell Wilson.
Curtis Southerland, arrested earlier today for a homicide investigation.
A 16-year-old girl has been missing since Oct. 15th and authorities searching for her have arrested two men in conjunction with a homicide investigation.
Curtis Southerland and Gilberto Paz, 37, were served with arrest warrants for the homicide of Jonathon Kyle Patton.
According to Mark Woodward, Spokesman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, the two have not been ruled out as suspects for the disappearance of 16-year-old Jaray Mickell Wilson.
"While following up on leads in the case, our Agents, along with the Custer County Sheriff's Department, Weatherford Police Department, and Oklahoma City Police Department, developed information leading to two suspects in the September 10th, 2012 homicide of Jonathon Kyle Patton in far southeast Oklahoma County," said Woodward.
Wilson has been missing from Weatherford since Oct. 15. She is a white female, 5'2" and weighing about 95 lbs. She has green eyes, black hair with a blonde streak on the left side and three piercing's on her bottom lip.
"We will continue to work tirelessly to find Jaray or other human trafficking victims in our state" said Darrell Weaver, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics director.
According to the report, Wilson is being held against her will or has been sold into human trafficking in Oklahoma City.