More details in recent search warrants regarding Carina Saunders’ murder

More details in recent search warrants regarding Carina Saunders' murder

The other day, I posted about details released in recent search warrants filed by the OBSI in the murder of Carina Saunders. If you’ll recall, 19-year-old Carina Saunders was murdered in 2011. Her dismembered body was found in a duffle bag behind a store in Bethany, Oklahoma.

In my previous post, I mentioned that investigators were looking into a man by the name of Kyle Savage being a possible person of interest. Savage, allegedly messaged a friend of Carina’s saying “I’m going to bury you next to Carina.”

Now an additional Facebook conversation Savage is said to have had with a man who accused Savage of killing Carina has been released.

“You know what you did, dude,” the man told Savage. Savage reportedly responded to that message with “LOL.”

At one point, Savage allegedly said, “I know I’m so ashamed.”

Is this a smoking gun? It’s hard to say since two men were already arrested for Carina’s murder and let go. Not to mention there was another person of interest who was reportedly the last person to see Carina alive. However, this does seem pretty damning. Still. no arrests have been made and the OSBI is still offering a $10,000 reward for information that will help lead to the capture of Carina’s killer.

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2 thoughts on “More details in recent search warrants regarding Carina Saunders’ murder”

    1. It wasn’t a friend it was her cousin who she was very close to. They were basically sisters. It’s ridiculous that this hasn’t been solved. I can’t imagine the pain her family was, is, and will always be in. It’s an absolute tragedy.

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