Update: Freeman/Bible murders *Ronnie Dean Busick pled guilty, sentenced to 10 years in prison*

Victims
Kathy Freeman
Danny Freeman
Ashley Freeman
Lauria Bible

Danny & Kathy Freeman murder 12/30/1999 Welch, OK *Their daughter, Ashley Freeman, and her friend, Lauria Bible, are still missing and presumed dead; Still unsolved*
Affidavit yields possible clue in hunt for girls’ remains
What we know about the three men accused in case of Oklahoma girls missing since 1999
Graphic Polaroids Lead to Arrest of Man Accused of 1999 Abduction and Murder of 2 Oklahoma Girls
Man jailed in Harvey County charged in Oklahoma cold case
Murder charges filed in 18-year-old Oklahoma abduction case
DA details “horrific” last days of girls abducted in 1999 as suspect is charged
Busick offered “immunity and reward money” in Welch case
18 years later, finally answers: How investigators solved the murders of 2 Welch girls
DA: Search to continue on Tuesday in Picher for remains of Welch girls missing since Dec. 1999
Trial to determine competency of man charged in 4 deaths
Jurors find Ronnie Busick competent to stand trial
Welch Girls Murder Suspect Back In Court
Suspect’s old gunshot injury cited as concern in Freeman-Bible murders case
Defendant enters guilty plea in Welch girls disappearance
Investigator in Welch murder case says Ronnie Busick is incapable of giving up more tips
Missing Welch Girls: Man sentenced to 10 years in prison in girls’ disappearance
‘He’s an evil man’: Ronnie Busick sentenced for his role in missing Welch girls case
Man Sentenced in ‘Hell in the Heartland’ Case After He Failed To Lead Investigators To Teen Best Friends’ Remains
Wikipedia: Murders of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman

Defendants
Ronnie Dean Busick – charged
Warren Philip Welch II – died 2007
David A. Pennington – died 2015

INMATE INFORMATION

Offender Name: BUSICK, RONNIE DEAN
Custody Status: In Custody
Age: 69
Location: Craig County Sheriff’s Office
Race: White
Contact Facility:
Offender ID: 64933
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 09/04/1951

One Response

  1. Finally, justice prevails. What happened to the Freeman family was really tragic.

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