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Adair County Unsolved Cases​

On December 4, 2017, law enforcement officers from the Stilwell Police Department, Adair County Sheriff’s Department, Cherokee Nation Marshal’s Office, Westville Police Department, U.S. Attorney’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office, met to discuss unsolved area missing persons cases. They discussed details of each investigation and formulated new strategies to hopefully solve the cases.

District 27 District Attorney Jack Thorp and the law enforcement agencies of Adair County are committed to solving major crimes, no matter how long ago they occurred. To assist in their quest to find answers for victims’ families, District 27 deploys all of the weapons in its arsenal, including a seasoned OSBI special agent who contributes her vast expertise to help coordinate resources and uncover new evidence and testimony.

Thorp and his team also capitalize on the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Multicounty Grand Jury, which has the power to compel testimony that local law enforcement doesn’t have.

If you have any information about the following cases, you can make an anonymous call to the Adair County Cold Case/Missing Persons Anonymous Tipline at (918) 772-7568.

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If you have information about any major crimes in Adair County, drop us a line.

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Call the OSBI at (800) 522-8017, or the District 27 District Attorney's tipline at (918) 772-7568.

District 27 Unsolved

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Dennis Morrison

Missing since September 1999

Dennis Morrison disappeared around September, 1999. He was last known to be driving a gray Oldsmobile Delta 88. Morrison’s vehicle has never been recovered. Police believe Morrison was murdered.

The photo to the right shows scarring to Morrison’s jaw from a prior gunshot wound. Anyone with information about Morrison’s whereabouts can make an anonymous call to the DA’s hotline at (918) 772-7568.

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Sherryl Lynn Jacquot

Missing from Stilwell since July 3, 1999

Sherryl Lynn Jacquot was 43 years old when she was last seen in Stilwell in Adair County. She’s 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 120 to 130 pounds, has brown eyes, black or red hair and has two tattoos — a lightning bolt on her left forearm and a pair of wings on her left hip. Her last contact with family members was by phone, when she said she was somewhere near Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Sherryl was known to drive a small off-white Datsun pick-up which has not been recovered. The Adair County Sheriff’s Office was called to investigate Jacquot’s disappearance in January 2000. Authorities have ruled her disappearance as suspicious and they suspect foul play. They’re asking for anyone with information to contact the DA’s Hotline anonymously.

Jackie Wayne Urich

Missing since about July 9, 1998

Jackie Urich disappeared around July 9, 1998. He was last known to be driving a red Ford Ranger, which authorities found  wrecked in Okfuskee County on July 21, 1998. A man and two women were inside the truck when it crashed. Urich was not.

Foul play is suspected in Urich’s disappearance.

Investigators are asking for anyone with information on the people from the truck to contact the DA’s Hotline at (918) 772-7568.