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Arraignment Of Murder Suspect Kevin Sweat Delayed To July

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Ashley Taylor disappeared after telling her mother she was going to marry Sweat. Ashley Taylor disappeared after telling her mother she was going to marry Sweat.
OKEMAH, Oklahoma -

The man accused in the murders of two young Weleetka girls, will return to court July 10 in the first-degree murder case of his girlfriend last summer.

Kevin Sweat was scheduled to be arraigned in Okfuskee County Court Tuesday in the death of his girlfriend, Ashley Taylor.  It was continued until July 10, 2012.

Taylor was last seen in July of 2011 after telling a relative she and Sweat were going to Louisiana to get married. Sweat reportedly told authorities he cut Taylor's throat after she tried to kill herself and dumped her body in a lake in Henryetta.

5/22/2012 Related Story: Judge Rules Okfuskee County Murder Case Will Go To Trial

No body was ever found, and investigators said they later discovered human bones and glasses that matched Taylor's prescription in a burn pile on property owned by Sweat's father.

Sweat is also accused of killing Skyla Whitaker, 11, and Taylor Paschal Placker, 13, in 2008.

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