TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma - The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Task Force is hoping the public can help locate family members for unsolved cases.

The task force is taking a closer look at 28 unsolved cases from across Tulsa County and says family members are important.

“Family members are essential,” TCSO spokesperson Casey Roebuck said. “The families are the ones these investigators are working to find answers for.”

Some of the cases being worked on are more than 30 years old, which is why it’s important the task force has up-to-date information on victims’ family members.

“It’s so important that we find additional family members to help us,” Roebuck said. “They can provide DNA samples and maybe able to give us important information about their family member.”

Families are asked to get in touch with Kimberly Nash at 918-596-5723 or knish@tcso.org.

Here’s a list of cases the task force is hoping to find family members for:

  • Lisa Ledbetter, Sept 5, 1982
  • Christina Miller, Jan 2, 1989
  • Lee Stebens, June 29, 1991
  • Rebecca Colley, Nov 1, 1991
  • Kim McVey, may 23, 1992
  • Jane Doe, unidentified body found 5700 N Harvard on Dec 10, 1992
  • Nola Baldwin, April 8, 1995
  • Kenneth Marshall, April 18, 1995
  • Rebekah Barrett, April 23, 1995
  • Edgar Eddington, Feb 5, 1997
  • Jose Gonzales, Jan 8, 1997
  • Todd Sanseverino, July 19, 1997
  • Martha Moore, May 14th, 1999
  • Alonzo Johnson, Oct 7, 1999
  • Russell Roberts, July 13, 2000
  • Tyrone Boxley, May 30, 2003
  • Lewis Parnosky, Sept 12, 2004
  • Tony B. Williams, Dec 4, 2005
  • Fredrick Wilson, April 22, 2008
  • Robert Vernon, April 7, 2010
  • Johnny Baker, Jan 26, 2011
  • DeAndre Dickerson, Jan 30, 2011
  • Thomas W. Martin, Jan 27, 2013