OSBI Ups Reward In Cherokee County Murder


Thursday, December 25th 2008, 4:31 pm
By: News On 6


News On 6

UNDATED -- The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says they have new leads in the case of a Cherokee county couple found dead last Christmas.

That is after the reward was doubled for any information regarding the case.

It was Christmas day last year Jack and Elaine Denney were found dead in their home near Locust Grove.

OSBI was offering a $5,000 reward for information, but now the reward is up to $10,000.

The agency says dozens of people have been interviewed during the investigation, but so far, no suspects have been identified.