Oklahoma Families Desperate For Answers Years After Loved Ones Disappeared


Thursday, October 22nd 2020, 6:48 pm
By: Lori Fullbright


Northeastern Oklahoma -

Angie Tucker vanished without a trace in 2007 from her mother's Tulsa home.

Her family fears they'll never know what happened to her because the prime suspect in her disappearance is now dead.

"It's just the not knowing if she's dead or alive or where she's at or where she could be," said Jason Tucker, Angie's brother.

The 34-year-old mother of two was in an on-again-off-again relationship with Allen Shields. Angie disappeared a couple of weeks after filing a protective order against Shields, accusing him of rape. Detectives believe she was murdered and they thought Shields was involved. He killed himself during a standoff with officers in 2011, perhaps taking with him the answers about what happened to Angie.

"Help me find my sister. Give our family closure so that we can at least bury her," Tucker said.

Justin Cobb was a family man from Broken Arrow who was married with three step-children. On August 10th, 2013, Justin didn't show up for work at Mullin Plumbing. Then nearly one week later, his work van was found in a field near Haskell. His wallet, his laptop, and clothes were all found near the van, but there's never been any sign of Justin.

"Justin's a kind, tenderhearted man who will give anything to you," said Margaret Cobb, Justin's aunt.

Peggy McGuire disappeared just 11 days before her 30th birthday, in November of 2015. She was last seen dropping her son off at school in Eufaula. Her pick-up truck was found abandoned in the bar parking lot. Police found traces of blood on the couch on the back porch of the home she shared with her son's father, but no other clues to her disappearance. Peggy's mom doesn't believe her daughter is alive, but she's desperate for some answers and peace.

"Devastating, awful feeling. Not knowing where she's at. It's been nothing but a nightmare," said Betty Davis, Peggy's mother.

To report a tip about a missing persons case, call 918-772-7568 or email coldcase@osbi.ok.gov