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Seminole County murder suspects nabbed at border

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Michael Kelough of Seminole was found dead in his vehicle on April 2, 2019. (File/Seminole PD/Facebook) Michael Kelough of Seminole was found dead in his vehicle on April 2, 2019. (File/Seminole PD/Facebook)

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. -- Two suspects in a Seminole County murder case were arrested at the Mexico border Thursday afternoon while trying to leave the country.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Seminole residents Coker Dean Barker, 32, and 27-year-old Anastacia Little were identified as suspects in the death of Mickel Kelough.

Kelough, 43, was found dead in his vehicle in rural Seminole County on Tuesday.

Barker and Little were apprehended 560 miles away in Laredo, Texas, after Customs and Border Patrol agents matched their vehicle's license plate with a crime database.

They are being held in Webb County, Texas, on first degree murder arrest warrants.

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