Oklahoma murder suspect returned from Montana
A man authorities say confessed to an unsolved slaying 25 years ago in Haskell County has been returned to Oklahoma from Montana.
STIGLER — A man authorities say confessed to a 25-year-old unsolved slaying in Haskell County has been returned to Oklahoma from Montana.
Clifford Eagle, 55, had been jailed in Billings, Mont., since April, when police there say he walked into their station and confessed to the long-unsolved shooting of former Haskell County Commissioner Leo Reasnor.
Reasnor, 49, was shot dead in June 1987 near some property he owned in Lequire.
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