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Autopsy reports of Jamison family inconclusive

By AMANDA BLAND - Tulsa World Modified: July 16, 2014 at 8:06 am •  Published: July 16, 2014
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The state Medical Examiner’s Office was unable to determine the cause and manner of death of two adults and their 6-year-old daughter whose bodies were found near Kinta in November, according to reports released on Tuesday.

The Jamisons — Sherrilyn Leighann, 40; Bobby Dale, 44; and Madyson Stormy Star, 6 — disappeared near the San Bois Mountains in southeastern Oklahoma in October 2009 while scouting land to purchase. The ME’s office recovered their bodies near Kinta in Latimer County late last year after hunters found the remains in a heavily wooded area.

Medical examiner Dr. Joshua Lanter’s opinion states in all three cases that no perimortem trauma, or trauma at or near the time of death, was detected. The manner of death on their autopsy reports is listed as unknown.

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