Family hopes candles will lead missing Oklahoma City mom home
Police say Angela Biggers is dead. But her family holds out hope
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Call 297-1200 to report information on the case.
Banks was arrested Dec. 11 in Fort Worth, Texas, at a bus station. In an affidavit filed in Oklahoma County, police reported that a friend of Biggers found the front door kicked in at her home at 2326 NW 35.
Police state that in phone calls made after midnight Dec. 7 Banks told others, â€˜the only thing going for me is no body, no crime,â€ and that â€œsomething bad happened.â€
Monday, Capt. Patrick Stewart, Oklahoma City police spokesman, said there have been no new developments in the search for Angela Biggers since Banks was brought back to Oklahoma County from Texas.
Her car was found Dec. 13 at an apartment complex at SE 15 and High Avenue. The affidavit filed in Oklahoma County states Banks told a friend â€œshe won't be reporting anything stolen.â€
â€œI just wish they (police) had leads or something,â€ Jenea Biggers said. â€œYou never think you're going to be that family. You pray for others, but you never thought that it would be you.â€
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