UPDATE: Brian McMahon was arrested and charged with first-degree murder for the death of his girlfriend Roxie Faizy.
investigators went through cell phone records and determined both Roxie and Brian were in their home at the same time. “Roxy’s phone shut off, Brian left, and Roxie, she was never heard from again.” said authorities.
Authorities add that information gathered from google places McMahon at the creek outside of Valliant where Faizy’s body was found. “It showed Brian going to the crime scene the day before Roxy was killed on January 24. It then shows him coming back and revisiting the crime scene,” said Black reports ArklaTex.
Original Post: Roxie Faizy, 56, has been missing since January 25, 2019 from McCurtain County in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and the authorities have stated she was found deceased on Monday.
Faizy was found near Valliant about 25 miles west of Broken Bow in a creek. Two people walking by a creek near Valiant found her body around 7:30 p.m. on Monday. Her wrists had zip ties around them. ArkLaTex homepage.com stated there was also a chain around her waist.
The family of Roxy Lenora Phillips Faizy, 56, had offered a $10,000 reward to find her. Before she went missing she was stopped by the Broken Bow police for speeding, reports the media. An officer’s body cam footage captured her on video (see video below).
“She didn’t look like she was in distress, she looked normal,” said McCurtain County Detective Devin Black, who said he’s spent hundreds of hours on Faizy’s case. “She vanished. This day and age, it’s hard to just absolutely vanish.”
Fraizy visited a tanning salon the day she went missing. The last call she made was approximately at 4:05 p.m. and it hit a tower, or pinged off a tower in Broken Bow,” Black said.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said a homicide investigation is underway.