Marquis Bullock, 19, is charged with first-degree murder of 13 year-old Cori Baker. Her remains were discovered last March after months of searching. His case goes to trial March 9th.
At the time of her disappearance there was a $5,000 reward for information leading to her body. Some people even heled pay for a psychic who was unable to locate her.
In an update from the Tulsa World it appears no-one is willing to pay the reward to the person who did.
Hundreds of people spent many hours over several months searching for Cori, and last December, the Bakers helped distribute fliers that said “a $5,000 reward has been offered for the person or persons who can give the exact location of her body.”
Her remains were ultimately found by a Jenks high school student.
When Zach Searle found Cori Baker’s skull in March at the Creek County paintball facility where he worked, he didn’t know that a reward had been offered for discovering her body.