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Oklahoma murder suspects arrested in Cleburne County

Joshua Finkbeiner (Source: Cleburne County Sheriff's Office) Joshua Finkbeiner (Source: Cleburne County Sheriff's Office)
Staci Harjo (Source: Clebune County Sheriff's Office) Staci Harjo (Source: Clebune County Sheriff's Office)
CLEBURNE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

Two people wanted in connection with an Oklahoma murder were arrested in Cleburne County.

According to the Cleburne County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) for the suspects who were believed to be in the area.

Deputies pulled over the suspects' vehicle and arrested three people without incident. One of the suspects had a small caliber handgun, according to the news release.

Two people in the vehicle were suspects in the Oklahoma murder. The sheriff's office identified the suspects as 30-year-old Joshua Finkbeiner of Morrilton and 42-year-old Staci Harjo of Oklahoma City, OK.

Finkbeiner and Harjo were wanted for questioning in the murder of a pregnant woman in Oklahoma.

After their arrests, they were turned over to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for questioning. After the interview, Finkbeiner and Harjo were charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

The third person in the vehicle was not identified in the news release.

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