Months after the body of an Oklahoma infant was found hidden in a closet drawer at a home near Morgantown, questions remain about her death.
The Morgan County Coroner’s Office has completed an autopsy on Oakley Snow and ruled her death as “unexplained murder”
Oakley May Snow, a one-year-old girl who went missing in January, died of complications from an “unexplained murder,” the Morgan County Coroner’s Office recently concluded after an autopsy. Police believe her mother’s boyfriend, Roan Waters, killed her and left her body in a drawer at an abandoned house near Morgantown. Oakley’s whereabouts remained unknown for weeks. Witnesses reportedly saw Marshall and Waters emerge from their home in Indianapolis carrying “something like a child wrapped in a blanket.” Investigators speculated that Oakley was probably dead at the time.
Marshall and her boyfriend Roan Waters were arrested and charged with kidnapping and murdering the girl
Marshall was guilty of neglecting a loved one to death neglecting a loved one to seriously injure him, aiding and abetting the murder of a murderer, ignoring a loved one, and ignoring a loved one indicted for negligence. Marshall led police to an abandoned house near Morgantown and found Oakley’s body in the bottom of a chest of drawers, according to court documents. Police believe she died on February 9. “This is one of the most difficult cases for the community and for investigators,” Police Chief Randall Taylor said in a statement.