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Miles Bench will stand trial in death of Braylee Henry

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STEPHENS COUNTY, Okla_The man accused of murdering a Velma teenager in June returned to court Tuesday, where a judge ruled he must stand trial for the killing.

21 year old Miles Bench has been charged with first degree murder in the brutal death of Braylee Henry. Bench was a clerk in a convenience store in Velma where Henry stopped in for a soda on June 6th.

Authorities found blood on the floor and later found her body in a remote wooded field, owned by Bench's grandparents.

Bench was found later that night, 130 miles away, driving Henry's car, covered in blood.  He has been behind bars since his arrest.

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