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Autopsy: homicide in missing Oklahoma girl case

WEATHERFORD, Okla. (AP) _ An autopsy on a missing teenager whose skeletal remains were discovered last December in a shallow grave near Weatherford show she died from two apparent gunshot wounds to the head.

JaRay Wilson was 16 when she disappeared in 2012 and authorities said at the time they feared she may have been sold into human trafficking.

The autopsy released Wednesday by the state medical examiner's office says two apparent gunshot wounds were found in Wilson's skull and that the manner of death is homicide.

Prosecutors have filed first-degree murder charges against 19-year-old Tucker McGee in Wilson's death. A probable cause affidavit filed Dec. 20 in Custer County alleges McGee shot Wilson with a .22 caliber pistol.

A message left with McGee's attorney seeking comment was not immediately returned Wednesday.

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