TULSA, Okla. – Authorities say three people have been arrested and are facing murder charges related to the disappearance of a Tulsa man.
On Thursday, police say human remains were found while they were searching for 23-year-old Courtney Palmer.
Palmer was reported missing around Nov. 10 after investigators say he was a witness to a shooting at an apartment complex.
Sgt. Dave Walker, with the Tulsa Police Department, say they received information that Palmer had been killed and his body was taken to Muskogee County.
According to FOX 23, officers arrested Gerald Lowe, Michaela Riddle and Jeannette Thomas. They are all facing charges of murder, kidnapping and desecration of a body.
So far, officials have not positively identified the remains found in Muskogee County.