OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma investigators say they had "specific information" on where to look before digging up the remains of an infant tied to an incest case.
"Investigators had specific information on where to look," Jessica Brown, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, told The (Oklahoma City) Oklahoman.
The Kansas City (Mo.) Star said Tuesday the remains found over the weekend are believed to one of three children born to a Missouri man and his own teenage daughter that have been found on a farm across the Oklahoma state line.
Danial Rinehart, 49, Harrisonville, Mo., is believed to have impregnated his daughter four times a few years ago. Only a 3-year-old son survived.
Rinehart and his wife are due in a Missouri court next week to face charges that include second-degree murder.
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