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Accused Phony Kidnapping Victim Back In Texoma

The woman accused of duping her fiance and Oklahoma Law Enforcement is back in Texoma. Tiffiny Bray, 39, appeared in a Comanche County District Court Thursday. Prosecutors said she disappeared July 19th with her fiance's pickup truck. They said Bray also sent her fiance a text message saying she had been kidnapped. Bray was found in south Texas August 13th, safe and sound, in a hotel. She was arrested for unauthorized use of a vehicle and obstructing police. While in court Thursday, officials said Bray told the judge that she would have to find a place to live if released on bail. She does not have an attorney at this time and remains in jail. Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley said Bray has refused to talk. Her reasons for leaving in the manner she's accused of are unknown.

 

 

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