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Tulsa man accused of stealing cigarettes from three different QuikTrips, hours apart FOX23 News - 4StateNews Middle of the Country - Middle of the Road ⋆ World, National and Regional News Of Interest to the Heart Of America!

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William Alma Miller, 45, pleaded guilty to a first-degree murder charge in the death of Rebekah Gould. Gould was found dead off Highway 9 in Izard County in September 2004. Police ruled out her boyfriend as a suspect and no one was held responsible for her death.
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