Three arrested In connection with death of Shaliyah Toombs

Three people have been arrested in connection with what authorities believe to be a homicide in the death of Shaliyah Toombs of Oklahoma City.
Her body was discovered in a vehicle said to be driven by Daniel Vasquez along Interstate 35 near Goldsby May 2.
Vasquez has been charged with accessory after the fact in the death of Toombs, who was about seven months pregnant. Toombs had been reported missing since April 29 from a southwest Oklahoma City apartment.
After Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) interviews in Arkansas, Joshua Finkbeiner, 30, and Staci Harjo, 42, were arrested on first degree murder charges and are currently in custody at Cleburne County Detention Center.
They are awaiting extradition.
The McClain County Sheriff’s Department said as other details emerge in the ongoing investigation, they will be released.
The entire ordeal began May 2 when a man at the Love’s Country Store in Goldsby told a Lighthorse Police Officer his vehicle had run out of gas and there was a body in his vehicle.
McClain County Deputies located the vehicle south of the Goldsby exit on the shoulder of the north bound lanes of I-35.
They confirmed a deceased body was found in the back floor board of the vehicle.
Sheriff officials immediately contacted the OSBI, who took control of the investigation.

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