The Oklahoman

Oklahoma slaying leads to arrest of Texans in Wyoming


BLANCHARD, Okla. – A Texas woman and her adult son have been arrested in Wyoming on murder warrants in connection with the slaying of a central Oklahoma man, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigat­ion said Friday.

Debbie Senft, 47, and Zachary Mussett, 26, both of Texarkana, Texas, are jailed in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, pending extraditio­n to Oklahoma.

The two were wanted for the death of Michael “Andy” McGuffee of Blanchard on the southweste­rn outskirts of Oklahoma City, the OSBI reported.

Court records do not list attorneys who could speak on behalf of Senft or Mussett.

McGuffee’s body was found in his home Oct. 15 by a relative after McGuffee failed to arrive for work, the OSBI said. Several items from the home were missing, as was McGuffee’s pickup truck.

A suspected cause of McGuffee’s death was not immediatel­y released.

Some of the missing items from McGuffe’s home were later located in a Salina, Kansas, pawn shop and his pickup truck was found in Oklahoma City, according to the OSBI.

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