A person first sought as a material witness in the disappaearance of Addison Waddell has now been charged in his death.
bainNacole Bain was questioned all weekend and finally told Okmulgee County Sheriff's deputies that she killed him.
She is in the Okmulgee County jail on a first degree mu rder complaint.
waddellLaw enforcement officers were in Henryetta Monday at a home looking for clues in the disappearance of the 56-year-old man. He was last seen June 24 and was said to have been going to North Carolina to visit family.
A well-known and much sought-after horse trainer, Waddell found fame across the nation training horses to compete in barrel racing. He owned and operated a training facility east of Dewar for several years.
Horse owners would bring their animals to Waddell to train for competition. He was often quoted in equestrian magazines and publications on his training techniques.
Lawmen were called to the scene where his wrecked vehicle was found this past weekend. He was nowhere around it.
The hunt later was expanded to a search for Nacole Bain (Spears). She was believed to be the last person to see or talk to Waddell. Officers located her and spent several hours Saturday interviewing her.
“If anyone knows the location of Waddell you are asked to contact the Okmulgee County Sheriffs Office at (918) 756-4311 or our Tip Line at (918) 516-8332," said investigator Aaron Swayze.