Family of missing Guthrie man speak out on investigation

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Brent Mack was reported missing in late September and was last seen near First Street and Cleveland in Guthrie. At the time, Guthrie Police requested assistance from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Mack’s family confirmed that police found his remains on Thursday. his brother’s remains have been found and the assailant is in custody, ”said Troy Franklin-Smith, the victim’s half-brother. Mack’s half-brother told KOCO 5 that the last thing he wanted was for this to happen, but he and the rest of the family are relieved to have some sort of closure. Franklin-Smith is grateful to the Guthrie police. “It was heartbreaking, but everything went well,” he said. “They kept us up to date on everything, so they kept us up to date as much as they could.” Franklin-Smith and the victim’s daughter, Raychelle Wilson, had strong words for the man who is now in homicide custody. Brent Mack worked as an installer for the suspect’s septic tank business. KOCO 5 has chosen not to release the suspect’s name at this time as no formal charges have been filed. arrested in the case is expected to be formally charged Monday in Logan County. “You took my brother, you took their father, you took an uncle, cousins, you didn’t get away with it. So you’ll pay the ultimate price,” Franklin-Smith said.

Brent Mack was reported missing in late September and was last seen near First Street and Cleveland in Guthrie. At the time, Guthrie Police had requested assistance from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

Mack’s family confirmed that police found his remains on Thursday.

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“We have a body, we have found my brother’s body and the perpetrator is in custody,” said Troy Franklin-Smith, the victim’s half-brother.

Mack’s half-brother told KOCO 5 that the last thing he wanted was for this to happen, but he and the rest of the family are relieved to have some sort of closure. Franklin-Smith thanks the Guthrie police.

“It was heartbreaking, but it was fluid,” he said. “They kept us up to date on everything, so they kept us up to date as much as they could.”

Franklin-Smith and the victim’s daughter, Raychelle Wilson, had strong words for the man who is now in homicide custody. Brent Mack worked as an installer for the suspect’s septic tank business.

KOCO 5 has chosen not to release the suspect’s name at this time as no formal charges have been filed.

“He took someone who was loved and was trying to take the right path and be there for his grandchildren,” Wilson said.

The man arrested in the case is expected to be formally charged Monday in Logan County.

“You took my brother, you took their father, you took an uncle, cousins, you didn’t get away with it. So you’ll pay the ultimate price,” Franklin-Smith said.

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