The body of a man was found behind an Oklahoma trailer on Friday.
Nathan Blankenship, 32, from Lindsay, Oklahoma went missing around February 2. The Marshall County Sheriff's office searched for Nathan through the week but could not locate him. They also received tips that he had been taken to the Cumberland Bottoms area, but nothing was found at that location, reports KXII news.
Another tip told authorities that Nathan had left Oklahoma and was heading for Marshall County.
"We often call on sheriff's offices as they do us when we need help. They have the man power to actually run more leads than we do," said Jessica Brown spokeswoman for the OSBI.
Then on February 15, the OSBI agents were led to Nathan's body in Seminole County near Northsouth Highway 3590 where he was lying behind a trailer.
Subsequently, Jessica Cornwell, 33, and her cousin Adena Beasley, 32, were arrested on felony charges for the unauthorized removal of a dead body, reports NewsOK.
"I loved Nathan with all of my heart," said Mandie Robbins, Nathan's sister. "We are grateful for all the work that the investigators did."
The medical examiner will determine the cause of death.