Oklahoma Sheriff goes “missing” for 90 Days. Turns up in broken mobile home in Alabama.

The guy pictured above is Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney.


Although he barely missed our recent ranking of the 10 Hottest Sheriffs in Oklahoma, he and his mustache have faithfully and selectively served the citizens of Stephens County from 2009 until, well, about 90 days ago when he mysteriously stopped showing up to work.


At least that's the story from former Stephens County Reserve Deputy Bill Scott. He left a Facebook post revealing that Sherriff McKinney had not been to work in about 90 days and "Nobody at the sheriff’s office knows why?"



That's wild. I think we've all watched enough episodes of Unsolved Mysteries and Forensic Files to know that when someone doesn't show up to work, usually their concerned co-workers call the cops to do a welfare check. But if your boss stopped showing up to work, would you call the cops, especially if you were the cops?


The Facebook post got the attention of the Duncan Banner. They jumped on the case and claimed they were able to track down Sherrif McKinney in a broken-down mobile home in Alabama...


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