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VIDEOLatimer County

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Latimer County

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"We've already had to have people ...

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"We've already had to have people towed out," said Latimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp.

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"It would be safe to assume that, yes," Sheriff Beauchamp said. The sheriff says they most likely will not be able to search tomorrow because of the muddy, wet conditions after this week's rain. At this time, he can't say when they could be able to search again.
VIDEOLatimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp talked with News On 6 reporter Latoya Silmon early Friday morning about today's search plan for the Jamison Family.
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After an all-out mass search with more than 100 people came up short last weekend, Latimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp knew Friday was probably going to be the last chance to unravel the mystery of the missing family. It was a big mountain, and the clock was ticking. Beauchamp has been looking for the Jamison family since someone who lives in the area found their pickup Oct. 17, eight days after the resident remembered seeing the family in the area. The pickup was parked at a well site, about 30 miles from the family's Eufaula home. Beauchamp said the family had gone to look at a couple of 40-acre plots of land for possible purchase with what appeared to be plans to move a shipping container onto the secluded mountain land and live there. Inside the pickup, investigators found Bobby Dale Jamison's wallet, Sherrilynn Jamison's purse, maps, a GPS, a "substantial" amount of cash, and a cell phone last used Oct. 8. At first, Beauchamp said, it appeared the family had become lost because they were not at the location marked on the map, but investigators recently learned the site where the truck was parked was a second site where the family was looking for land. Beauchamp said he was not ready to call the search effort a "recovery" for bodies at this point, but as the days have turned into weeks, some searchers have begun to prepare themselves for the worst.
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Beauchamp said the air searches were frustrating at times, because he had two helicopters, a plane and an unmanned drone, but because of the thick "triple canopy" foliage, and windy conditions, pilots were not able to see much of anything.
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Latimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp launched a search for the family when their pickup truck was found in the Red Oak Mountain area Oct. 17, eight days after a resident remembered seeing the family.
The pickup was parked at a well site, about 30 miles from the family's Eufaula home. Inside the pickup, investigators found Bobby Dale Jamison's wallet, Sherrilynn Jamison's purse, maps, a GPS device, a substantial amount of cash and a cell phone last used Oct. 8.
Beauchamp said the family had gone to look at a couple of 40-acre plots of land for possible purchase and that they apparently planned to move a shipping container to the secluded mountain area and live there.
Mud-slicked roads made search conditions treacherous Friday, and Beauchamp said he planned to scale back the search Saturday, the first day of black-powder deer hunting season, because it would be too dangerous to have crews searching heavily wooded areas.
Beauchamp said he was not ready to call the search a "recovery" effort for bodies, but as the days have turned into weeks, some searchers have
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Beauchamp said thick foliage and windy conditions also hampered air searches.


Israel Beauchamp, former ...

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Israel Beauchamp, former sheriff of Latimer County, told The Oklahomanin May 2010 that his department had received help from the FBI, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and private investigators.

"What happened to them after that is a mystery," he said.


Latimer County Sheriff ...

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Latimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp said searchers are trying to get as much done today as possible, because the roads and conditions are only going to get worse.

"This is probably the last day we're doing to do this for a while," he said.
The search for Bobby and Sherrilynn Jamison and their daughter Madyson, 6, has been under way since a hunter found their pickup on Oct. 9, about 30 miles from the family's Eufaula home. Beauchamp said the family had gone to look at two 40-acre plots of land for possible purchase and had plans to move a shipping container onto some rural land and make a home out of it.
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Beauchamp said he expects the search to last until dark.


After an all-out mass search with ...

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After an all-out mass search with more than 100 people came up short last weekend, Latimer County Sheriff Israel Beauchamp knew Friday was probably going to be the last chance to unravel the mystery of the missing family. It was a big mountain, and the clock was ticking.

Beauchamp has been looking for the Jamison family since someone who lives in the area found their pickup Oct. 17, eight days after the resident remembered seeing the family in the area.
The pickup was parked at a well site, about 30 miles from the family's Eufaula home. Beauchamp said the family had gone to look at a couple of 40-acre plots of land for possible purchase with what appeared to be plans to move a shipping container onto the secluded mountain land and live there.
Inside the pickup, investigators found Bobby Dale Jamison's wallet, Sherrilynn Jamison's purse, maps, a GPS, a "substantial" amount of cash, and a cell phone last used Oct. 8.
At first, Beauchamp said, it appeared the family had become lost because they were not at the location marked on the map, but investigators recently learned the site where the truck was parked was a second site where the family was looking for land.
Beauchamp said he was not ready to call the search effort a "recovery" for bodies at this point, but as the days have turned into weeks, some searchers have begun to prepare themselves for the worst.
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Beauchamp said the air searches were frustrating at times, because he had two helicopters, a plane and an unmanned drone, but because of the thick "triple canopy" foliage, and windy conditions, pilots were not able to see much of anything.


Israel Beauchamp, former ...

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Israel Beauchamp, former sheriff of Latimer County, told The Oklahoman in May 2010 that his department had received help from the FBI, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and private investigators.

"What happened to them after that is a mystery," he said.

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