New search warrants show agents turning to Facebook in Carina Saunders murder investigation

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BETHANY, Okla. (KFOR) - New court documents have been filed in the murder of Mustang teen.

It's been five years since Carina Saunders was found at 23rd and Rockwell - her body dismembered and left in a duffle bag.

Now, OSBI agents are hoping Facebook will help lead them to some of the people she was talking to and hanging out with in the weeks leading up to her murder.

Investigators are asking for Facebook records from messages, friends, videos and pictures to information on the devices used to access those Facebook accounts.

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One search warrant filed Friday is for Kenny Richards' account.

Richards is a convicted felon who allegedly made a nude video of Saunders weeks before her death.

According to court documents, Richards told police about his interaction with Saunders just before she disappeared.

He said he picked up Saunders from a Taco Bell near I-40 and Rockwell and dropped her off at the apartments in the 2500 block of Rockwell across the street from the grocery store where Saunders' body was found.

The second search warrant is for Kyle Savage's Facebook account.

Court records show Savage and Saunders exchanged messages before her death.

The third search warrant is for Judy Roberts, a woman serving time for drug convictions who admitted to doing drugs with Saunders before and around the time Saunders was reported missing.

Two weeks ago, Saunders' mother spoke to the media, begging for people with information on her daughter's murder to finally come forward.

"Five years is a long time to not be able to speak or hold or hug my daughter," Marjorie Queen said. "And, to her killers, know that we will never give up until justice is served."

State agents said there is a video of Saunders' murder and are offering a $10,000 reward for it.

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