Did Tulsa woman testify against the wrong people in 2005 methamphetamine case?
Early in 2005, Karen Faye Heim testified against her ex-husband and others at a methamphetamine trial, and she was pretty familiar with courtrooms having been arrested in 2001 on felony charges along with others "in concert".
A few months after she testified in that court case, Heim was last seen leaving her west Tulsa, Oklahoma home at approximately 10:00 p.m. on December 26, 2005.
She has never been heard from again.
Her car, a tan 1988 Buick Electra Park Avenue with the Oklahoma license plate number TNM937, was located the next day on Farm-to-Market 1159, approximately twelve miles north of Clarksville, Texas, near the Oklahoma state border.
The vehicle's doors were open and it had been wiped clean of prints. All of Heim's belongings, including her purse, keys, Social Security card, driver's license, money and a toll receipt, were inside it.
Heim's loved ones stated she had no connection to the Clarksville area and they do not know why she would go there. Clarksville Texas in approximately 215 miles due south of Tulsa.
Although she had a history of depression, Heim was reportedly in good spirits at the time of her disappearance. 42 years old. Karen stood 5'4 and weighed in at 135 pounds and had brown hair and blue eyes. Heim has a tattoo of a cross on her ankle.
It is unclear whether her actions in the 2005 the trial is connected to disappearance, but foul play is suspected in her case. Individuals said she was seen in both Tulsa and Sand Sprigs the day she went missing, but there have been no confirmed sightings of Heim to date.
The investigating agencies in this case are the Tulsa Police Department (918-596-9122)and the Red River County (Texas) Sheriff's Department 903-427-3838.