• Tulsa police looking for help in 12-year-old missing woman case

    By: Lynn Casey



    Angie Tucker has been missing from Tulsa for 12 years.
    Tulsa Police Homicide investigators believe the notorious Shields brothers, Allen and Fred, were responsible for what happened to her.
    Angie was reported missing November 3, 2007 after not showing up for work.
    Her family told FOX23 she was a reliable person and had never not shown up for anything before or  taken off without letting her family know.

    She had two young kids at the time.
    One month before her disappearance she had filed a protective order against her ex boyfriend, Allen Shields.
    FOX23 spoke with now Sheriff Vic Regalado, who worked the high-profile Neal Sweeney murder for hire case, as a Tulsa Police Homicide Detective when it happened.
    He says the Shields brothers and their cousin Alonzo Johnson were cold blooded killers, suspected in upwards of 13 murders and were all charged in Sweeney's murder.
    Allan Shields made a deal with investigators and testified against the others.
    In 2011, he wound up in a stand-off with TPD, with another ex girlfriend and her daughter as hostages, and took his own life.
    At the time, investigators issued a plea for information on what happened to Angie Tucker, since they no longer had to fear Allan Shields, but nobody came forward.
    In 2012, Fred Shields was convicted in the Sweeney murder for hire case.
    This last weekend marked the 12 year anniversary of Tucker's disappearance.
    Her family says they can't keep going on with the hole her absence has left, without knowing what happened to her or where she is. They want to lay her to rest.
    Sheriff Regalado says he believes enough time has passed that the Shields' grip of fear has loosened, Allen is gone and Fred will never get out of prison, so he says TPD can keep anyone who has information, safe.
    If you know anything about Angie Tucker's disappearance you can give information anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 918-596-2677.

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