Warrant results produce leads in search for missing McIntosh County woman

MCINTOSH COUNTY, Okla. — Quick facts:

  • Investigators have released the results of multiple search warrants in the search for Peggy McGuire.
  • Results of the warrants showed blood-like stains.
  • Investigators are following leads.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has released the results of multiple search warrants in the search for Peggy McGuire.

McGuire, 28, disappeared from McIntosh County last November.

The warrants, dating from December to February, paint an unpleasant picture about the kinds of clues law enforcement officers are looking for.

Police searched McGuire’s car, and traced the cell phones, computers and bank statements of McGuire and the father of her child Thomas McIntosh.

McGuire was living with McIntosh when she disappeared.

Under one warrant, police took swabs of blood-like stains from a couch cushion from McGuire’s back porch. Through another, police found a yellow leather glove with red stains.

Bureau of Investigation agents said they will not release any names of people of interest, but they said they are following leads.

FOX23 found that McGuire had filed protective orders against Thomas McIntosh in 2006 and 2013.