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Two Years Later - Kidnapper Pleads Guilty

By Ben Briscoe
NewsChannel 10

Oklahoma City - More than two years after the kidnapping of 10-year-old Marrisa Graham of Texhoma, her kidnapper has pleaded guilty in federal court.

27-year-old Terrance Lynn McGuire entered that plea this morning in Oklahoma City. McGuire was arrested last month after a tip out of the blue from his soon to be ex-wife.

McGuire had been living in Canyon, Texas this whole time. With the help of the wife, Lacie, the FBI was able to record telephone conversatations where McGuire confessed to the kidnapping.

"I was tired, driving all the way to Kansas and back ... You do stupid things when you're tired," McGuire said about the crime in the phone call.

For more of McGuire's comments click on the past stories NewsChannel 10 has done.

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