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Man sought in death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director





Janett Reyna, the domestic violence services director for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, was laid to rest on Friday.

Reyna, 29, was killed at her home on August 8. A first-degree murder warrant is out for her boyfriend, Luis Octavio-Frias.

Reyna, who helped dozens of women in her job for the tribe, had taken out a protective order against Octavio-Frias just a few days before her death, The Native American Times reported.

The couple's three children were at home when Reyna was killed.

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Domestic violence claims life of woman who helped others (The Native American Times 8/19)