Angela Jean Mihm Monhollen

Angela Jean Mihm Monhollen

Date Found: August 14th, 1989

Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma

Investigating Agency: Tulsa Police Department Cold Case Unit


Angela Jean Mihm Monhollen was supposed to work the late shift at the nursing home on August 6th, 1989 at 11pm in Tulsa, Oklahoma but she never arrived. She left her home at 4637 N. St. Louis Avenue around 1030 pm. She ran out of gas on the Gilcrease Expressway east of Harvard Avenue and reportedly tried to hitchhike. She was reported missing the next day, August 7th. That same day investigators discovered her purse on the road just a few miles from her truck.

On August 14th, 1989, a city employee discovered partially decomposed remains in a ditch at 730 am in high grass on the east side of Yale Avenue close to 36th Street, just 3 miles from where her truck was left. The body was ID’d as Angela soon after through forensics and tattoos. Cause of death is undetermined but investigators believe she may have been strangled. The purse that was found was only two blocks from her body.

Angela was 23 and a mother to 4 children. She’d been married young but was no longer with her husband and was dating someone at the time. She was born in Indiana and had moved to Tulsa in recent years. She was the youngest of 7 children. Angela dreamed of being a nurse and was in the process of pursuing her dream when she was murdered.

Please call Tulsa PD with any information on the murder of Angela Jean Monhollen. Every tip helps.

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