ENDANGERED and Missing: ‘Husband with history of violence’ disappears with wife, family frantic for answers

Family members are reportedly worried about a missing Oklahoma woman who may in the company of her husband, also missing, who they say has a history of abuse.

Oklahoma News 4 reports that Elizabeth Tevault, of Norman, hasn’t been seen by her family since June 18. On June 20, they filed a missing persons report. On the same day, the family of Elizabeth’s husband, Kyle Tevault, also filed a missing persons report for him.

Elizabeth’s family told the station that not only does she need medication, but that Kyle was recently accused of abusing Elizabeth. Court records indicate Kyle was charged with domestic assault and battery on June 15. Kyle’s family is concerned he may be severely depressed.

“Their family has contacted us to report them missing and are concerned about their welfare,” Brent Barbour with the Norman Police Department stated.

Elizabeth’s aunt, Lori Richards, indicated Elizabeth had a DHS hearing regarding her daughter that she missed. Richards said there’s no way Elizabeth would have voluntarily missed the hearing.

“Her daughter is the most important person in the world to her, there is no way she would voluntarily skip that court date. That’s really got me concerned.”

According to authorities, the pair may be in a white 2006 Nissan Xterra, with Oklahoma license plate number, DTG 094. The windshield is cracked and the numbers “29-34” appear in the right-hand corner of the read window on the driver’s side.  Norman police reported someone spotted the couple in Georgetown, Texas on June 20.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact authorities immediately.

[Feature Photo: Elizabeth Tevault, Kyle Tevault/Handout]