DELAWARE COUNTY, Okla. -- Delaware County investigators plan to search a backyard Friday in hopes of finding a man missing since March.
Twenty-year-old Dustin Carver was last seen March 3. His girlfriend later reported him missing.
Carver's mother told Kansas police she last saw him hanging out down the street at a friend's trailer in Twin Oaks.
That friend, 31-year-old James Larson, is now a person of interest in Carver's disappearance, according to Delaware County Captain Gayle Wells.
Officials say Larson was arrested April 3 on DUI complaints. Police also found a shot gun in his vehicle at the time of the arrest.
Police said two men told them a man was buried in the backyard of Larson's trailer.
Wednesday, several law enforcement agencies searched the home. They found a stolen welder, tools and a four-wheeler. Cadaver dogs specializing in human remains picked up on a spot in the backyard.
Thursday, a judge to signed off on a separate search warrant, specifically for digging in the backyard.
Investigators are set to resume the search at 9 a.m. Friday.
Larson is nowhere to be found.