Boyfriend charged in Osage Beach murder

Adrianna Hyten

Update: Friday, April 8 at 5:20 p.m.:

Adrianna Hyten sent out text message pleas to friends just before her death.

According to the probable cause statement, Hyten messaged 2 friends after getting off work and coming home to her ex-boyfriend.

One message read will you call the cops for me and tell them to come to 1167 mase road. That friend did not read the call for help until later on. That was the last outgoing message or call from Hyten TMs phone.

According to police, she and Gregory George, her accused killer, began a physical relationship in early 2010, and they started living together in June 2010. In September, police say Hyten began a sexual relationship with another man.

Hyten was working at the Steak & Shake in Osage Beach the night before she died. While at work, police say she received a lengthy message from George|

here it is you moved to another guy so fast dam fast like I never was alive and it kills me pretty bad my heart hurts I know why you mean so much to me because you were the first person in a long time who ever cared for me I changed my whole life for you. You are amazing beautiful kind swet funny you made me smile you brough happiness into my life when nobody else would. You are the best part of my life and with out you I can barely breath. If you need time space experience fine but don TMt cut me out. I care for you. I have been working so hard to change my body for you. Every weight I lift is for you. I try to stay awake just so I can hear your voice even if you leave in 5 seconds I just love you and that is all I can say. If I could have gave you the world I would have. You asked me if I still love kellie and I always answer no because I did not even know love until you. Don TMt give up on me please.

According to police, her simple response was No stop it Im done.

Five minutes after George received the message, he sent another message to Yvonne George|

if something happens to me tonight get my stuff and my dog joker ps3 stereo everything actually is mine joke is registered and micro chipped to me if there are problems don TMt forget me.

According to the probable cause statement, Hyten clocked out of work at 2:02 a.m. and arrived home shortly after. George told police he was home when she arrived.

At 2:30 a.m. and 2:36 a.m. Hyten sent text messages to her friends asking them to call the cops.

The Camden County Medical Examiner estimated she died sometime between 2:25 a.m. and 5:25 a.m. on October 10, 2010. The autopsy found she died of multiple slashes to her neck area.

After examining George TMs vehicle, a highway patrol lab test found blood with Hyten TMs DNA on his seat.

George faces a 1st degree murder charge along with armed criminal action. He TMs being held in the Camden County Jail without bond.

Original Story:

Six months after a woman was found stabbed to death in an Osage Beach home, prosecutors have filed murder charges.

Gregory Lucas George is charged with 1st degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of Adrianna Hyten. He TMs been held in the Miller County Sheriff TMs office since October 2010 on unrelated charges.

George was in a relationship with Hyten, 21. The scene of the murder, 1167 Mace Road, is the same address listed for George on the Missouri Highway Patrol Sex Offender Registry.

George is being held in the Camden County Jail without bond.

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