In August, 1988, Morag Davies was a divorced forty five year old real estate agent who lived by herself in a Retlaw Drive residence in Sarnia, Ontario. She had only lived at this address for about three or four weeks as of August 23, 1988.
Ms. Davies was regarded by all who knew her as a friendly, professional lady. She had been working in real estate for about three years, after changing from a lengthy career in nursing.
Ms. Davies was born and raised in Scotland. She immigrated to Canada in the 1970’s.
Ms. Davies was visited at her residence by a co-worker the evening of Tuesday, August 23, 1988. The co-worker left Ms. Davies’ residence at about 10:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. that evening. This is the last we know that Ms. Davies was seen alive by anybody except her assailant.
On Thursday, August 25, 1988 the co-worker who visited Ms. Davies on August 23 decided to check in on her, as Ms. Davies had not been to work since August 23, 1988.
At about noon hour on August 25, 1988 the co-worker along with another realtor attended Ms. Davies’ residence. After getting no answer at the door they entered the residence and found Ms. Davies dead in her bedroom. She had been brutally stabbed several times. Her killer has never been identified.
Through the years since this murder Sarnia Police have pursued numerous leads. Unfortunately, none of these leads have yielded evidence against the killer.
There are some indicators that have led investigators to believe Ms. Davies knew her assailant. However, it could be that this is not the case, and the investigation has not been restricted to people known by Ms. Davies.
This file is still open and is being actively worked on. The contact person for this case is Detective Constable Heather Patterson, Sarnia Police Criminal Investigations Division [phone (519) 344-8861 ext. 6105]. OR Detective Staff Sargent Dwayne Whelpley at ext. 6151
Tips can also be forwarded through Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is offering the maximum reward of $2000.00 for tips leading to the arrest of the perpetrator of this crime.
Any assistance or information from the public would be most appreciated.
You may have the one piece of information that could tie this investigation together!
Ross “Rosee” Tius is our last posted jailbird for our upcoming Jail and Bail this Thursday morning! Ross is the leader in Local 663, for many, many, many, years! Ross is charged with “Expressing himself too freely”, Ross is known to always put the members first and listen intently to them. He is always available to help them however he can, and is an extremely loyal member of the U.A.
Please keep an eye on our Facebook page on Thursday morning for live broadcasting of our Jail and Bail hearings!
Duncan McIntosh is a member of Local 1592 Millwright Union. Duncan is being charged with providing excessive workforce to the community! He’s always ready to work!
His bail hearing is set for May 25th, 2017
Jason “Barnzie” Barnes, too bad so sad! You’re looking a little sleepy in your photo; I don’t know how with all the coffee you drink! You’ve been caught for having extremely bad coffee breath!
Jason is a part of a family owned business in Sarnia W.J. BARNES, they provide many services such as heating, cooling, fireplaces, and servicing appliances.
Hi bail hearing is set for May 25th, 2017
Franco “Fast Fingers Freddie” Savo is our next capture!
Franco is a part of a family owned business in Sarnia LAMBTON METAL SERVICE.
When Franco is not busy with his wife and kids or the business he enjoys golfing, bowling and soccer, and… hacking the internal company computers for which he has been captured!!
Sorry “Fast Fingers Freddie”, time to slow down!
Fanco has his bail date set for May 25th, 2017
Mitch “Bugzy” Gillings has been on a serial killing spree!
The owner of PEST AWAY INC. in Sarnia, Mitch spends his days and is charged with the “Death of Many”… Bugs!!!
His bail has been set for May 25, 2017
(LAMBTON, ON) – On Friday May 5th, 2017 at just after 4:30 p.m., Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was dispatched to a residential break and enter in the 9400 block of Klondyke Road, Municipality of Lambton Shores, ON.
Lambton County OPP attended the address and upon arrival was informed by the victim that at some time between approximately 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., unknown person(s) gained entry into the home and stole approximately $10,000 in property. Of significant concern was the theft of two firearms described as a:
The West Region OPP Forensic Identification Unit was requested and did attend to assist with the investigation. Investigation is on-going.
The Lambton OPP is asking that if anyone has any information regarding the person(s) involved in this break, enter and theft or information as to the location of the stolen property, to contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or (519) 882-1011, or their nearest police authority.
Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), where you may be eligible to receive a cash reward.
Barton “BLACK BART” Verge is the latest culprit to be raked in.
Bart is the owner of CUTTING EDGE POWER EQUIPMENT here in Sarnia. Bart is a busy guy who does not allow the grass to grow beneath him. Once the season for lawn care is over, he is right into the snow blowing season.
It’s hard to believe he has time for golf and church activities.
Bart “BLACK BART” Verge is charged with: Failing to Take Time to Time to Smell the Roses.
His Bail Hearing is set for May 25,2017.
Dr. Sandra PUPPY EYES” Taylor is the latest jail bird at large to be captured
Dr Taylor is a very busy Veterinarian operating out of Lakeshore Veterinary Clinic. “PUPPY EYES is always on the go, we obviously had trouble getting her to stand still for the picture.
The picture is also evidence of her charge: Bribing an Officer with Cuteness, who can resist a puppy let alone two.
Her Bail Hearing has been set for May 25, 2017.
Brian “B” Miller has had the Jailhouse door slammed on him.
Brian is the owner of BeeHive Windows and Doors here in Sarnia. When not running his business he has been involved in Scouting and Minor Hockey. Brian also manages to play a little hockey himself from time to time.
It was during a pick-up hockey game that Brian committed the offence of Vandalism. Brian wound up and took a blistering slap shot that went out of control and broke a window in the second story viewing area.
It was totally unnecessary because the goalie was retired police officer Stu Bremner and it is well known that his”5 Hole” is the size of a beachball.
Brian “B” Miller is charged with: Willful Damage
His Bail hearing has been set for May 25, 2017; call him if you can help him with bail…or his slap shot.