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Lambton Ontario Provincial Police, along with the Anishinabek Police Service are still investigating the tragic homicide of 29 year old David Jordan Oliver of Kettle and Stony Point 1st Nation. Mr. Oliver was reported missing on the 31stth of July, 2020 and his body located August 2, 2020 near 9356 Army Camp Road. His red Dodge Ram truck was found at another location, a short distance away. David Oliver had been murdered.
David Oliver was a dearly loved husband, son, brother, grandson, nephew, uncle and cousin living in the tight-knit community of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, located along Lake Huron, between Sarnia and Grand Bend, Ontario. He was a funny, polite and a talented student who was well liked by the staff and students of his former school as well as being described as a gifted athlete who also loved to travel. David’s family, friends and the community were shocked, saddened and hurt after learning he had been murdered.
Both police agencies have been working diligently in trying to solve this senseless crime. The Ontario Government has offered a $50,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest and the conviction of the person or persons responsible for David’s death. To reach any of the OPP investigators, please call 1- 888-310-1122 or 1-888-882-1011. For more information on the Government reward, go to hc-cs.ca.
You could also be eligible for a reward from Crime Stoppers if you call 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477) or go on-line at www.p3tips.com to submit any information that you may have. Someone out there knows something. Please do the right thing for David’s family.