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Monday, December 2, 2019

POLICE KILL ABDUCTOR AFTER FINDING MISSING GIRL

FIRST News Now
3 hrs ·

POLICE KILL ABDUCTOR AFTER FINDING MISSING GIRL
FNN Update 2019.

HANOVER TWP - The Amber Alert was cancelled just after a hour of it being issued for 15-year-old, Samara Derwin who was abducted by herboyfriend, 20-year-old, Jordan Oliver.

State Police at Wyoming reported that Jordan Oliver was shot by police in a wooded area along Tomko Avenue in Hanover Township, near the boundary line of Warrior Run.

Police noted that Samara Derwin, was not inured in the incident between Oliver and police.

In a recap of events an Amber Alert was issued by state police at about 9:30PM, Sunday evening, December 1, 2019, about six hours after Oliver allegedly kidnapped Derwin.

The incident unfolded when two Nanticoke police officers responded to the parking lot of Greater Nanticoke Area High School. When the officer got there they found Oliver holding the neck of Derwin and he had a knife to the young girl's throat.

Oliver threatened to harm Derwin if officers got any closer to him.

According to court records, Oliver held Derwin and began to walk toward the baseball field. That is when Derwin was able to escape from Oliver. Officers instructed Derwin to sit inside their police unit.

An officer deployed a Taser at Oliver, however it had no impact on him. Next Oliver sprayed mace in the officers’ faces and was able to climb into the police unit with Derwin.

It was said that Oliver then drove the police unit directly at one officer who was nearly hit by the vehicle. The police officer fired his service revolver at Oliver who was exiting the school’s parking lot.

Oliver and Derwin were later found in a wooded area of Warrior Run and a perimeter was quickly set up by troopers with the Special Emergency Response Team.

During the exchange with SERT troopers, Oliver was killed and Derwin was freed and unharmed, according to a press release.

Prior to the use of deadly force, state police obtained an arrest warrant signed by District Judge Joseph Halesey in Hanover Township charging Oliver with four counts of aggravated assault and one count each of kidnapping for ransom, theft and unlawful restraint.

Court records indicated that Derwin, through her mother, filed a protection from abuse application against Oliver back on May 7, 2019. On May 6th, Oliver had struck Derwin several times in the head during an argument. Oliver threatened to kill Derwin if she obtained a PFA against him.

Oliver repeatedly sent Derwin messages on social media claiming he was walking around her house and he was armed with a knife, the PFA application says.

The restraining order was in effect until June 18, 2022, however, courts kept rescheduling the hearing on Oliver's failure to follow the PFA and Oliver obvisiouly went after Derwin.

It was not noted on how or why Oliver and Derwin ended up together at the high school parking lot.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Service revolver.....man that's old school.