Jordan Oliver Wiki
Jordan Oliver is a 20-year-old man accused of kidnapping a teenager in a stolen police vehicle in Pennsylvania. The publications on social networks on its two pages indicate that they were not strangers to each other.
Samara Derwin Missing
According to the Amber Alert, Derwin was last seen on December 1, 2019, in Luzerne County, PA in a 2014 Ford Interceptor Utility vehicle, Pennsylvania license plate #MG5473H-PA. The suspect’s name was given as John Oliver on some sites.
Samara Derwin kidnapped
The abducted teen was named by law enforcement as Samara Derwin, 15, who was kidnapped in the area of the local high school on December 1, 2019, a Sunday. She is the subject of an Amber Alert.
However, late on the night of December 1, Samara was found and the Amber Alert was canceled, according to CBS Pittsburgh. No further details were provided.
Derwin is safe, but Oliver was shot and killed by the police. They were found in “a wooded area of Warrior Run,” according to WNEP-TV. Details of how that shooting unfolded were not given.
Oliver Had Recently Written on Derwin’s Facebook Page
was in a relationship with Derwin recently. Jordan Oliver recently wrote on Samara’s Facebook page that she is beautiful.
In May, Samara shared a post that read “I wanna b pretty.” Jordan Oliver wrote two comments on that thread. They read, “You are pretty” and “Pretty beautiful” with heart emojis.
In one now bizarre post, Samara wrote last April, “TAKEN BY MY HUNNY💙❤️🍯❤️💙.” It’s not clear who she was referring to, though. She wrote a series of similar posts going back to 2018 that read things like, “TAKEN❤💙💙❤.” In May 2018, without naming him, she wrote, “My boyfriends really my best friend💕.”
It’s not clear whether they were still in that relationship, however. The Pennsylvania State Police had “issued an Amber Child Abduction Alert for The Pennsylvania State Police Wyoming Barracks, Luzerne County PA,” authorities said.
Police Say Jordan Oliver Abducted Derwin While Driving a Stolen Police Cruiser
According to the Amber Alert, the Pennsylvania State Police Wyoming barracks was “searching for Samara Derwin age 15, a white non-Hispanic female, with brown hair with red highlights, blue eyes, wearing a white hooded sweatshirt and black yoga pants. She was last seen in the area of Nanticoke High School, Luzerne County, PA.”
The alert alleges that Derwin “was denounced as kidnapped by Jordan Oliver, a 20-year-old white non-Hispanic man, description of unknown clothing, who was driving a Nanticoke police cruiser from the 2014 Ford Interceptor utility stolen with the record of PA MG5473H-PA “.
“Anyone with information about the abduction should immediately contact the police by calling 911,” police said.
The Incident Started at Knifepoint & Ended With Oliver Being Accused of Overpowering a Cop
Journalist Jack Reinhardt wrote on Facebook that the incident started at knifepoint.
“#Update Nanticoke Police say they responded to the report of a hostage situation at Nanticoke High School around 3:18 p.m.,” he wrote.
“Police say a man held a woman at knifepoint and they tried negotiating with the suspect. The confrontation allegedly ensued and police say the officer responding had no choice, but to open fire. The suspect allegedly assaulted the officer and stole a police car. The officer is being treated at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. Police say the victim was last seen on Alden Mountain Road in Nanticoke. The suspect is still at large and police believe the victim is with him.”
The Times Leader also reported that it all started around 3:20 p.m. near Greater Nanticoke Area High School “were, reportedly, a man was holding a woman at knifepoint,” according to Nanticoke police captain Robert Lehman.
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