Dave Lewis Ashland Oregon

Hyatt Lake Oregon Murder of Dave Lewis

Troy Dean Carney found murdered the same day. 

 

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 What does a truck lumper do ?

 

Assist truckers...

 

TD Trucking

 

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 Troy was shot in the head on the Central Point Greenway, devastating his family.  He was camping out and supposedly sleeping in a sleeping bag. There is supposedly an undisclosed link to Dave's homicide. The two men did not know one another.

The Greenway,  is a bike- path which connects Ashland to Medford. 

A Letter to the editor,  27th of  December 2011, after another murder / decapitation  on the Ashland bike path of  young David Grubbs.

 

Don't abandon parks

 " Once again folks are telling me that they don't feel safe on the Bear Creek Greenway or the Ashland Bike Path. Crime can and does happen anywhere in the community; however, one of the best strategies for prevention is the presence of a lot of law-abiding citizens out enjoying the public parks and facilities. If you're fearful, ask a friend or group of friends to walk, bike or skate together. Don't abandon our parks and greenways! — Eileen Adee, Bear Creek Greenway Foundation, Medford "

 

              TROY CARNEY FOUND MURDERED

This website is to bring awarness to the heinous murder-arson of Dave Lewis.

Killer-arsonists burned two homes to the ground that night, 9/4/2008. Troy was found  murdered later that same day, on the Greenway in Central Point, Oregon.  It is believed he was killed  a short time prior to David.

 We have choosen to add Troy Dean Carney, an undisclosed link  exists between the two men. Although, it is not believed Dave and Troy  knew one another. 

Both were good men. Both are loved and missed by many. Justice will prevail and love will see it through.

Killers & Murderers and those who help them will be brought to justice. 

If  anyone thought  they could kill Troy Dean Carney and just walk away; they  were wrong.                                                  Justice 4 Troy !

 JACKSON COUNTY OFFICIALS : Link two rural Jackson County murders

Deputies connect the dots on 2 murders

Video:
Two fires and two murders are linked, investigators say.
http://www.ktvl.com/articles/carney-1192091-says-fire.html

 

 

      

 This man was just trying to work, not bothering anyone, and he is murdered !!  This is unacceptable and justice must come for Troy and the Carney family.  We are asking for the community's help in taking this murderer off your streets !!

             TROY'S KILLER WALKS THE STREETS FREELY...TO KILL AGAIN ! 

               PLEASE HELP THE CARNEY FAMILY FIND JUSTICE FOR TROY !!

                 THERE IS AN UNDISCLOSED LINK BETWEEN TROY & DAVE

                                THEY NEVER   KNEW ONE ANOTHER   

Troy Dean Carney, 44, was found dead in his sleeping bag on Sept.4, 2008 hidden in the brush between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road. Near the Pilot Truck Stop, Southern Oregon.  Investigators want to talk to whoever stayed there to find out if they saw Troy or anyone with him in the days or hours before he was killed.

We are asking the public for any information you can give us on who might have seen Troy Carney on that afternoon and evening (Labor Day 9/1/08) He was wearing camouflage cargo shorts and a dark T-Shirt, the same clothes he was found dead in. Troy had pierced earings and tattoo's on his arms and legs and his head was shaved. A new e-mail address has been set up. If you have any information, Please e-mail: findjustice4troy@yahoo.com or call Jackson County Sheriff Department anonymous tipline 774-8333.

Troy may have been killed very early morning Tuesday 9/2 and Dave late 9/3 - These killers have anti-freeze in their blood -  help bring them to arrests !

       TROY'S MOTHER HAS CREATED A MYSPACE PAGE

Troy Dean Carney, age 44, found dead in his sleeping bag Sept. 4, 2008, near the Pilot Truck Stop, Central Point, Or.
He worked as a 'lumper', helping truck drivers with their loads.
He stopped in the Willamette Valley area.
He traveleled to Medford, Or area to stay with friends. That did not work out.
He set up a campsite near 3 other campsites, very near the Pilot Truck stop.
He was last seen on video camera Sept. 1, 2008, leaving the truck stop.
He was found Sept. 4, 2008, wearing the same clothing, in his sleeping bag, murdered
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                                            NEWSPAPER ARTICLES 

                                         BODY PROMPTS INVESTIGATION

                       WOLVERINE MASK COULD BE KEY TO MURDER

                                                 POLICE IDENTIFY BODY

                                LINKS SOUGHT IN UNSOLVED MURDERS

 

Investigators haven't turned up a motive or suspect in the death of Troy Dean Carney, 44, who was also found dead Sept. 4. Carney's body was found in a sleeping bag off a path that leads away from the Bear Creek Greenway between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road. He had been shot at close range a few days earlier, most likely on Sept. 1, by someone he was comfortable around, Fogarty said.

Unlike Lewis, who had deep, sprawling roots in the community, Carney was something of a loner, although he was remembered as friendly, investigators said.

Carney had lived in the Rogue Valley a decade ago and had recently returned. In the interim he had worked as a "lumper," loading and unloading trucks and riding along with drivers.

This summer, he had made his way from Idaho to Portland to Medford, where he stayed with a friend for a while. He didn't want to cause tension in the friend's home, so he set up camp near the Pilot truck stop in hopes of finding work again.

Fogarty described Carney's transient lifestyle as high risk, but said he wasn't part of "the regular Greenway population." Many of the homeless people who live along the trail know one another and look out for each other, Fogarty said.

Carney didn't appear to have clashed with others camped in the area and hadn't been robbed, investigators said. They have talked with people who were camped nearby, combed the area for evidence with metal detectors and divers in Bear Creek, and even pursued contacts in Carney's cell phone.

"We're still tracking things we wouldn't normally check just because we can," Fogarty said of searching through Carney's cell phone records.

                    TROY'S FAMILY DESERVES PEACE THRU JUSTICE !

Hi.
 
I would like to thank KDRV for airing my son's story.
 
Hopefully this reward will help in someone doing the right thing and come forward with the information
 
The Sheriff's Department needs to make an arrest for the murder of my son Troy Dean Carney..
 
A special thanks to the Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation for offering the $5000.00 reward.
 
Troy's Mom... Linda Wood
 
Reward offered in Central Point murder case | KDRV
URL: http://kdrv.com/page/120035


THEY  VIOLENTLY  and WRONGLY  ENDED TROY'S PRECIOUS LIFE.  THEY ALL WILL BE ARRESTED.

 

 Troy Dean Carney, age 44, was born in Lewiston Maine.  Troy attended local schools. He also lived in Michigan, and went into sports. He was on the Track team, wrestling team and karate.

He loved mountain biking, camping out, and was also a good singer, he loved to sing karaoke. In his leisure time he loved to work out. He enjoyed fishing, watching football, very interested in bodybuilding and loved to travel. He traveled from the east coast to the west coast earning his way by tractor trailer.

 Troy had been in every state and city in the United States except Alaska. He said to, Mom, if I died today, I lived my life cause I have been and seen more places then most people would see in a life time. His next goal was making his way to Alaska. Troy was a kind, generous, very friendly guy that could talk your ear off.
"I will share a story with you".
Troy had gone into a grocery store to purchase and few things he needed. He was standing in line at the check-out when he noticed an elderly lady in line in front of him. She put her grocery's on the check-out counter then handed the cashire the money. The cashier told her, she didn't have enought money. He realized she was searching her purse for more money and didn't have anymore, so she began putting some grocery's back into the cart. Troy stepped up and handed the cashire money, put her grocery's back on the counter, then helped her to her car. Troy was also a newspaper delivery boy and while delivering newspaper's he was always bringing home dirty stray Cats. Said he felt bad for them, so he took care of them till he found them a home. He always found homes for them. He didn't like it when girls wore makeup.
Troy was laid to rest in Maine, on October, 25, 2008 at 2:30pm.
Troy's stone marker say's "I travel not to go anywhere, but to go"

 

 

Someone murdered and left Troy on the Greenway Central Point - -

 

 

 

 

 

The families will be seeking the death penalty. Oregon's highest penalty.

                      

                                                 Troy Dean Carney

 

 ~Troy Dean Carney
CENTRAL POINT — Police hope a $$$$ reward will help them solve the murder of a 44-year-old man found dead inside his sleeping bag along the Bear Creek Greenway 18 months ago.
Troy Dean Carney, whose body was found Sept. 4, 2008 in a campsite near the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road. When officials from the Carole Sund/Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation contacted the department offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the case, sheriff's detectives were happy to cooperate..We certainly do appreciate the assistance and hope the money inspires someone to come forward. Money provided by the foundation has helped police across the country solve tough cases over the years.
According to the foundation's Web site, rewards offered by the fund have been instrumental in locating nine missing persons, the arrest of 37 murder suspects, three kidnappers and one person charged with the murder of a police officer. The foundation has paid $272,600 in rewards to people who have dropped tips to police to close those cases.
The origins of the Sund/Carrington foundation date to 1999, when Carole Sund, Juli Sund and Silvia Pelosso disappeared while hiking in Yosemite National Park. They later were found murdered in the park.
A reward posted by Carole Sund's parents, Francis and Carole Carrington, led to a break in the case.
Their belief in the value of cash rewards inspired the Carringtons to create the fund to help police officers crack homicide and missing person cases.
The Carney murder has sent detectives along the Bear Creek Greenway.
"We have spoken with several people who were camped near the spot where Mr. Carney was found.
At the time of Carney's death, four campsites were found not far from the Pilot truck stop in Phoenix. Carney frequented the truck stop in the weeks before his death, often eating and charging his cell phone there. 


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A reward is offered to the person with the correct information that will lead to the arrest & conviction of the Person(s) responsible for his death.

 Troy Dean Carney, 44, was discovered at his campsite.
Nine days after Troy was found, a fire swept though the area where he had been camping. Investigators determined the fire was intentionally set by someone trying to destroy the scene of the crime. If you have information, please call Jackson County Sheriff. (541)774-8333

 DO YOU KNOW THIS MASK ? IT WAS LEFT NEAR TROY...

 

 

~ REWARD, REWARD,   IN THE TROY CARNEY MURDER CASE ~

 

 

 

 As written  by Troy's family:

 

The families will be seeking the death penalty.

                     

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 " Troy was waiting for work, he was camping near the pilot truck stop in Central Point Oregon, he was murdered while he slept in his sleeping bag. Troy never put up a fight, because he didn't see what was coming. Troy worked as a "Lumper" traveling from the east coast to the west coast loading & unloading Tractor trailers. He called him mom from Idaho & said, since he was so close to OR. he decided to visit a long time friend in the Central Point, Medford area. He was camped out seven day's cause he would wait to get on with a truck that halued funiture cause it paid more. Troy was not a drug user and at the time he was found his site was left basically undisturbed. He had a cell phone that had not been stolen and his wallet was still inside his shoe. The murder took place quickly and quietly. No witnesses were to be found at that time. That night on Sept 5, 2008 9:30pm, the Sheriff's Dept called to tell me Troy was found late afternoon on Sept 4, 2008, 7 pm by a passerby. They said there was no trace of drugs or alcohol in his system. Troy was killed the evening Sept 1, Labor Day sometime after midnight and before 4:am on Sept 2nd. His body was off a path that leads away from the Bear Creek Greenway between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road. They believe he was murdered by someone he had just met & comfortable being around. Troy was supposed to leave town that next morning. People they questioned said Troy was a bit of a loner but very friendly nice guy. Ben Danial Sephens was camped near Troy at the time of his death. Stephens was arrested on August 7, 2009 for the Murder of Cody Wade Bruce. The Judge sentenced him to serve ten years... If you have any information on Troy Dean Carney's Unsolved Homicide Please contact us here at our toll free number 1-888-409-7060 or coldcasepublicunit@gmail.com He was Found murdered September 4, 2008, near Central Point, OR. His image was recorded on survelliance photos at the PILOT truck stop on Sept. 1, 2008. Troy was shot in the head at close range while sleeping in his sleeping bag. In mid August 2008, Troy desided to set up camp near the Pilot truck stop in hopes of finding work again on another truck as a lumper. While waiting to get work on another truck, he was helping out truckers at the PILOT truck stop. He was searching for a lumper job to be back on the road. He planned to leave for Portland, Oregon area that week. Troy traveled the United States as a 'lumper'. A lumper is someone who helps truckers load and unload their trucks. He had been to every state except Alaska. He had said, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. Troy was very friendly, giving and talkative. He would walk up to anyone on the Street, introduce himself and start talking your ear off. "

 

 FROM TRAVELING AND LIVING

TO Murdered ...no one had the right !

 

 

Troy did not know it is not safe to camp on the Greeway

 2/24/2011

State grant will go to repairs

 on greenway

Jackson County has won a $1.26 million state grant to replace almost eight miles of the Bear Creek Greenway that has degraded over almost 40 years of pounding beneath the feet and bicycle tires of its users.

The money came last week from the Oregon Transportation Commission and will allow county crews to tear up the oldest sections of the Greenway and replace them this summer

The replaced stretches will be through Medford between Crater Lake Highway and Barnett Road, the stretch south of Talent and a less than a mile stretch in Ashland, said John Vial, the county's roads and parks manager.

These sections were some of the original pieces of the Greenway built in the early 1970s, but they suffer from cracks and upheavals caused by roots pushing up the pavement.

"Parts of the trail have reached a point that we can't patch it and we can't keep putting Band-Aids on it," Vial said.

The sections will be torn up and rebuilt in a fashion that should minimize future damage from roots, Vial said.

The money was part of nearly $20 million the commission approved for projects competing through its new Flexible Fund Program.

The program was created at the direction of the 2009 Oregon Legislature as a way to fund nonhighway transportation projects such as bicycle and pedestrian paths and other alternative forms of transit.

This round of funded projects range from projects such as the Greenway to park-and-ride lots and are spread statewide, state transportation officials said.

The winning projects were reviewed by an advisory committee. The only other Southern Oregon project funded was $813,000 for a path near a duck pond in Roseburg.

The money came from the Federal Highway Administration's Surface Transportation Program and did not reduce current funding levels from other programs, according to a state transportation news release.

 

MAYBE SOME SAFETY SIGNS AND COMMON SENSE ISSUES COULD BE ADDRESSED ?

 

 

TROY'S FAMILY OFFERS A REWARD TOO

 

Reward offered in unsolved

Greenway

killing

http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090522/NEWS/905220338&cid=sitesearch

CENTRAL POINT- MAY 2009 — Police hope a $5,000 reward will help them solve the murder of a 44-year-old man found dead inside his sleeping bag along the Bear Creek Greenway late last summer.

Jackson County sheriff's detectives have hit a wall in their investigation into the death of Troy Dean Carney, whose body was found Sept. 4 hidden in brush between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road.

When officials from the Carole Sund/Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation contacted the department offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case, sheriff's detectives were happy to cooperate.

"We certainly do appreciate the assistance and hope the money inspires someone to come forward," Jackson County sheriff's Detective Sgt. Colin Fagan said.

Money provided by the foundation has helped police across the country solve tough cases over the years.

According to the foundation's Web site, rewards offered by the fund have been instrumental in locating nine missing persons, the arrest of 37 murder suspects, three kidnappers and one person charged with the murder of a police officer.

The foundation has paid $272,600 in rewards to people who have dropped tips to police to close those cases.

The origins of the Sund/Carrington foundation date to 1999, when Carole Sund, Juli Sund and Silvia Pelosso disappeared while hiking in Yosemite National Park. They later were found murdered in the park.

A reward posted by Carole Sund's parents, Francis and Carole Carrington, led to a break in the case.

Their belief in the value of cash rewards inspired the Carringtons to create the fund to help police officers crack homicide and missing person cases.

The Carney murder has sent detectives deep into the world of homeless people who live in temporary camps along the Bear Creek Greenway. Such people rarely stay in one place for any length of time, so pinning down a suspect has been difficult, Fagan said.

"We have spoken with several people who were camped near the spot where Mr. Carney was found and have not come away with a suspect," Fagan said.

Police have not released details of the manner in which Carney was killed.

At the time of Carney's death, four camps were hidden in the blackberry bushes not far from the Pilot truck stop in Phoenix. Carney frequented the truck stop in the weeks before his death, often eating and taking showers there.

Detectives found a mask of the Marvel Comics character Wolverine in one of the campsites. They managed to track down the owner of the mask and determined he had nothing to do with Carney's death, Fagan said.

Carney had lived in the Rogue Valley years ago, but during the past decade had traveled the country with truckers. He worked as a "lumper," loading and unloading trucks and riding along with the drivers, Fagan said.

"There is a possibility someone who he had contact with at the Pilot truck stop might have had a hand in Mr. Carney's death," Fagan said.

On Sept. 14, someone set a fire that burned the empty camp sites. Fagan believes the fire was intentionally set by the killer to cover up evidence and keep detectives away.

All detectives can do now is wait for someone with insight into Carney's last days to contact them with information that could turn up a suspect, Fagan said.

The beginning of the terrible end. No one had the right.

CENTRAL POINT — Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man found Thursday night inside a sleeping bag along the Bear Creek Greenway in Central Point.

Jackson County Sheriff Mike Winters would not speculate on what may have led to the man's death. The body was delivered to the Jackson County Medical Examiner's Office Friday for an autopsy. The results of the autopsy could be returned sometime today, Winters said. 

"It is a suspicious case that we will be spending a lot of time on," Winters said. "Right now we don't know anything about the victim, including his name, age or where he is from."

At about 7 p.m. Thursday, deputies received a call from a passerby reporting a body inside a sleeping bag. The body was off a path that leads away from the Greenway between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road, Winters said.

Winters said the man was most likely a transient who was living along the Greenway.

The sheriff's department received help from detectives with Medford police, Eagle Point police and Oregon State Police as part of the Jackson County Major Crimes Team, a multi-agency unit usually brought into homicide investigations.

The body discovery added another tangle to the sheriff's department's already busy schedule. The agency has committed detectives to the suspicious death of a man found badly burned inside a cabin on Dead Indian Memorial Road early Thursday. Police suspect arson was involved in the cabin fire.

The sheriff's department's job could be made a little easier following its sweep of the Greenway two weeks ago. During the operation, deputies took pictures of transients living along the bike and pedestrian path and made notes of all names, telling body marks and tattoos and collected numbers of next of kin.

The sweep was intended to make it easier for detectives to identify transients who have died from natural or other causes along the Greenway when no identification is present, Winters said.

"It sometimes takes us months to identify a body found there," Winters said. "By establishing the ID list we can possibly cut down on manpower time and free up the detectives for other crimes."

The major crimes team will remain split between the two crime scenes until there is a break in either case.

"It's nice that the agencies in this county can work so well together," Winters said.

*** YET , MIKE WINTERS HAS REFUSED TO EVER MEET WITH, EMAIL,  RETURN-CALLS ,  SPEAK  TO, OR CONTACT TROY'S GRIEVING FAMILY ***

 

 

A YEAR LATER, AN UNDISCLOSED LINK REVEALED

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Investigators in southern Oregon believe a pair of murders are linked, but have been unable to prove the victims knew each other.

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says 46-year-old David Lewis was found inside his burnt home on Sept. 4, 2008 -- the same day 44-year-old truck lumper, Troy Carney was discovered dead from a gunshot wound at his campsite.

Days after Carney's death, a fire swept though the area where he had been camping. Investigators decided the fire was intentionally set to destroy the scene of the crime.

Detective Sgt. Colin Fagan says Lewis and Carney lived different lives, but were killed on the same day with both crime scenes marred by fire. He says police can't ignore the commonality.

"   Link sought in unsolved murders

September 23, 2009

Police believe the murders of an Ashland man living on Dead Indian Road and a truck-lumper  camping out along the Bear Creek Greenway last September might be linked.

A little over a year has passed since David E. Lewis, 46, was found inside his burnt home in the 12800 block of Dead Indian Memorial Road and Troy Dean Carney, 44, was discovered at his campsite, the victim of a gunshot wound.

Nine days after Carney was found a fire swept though the area where he had been camping. Investigators determined the fire was intentionally set by someone trying to destroy the scene of the crime.

"We find two men killed by homicidal violence on the same day and both scenes were covered by fire," Jackson County Sheriff's Detective Sgt. Colin Fagan said. "We cannot ignore the commonality here."

In addition, sheriff's investigators believe they have discovered a piece of evidence linking both crimes, but they decline to specify what it is.

"We need to keep that to ourselves so we know good tips from bogus ones," Fagan said. "If someone gives us that information we know we are onto something."

However, investigators have yet to find a link between to the victims.

Despite spending hundreds of man hours pursuing leads in the cases, detectives have yet to prove Carney and Lewis knew each other.

"We are fairly certain these two never spoke to each other when they were alive," Fagan said.

By releasing the information that the crimes might be linked, detectives are hoping someone might contract the department with information connecting the victims.

"Maybe we are overlooking something," Fagan said.

The men led different lifestyles.

Lewis had deep roots in the local community. He was a longtime area resident, known for protecting the land and helping neighbors., according to his family.

Investigators suspect someone ventured up the long driveway to his secluded mountaintop cabin, then had come inside and killed him. Detectives aren't disclosing how Lewis died. They also note that the total destruction of the cabin has eliminated much evidence.

Investigators haven't turned up a motive or suspect in the death of Carney, who was also found dead Sept. 4. Carney's body was found in a sleeping bag off a path that leads away from the Bear Creek Greenway between the Central Point freeway interchange and Table Rock Road. He had been shot at close range a few days earlier.

Carney had lived in the Rogue Valley a decade ago and had recently returned. In the interim he had worked as a "lumper," loading and unloading trucks and riding along with drivers.

"They lived different lives, but we cannot ignore the similarities in their deaths," Fagan said. "These have been long, exhausting investigations."

The sheriff's department is asking the public's assistance in providing information which links the victims. Tips can be left anonymously at the sheriff's at 774-8333 "

 

FAMILY SEARCHES TO FIND JUSTICE & ANSWERS

 Never relenting, Troy's loving family has continued their search for justice.

 No mother  should ever  have to face the  horrific  murder of  a deeply-loved  son.

 Troy was a friend to many, beloved  brother, considerate grandson,  cousin and son.  He was dearly loved and is greatly missed.  He will not be forgotten and he will always be remembered, his family will make sure of that !  He camped on the Greenway in Central Point, Oregon; thinking it was safe, beautiful and traveling &  camping under the Oregon stars of summer 2008.

His murder must be solved and all those involved held fully accountable.

 No one had the right to take away Troy's life. 

FOLLOWING ARE  WEBSITES  CREATED IN HONOR,  MEMORY AND SEARCH FOR JUSTICE FOR TROY  BY HIS MOTHER &  SUPPORT-TEAM  FAMILY:

 

MY SPACE: JUSTICE 4 TROY

 http://www.myspace.com/justice4troy

 

TROY DEAN CARNEY:  GONE TOO SOON

http://troy-dean-carney.gonetoosoon.org/

 

 TROY DEAN CARNEY, UNSOLVED MURDER 9/4/08:

WEBSLEUTHS CRIME SLEUTHING COMMUNITY:

 http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77709

 

HELP FIND THE MISSING.ORG/ ANSWERS FOR TROY CARNEY MURDER

 http://helpfindthemissing.org/forum/archive/index.php/t-10004.html

 

OREGON LIVE.COM // CARNEY

http://topics.oregonlive.com/tag/troy%20dean%20carney/index.html

 

WHO MURDERED MY SON, COLD CASE PUBLIC UNIT:

http://coldcasepublicunit.ning.com/video/who-murdered-troy-dean-carney

 

JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REQUESTING INFORMATION:

 http://www.co.jackson.or.us/Files/08-16661_Mask.pdf

 

 NO MAN HAS THE RIGHT TO TAKE ANOTHER'S LIFE.

JUSTICE FOR TROY in  2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016! !

 

TROY WAS NOT  A HOMELESS MAN.

TROY CARNEY THOUGHT THE GREENWAY WAS A SAFE PLACE TO CAMP.

 HE WAS A TRUCK-LUMPER TRAVELING TO SEE THE USA.

 THERE WERE NO WARNING SIGNS THAT THE GREENWAY WAS NOT SAFE.

 OTHERWISE,  HE WOULD NOT HAVE STOPPED THERE.

 

 http://kdrv.com/news/local/168327

 

NEWS REPORT 2010 NEVER MENTIONS THAT A MAN WAS MURDERED !!!

 THIS SHOWS THE WORST OF THE GREENWAY, IT IS ACTUALLY A VERY BEAUTIFUL SPOT AND ANYONE PASSING MIGHT CONSIDER IT A PLACE TO CAMP IN THE WIDE OPEN BEAUTY OF OREGON.

 

 

 

  $ 2500   Reward Offered

 On September 4th, 2008, a suspicious death was reported to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.   After a preliminary investigation, his death was determined to be a homicide.

Troy Dean Carney, date of birth 08/26/64, was found deceased on September 4th, 2008 in his campsite on the Bear Creek Greenway.

 Investigators determined that Carney died as a result of being shot with a firearm. 

Carney was camping on the Bear Creek Greenway just south of Central Point (Carney frequented the Central Point Pilot Truck Stop). 

Nine days after Carney’s body was found, a fire swept through the area where Carney had been camping.  Investigators determined the fire to be the result of Arson.

 

 

Investigators from the Jackson County Major Assault and Death Investigative Unit, led by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, have diligently investigating Carney's murder. The homicide case  remains under investigation.

 

 

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from the media and the public to provide further information reg Troy Dean Carney through known associates or other means.  A $2500 reward has been offered in this case for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible. Anyone with any information is asked to please call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 541-774-8333.

 

 Troy's Family said:

 Reward Offered
The Murder Of Troy Carney.

Jan 8, 2011

$2500 REWARD OFFERED
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT
 
ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IN ANY STATE.