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Re: Obit or Article look up
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: June 11, 2010 at 12:34:00
In Reply to: Obit or Article look up by Kathy Lamm of 261

Lawton Constitution
Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma

August 25, 1976
Page 4
Mt. Scott Death Probe Continues
Investigation is continuing in the death of a Fort Sill man found in his car atop Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. An autopsy on the body of Sgt. DAVID A. OLIVER, 27, of 614 Arlington, was performed at Comanche County Memorial Hospital. A toxicology examination is now being performed by the state medical examiner’s staff at Oklahoma City. Authorities speculate test results should be available later in the week. No apparent motive has been established concerning cause of death, although authorities have not ruled out the possibilities of drug overdose.


September 16, 1976
Page 41
Overdose Listed as Cause of Death
A drug overdose has been listed as the cause of death for a Fort Sill man whose body was found Aug. 24 in his car on Mt. Scott in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, officials say. District attorney DON BEAUCHAMP said an autopsy performed here and a toxicology examination preformed by the state medical examiner’s staff reveals that Sgt. DAVID A. OLIVER, 27, had bronchial pneumonia but died from an overdose of secobardital. Oliver was assigned to the 45th Battalion, 31st Infantry, and lived in the 600 block of Arlington at the time of his death.


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