Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 25, 2014

DA seeks help with cold case

WAGONER — Investigators with the District 27 District Attorney’s Office are asking for the public’s help in solving what they are calling a homicide cold case.

Jarret Clark was 18 years old when he left his home for a graduation party at Fort Gibson Lake on May 13, 2006. Clark, a Broken Arrow High School graduate, was reported missing when he did not return home for a Mother’s Day celebration on May 14, 2006. According to investigators, his body was discovered in the lake on three days later.

Investigators with the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office are still working the case, and District Attorney Brian Kuester has established a tip line.

Anyone with information about Clark’s death is asked to call (918) 845-7847 or email coldcase.tips@da27.org. Calls to the hotline can be anonymous.

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