Missing Person California David Kempker
David Kemper has been missing from Concord, California since March 12, 2018 between 12 a.m. and 3 a.m. His truck was found abandoned in the Sherman Island area off Highway 160 by the authorities.
His vest was found, also.
It is a large area where David might be and much of it is muddy. Volunteers have been searching the area for days looking for David.
David’s mother Janis Descalzo told KTVU, she has always doubted the story that her son and some acquaintances went to Sherman Island in the Delta for early-morning fishing, but became separated. The companions returned to Concord without Kempker, whose truck was found a few days later, with no sign of him, and no fishing poles, “I have never met the people he was with, never talked to them, and I would not call them friends,” said Kempker’s mother.
The Find David K Facebook page posted:
“It’s been 21 days now since anybody has last seen or heard from Our Good friend david! His truck was found abandoned in the sherman island area off hwy 160. If Anybody knows of or saw any suspicious activity in the area on or around March 12th 2018 Please Contact JANIS DESCALZO @ 925-689-8660.”
There were many people that attended a candlelight vigil for David in March.
The family has started a GoFundMe account to gather money to hire a private investigator. The public is encouraged to call the Concord Police Dept. at 925-603-5836 if anyone has information regarding Kempker’s whereabouts. There is a $2,000 reward for information on his whereabouts.
David is 6 feet tall with brown hair and eyes. If you see him, please call the police or 911.
Late Dec 2018 and Jan 2019 four tips came in stating David was seen in Martinez, California and he appeared to be homeless; however, no photo was ever taken of this person.
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