On Oct. 4, 2018, Cameron boarded a flight to Billings, Montana to attend the wedding of a college. The same day, he attended a bachelor party at a rural property. On Nov. 5, 2018, other attendees of the party left the rural residence to drive into...
On Oct. 4, 2018, Cameron boarded a flight to Billings, Montana to attend the wedding of a college. The same day, he attended a bachelor party at a rural property. On Nov. 5, 2018, other attendees of the party left the rural residence to drive into town, and returned around midnight.
When they returned, Cameron was not where they claimed to have left him. Partygoers claimed Cameron continued to drink at the party and then went to sleep outside. A group of men then went into town leaving Cameron behind.
When the friends arrived back to the property, they didn't see Cameron. They thought he had found different accommodations. Cameron would never be seen alive again. Yet, no one called the police or the family immediately after Cameron vanished. And when he didn't show up for the October 6 wedding, everyone knew Cameron was in trouble.
Cameron never showed up for the Oct. 6 wedding, for which he was supposed to be a groomsman. The ceremony and reception continued as planned, according to Marion. On November 3, 2018, Cameron's body was recovered from Pryor Creek.
On Nov. 3, 2018 – nearly one month after he was allegedly last seen alive – Cameron’s body was recovered from Pryor Creek. Although the circumstances of Cameron's death were suspicious, law enforcement immediately closed the case and claimed Cameron was intoxicated and wandered into the pond where he drowned. The problem was there was no water in his lungs. How does one drown without water being in the lungs?
The official ruling by the medical examiner was an accidental death due to cold water immersion in association with cocaine and alcohol use, according to the report.
Also, there was blood on Cameron's clothing and someone had placed sawdust inside Cameron's clothing. The sawdust was allegedly placed on Cameron to breakdown the body faster. Cameron's finger was cut off and his college ring was taken. And the boots recovered from his body didn't fit him. So where did Cameron's boots go?
The Collin family said law enforcement has refused to re-open the case as either a homicide or undetermined. Family members believe Cameron was the victim of foul play and his body was thrown into the creek.
If you have any tips about Cameron's death, please forward them to his family through their Facebook page titled Cam Collin Updates. They will then forward the tips to law enforcement.
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