ASHLAND, Ore. — Today marks the two year anniversary of David Grubbs’ death. Flowers and ornaments still sit on the Ashland bike path where David Grubbs was found dead, nearly decapitated.
Police have received hundreds of tips throughout the last two years, but have no suspects, stating this case is an active investigation.
Two years have passed, but David Grubbs’ memory lives on through people who ran into him at work or those who heard about his death. Walking on the bike path isn’t an option any longer for many residents.
Ashland Police have received hundreds of tips throughout the years and examined multiple murder weapons. After looking through dozens of weapons, police are still not closer to a lead in the case, but the community has faith the suspect will be found. In this open investigation, federal investigators are continuing to assist the Ashland Police Department.
The community is coming together to support Grubbs’ family. On Saturday, at Club 66, employees plan to hold a raffle with prizes. The money will go toward Grubbs’ music scholarship set up through Ashland High School. It’s from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., at 1951 Ashland Street.