Missing Age: 29 Years

Sex: Male

Height: 5′ 9″ (69 Inches)

Weight: 145 lbs

Race / Ethnicity: White / Caucasian

Date of Last Contact: January 19, 2005

NamUs Case Created: July 15, 2013

Location: Watonga, Oklahoma

County: Blaine County

Circumstances of Disappearance: Two individuals are serving life without parole for Nimmo’s murder. Murderer confessed to throwing body into water in northwest Oklahoma.

(From The Oklahoman) WATONGA Suspect sought in man’s disappearance

Authorities have identified a suspect wanted in the disappearance of an Enid man six months ago.

Police believe Michael Wayne Wood, 29, of Newalla was involved in the disappearance of Donovan Quay Nimmo, 29 of Enid, who police think is dead, based on interviews with Wood’s girlfriend. Nimmo was tied with an electric cord and dumped from a bridge in Canadian County, she told investigators. Police believe Nimmo is dead, but don’t know when or how he died.

Jennifer Marie Durbin, 27 of Watonga, Wood’s girlfriend, was arrested March 24 on a complaint of possession of a firearm while on felony probation, according to a search warrant affidavit filed July 12. After her arrest, she told Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents she and Wood coaxed Nimmo to her residence in Watonga on Jan. 19.

The two assaulted Nimmo, the affidavit states. Nimmo was tied with an electrical cord and placed into the trunk of his car and wrapped in a burlap sack and bedsheet and dumped from a bridge.

A consent search of Durbin’s former residence in Watonga on March 15 revealed blood and evidence of attempted evidence destruction, the affidavit states. A search of Nimmo’s car, which had been found on a dirt road southeast of Watonga, revealed a rag with blood and blood on the car’s outside.

Physical Description

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

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