Man Wanted By FBI For 37 YEARS For BUTCHERING Cop Just Discovered BURIED In Wife’s Backyard

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The remains of Donald Eugene Webb, a fugitive accused of killing a police chief in 1980, were discovered in a yard in Massachusetts, authorities confirmed on Friday. (Reuters)


The remains of a man wanted for the 1980 murder of a Pennsylvania police chief have been found buried in a yard behind a home during a search involving the FBI, the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Massachusetts State Police in Dartmouth.

The remains of Donald Eugene Webb were found on Thursday buried in the yard of a home owned by Webb’s ex-wife.

Authorities have been focusing their attention on the house for months. It’s home to the wife of a man police have been trying to find for nearly 37 years.

He was wanted in the fatal shooting of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania Police Chief Gregory Adams.

Investigators say Webb shot Adams during a traffic stop.

“I was 12 years old when he was murdered, I lived on the county on the other end of the county and all the adults were talking about it,” current Saxonburg Police Chief Joe Beachem told Boston 25.

“Getting in the field you can’t help but think about it through your career,” Beachem said.

Webb’s car was found in Warwick, Rhode Island after the murder.

Boston 25 News first reported on the potential break in the cold case last month after detectives got a tip about the house. During a search last month investigators discovered a hidden room and a cane.

He is believed to have died approximately 17 years ago but investigators wouldn’t confirm how.

Lillian Webb, the fugitive’s ex-wife, won’t be prosecuted in the investigation. She had led authorities to discover his body.

Strange. She’s not being charged with anything even though the killer has been in her backyard for 17 years?

God Bless.

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