Authorities have confirmed that the remains of a fugitive wanted in the 1980 slaying of a Pennsylvania police chief have been found buried in a yard in MA.
Gregory Adams was the chief of police for Saxonburg when he stopped Webb at the Agway in Saxonburg on Butler Road.
Lillian Webb, the fugitive's ex-wife, won't be prosecuted in the investigation.
"Webb was a jewel thief. there was a jewelry store in Saxonburg, and that is probably what he was casing", said FBI Special Agent Lawrence Likar told CNN in 1999.
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The white Mercury Cougar Webb was believed to be driving was found later that month in Rhode Island.An arrest warrant was issued in 1980 and Webb was listed on the FBI's 10 most wanted list from 1981 to 2007.
"They're elated that the long blue line has held true for 37 years and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the state police in MA, the state police in Pennsylvania, local police officials, prosecutors in MA and Pennsylvania have all stuck together", King said in a phone interview from Pennsylvania. Webb has been a fugitive since Adams was shot.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in MA positively identified the remains of Donald Eugene Webb in MA. Webb was a career criminal living in New Bedford, Massachusetts, at the time.
"Although it's unfortunate Mr. Webb will never be brought to justice to pay for his crimes, we're hopeful the family can find some closure in knowing that this alleged murderer has been located", he added.
"I feel sorry for her".
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Investigators believe Adams was beaten and shot to death by Webb while performing a routine traffic stop.
Lillian Webb had nothing to say as she drove back to her Dartmouth house Friday afternoon. "She's guilty of that", Jones said.
"What appear to be human remains have been discovered", Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn said.
Webb's remains were found buried in the back of the property located at 28 Maplecrest Drive, North Dartmouth. State police in MA and Pennsylvania also were on hand for the dig.
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