Remains have been found in Darmouth, MA and the Federal Bureau of Investigation believes the remains belong to Donald Webb, the suspect who murdered Saxonburg's chief of police in cold blood back in December of 1980.
Last month, lawyer Thomas King III filed a notice in court saying the police chief's widow, Mary Ann Jones planned to sue Lillian Webb and her adult son for civil conspiracy claims.
Authorities carry lighting equipment to the backyard of the home of Lillian Webb, wife of fugitive Donald Eugene Webb, in Dartmouth, Mass., Thursday, July 13, 2017. 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", Harold H. Shaw, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Boston Division said in a release sent to 22News. A report by the Associated Press says Webb's wife, Lillian, led investigators to her husband's remains in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
Investigators believe Adams shot Webb in the leg before he sped away from the deadly traffic stop December 4, 1980.
King said that while Adams' widow and her sons are sad to have to relive painful memories, they are relieved the mystery has come to a close.
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The remains of a fugitive wanted in the 1980 slaying of a Pennsylvania police chief were recovered from the back of the MA home of his former wife, USA authorities said on Friday.
The FBI announced Friday that remains of one of agency's most-wanted fugitives have been located after a 37-year search.
"They didn't forget him - they honored the chief and despite how many years it took, the final result that's proven today - that that's Donald Eugene Webb - is a result of a lot of unbelievable work by law enforcement".
"I feel sorry for her".
Saxonburg Mayor Bill Gillespie confirmed Friday that the remains found Thursday were Webb. The cause listed in the paperwork is "desertion".