The search could finally be over for the man suspected of killing Saxonburg Police Chief Gregory Adams back in 1980.
Investigators from Pennsylvania and Massachusetts spent the day Thursday digging in the backyard of Donald Webb’s ex-wife in the Bay State where they found what is believed to be human remains.
The remains might be Donald Webb, who is a longtime fugitive wanted for the murder of Adams. Webb shot and killed the police chief in December of 1980 in what started as a traffic stop.
If it’s not Webb, and he’s still alive, he’d be 85 years old. The murder of Chief Adams is the longest running cold-case involving a police chief in the country.