Remains Found in N. Dartmouth Identified as 37-year Fugitive

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Jul/15/2017

A decades-long search for a fugitive charged in the 1980 killing of a Pennsylvania police chief came to a dramatic end Friday as authorities positively identified remains found buried in a Massachusetts yard as the man they have long suspected in the fatal shooting.  The remains were found as a result of an illegal gambling probe involing the mobster’s son. 

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