Possible human remains recovered in search for fugitive

Posted July 16, 2017

Webb was wanted related to the 1980 murder of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, Police Chief Gregory Adams who was shot twice at close range after being brutally beaten with a blunt instrument, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.

Donald Eugene Webb, the career criminal whose remains were unearthed Thursday from his former wife's back yard in Dartmouth, was a desperate man in the weeks leading up to his fatal encounter with a police chief in Saxonburg, Pa.

The FBI and state police from MA and Pennsylvania gathered Thursday at the Dartmouth home of Webb's wife and began a dig in the yard. Webb then Adams, fatally wounding him.

The remains of a long-time fugitive who once topped the FBI's Most Wanted list have been recovered in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. The FBI said it had notified Adams' family of the discovery of Webb's remains.

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Last month, the Post-Gazette reported that a secret room had been found inside Webb's ex-wife's home.

Webb, then 49, was a jewelry thief from MA with connections to the New England mob.

Authorities have begun a dig in a MA yard to search for evidence in a decadeslong quest to find a fugitive wanted in the slaying of a Pennsylvania police chief in 1980.

It was 1980 when authorities believe Donald Webb, a jewel thief with ties to organized crime, shot and killed Chief Adams during a traffic stop.

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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.

Thirty-seven years later, his ex-wife Lillian Webb showed police on Thursday where her ex-husband was buried in her backyard in Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

"For nearly 37 years, the family of Chief Adams and the citizens of Saxonburg have been awaiting news of Donald Eugene Webb's whereabouts".

"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. Gregg Miliote, a spokesman for the Bristol County District Attorney's Office in MA said Webb's cause of death has not yet been determined, but it "does not appear his death was the result of a violent act". "I would punch her for what she put my family through".

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Saxonburg police Chief Joe Beachem and Mayor Bill Gillespie were driving back to Saxonburg from Lillian Webb's home in MA as the news of the remains being identified came in. The cause listed in the paperwork is "desertion".