Related CoverageBOSTON, Mass. (WPRI) – The FBI has released new photos of a New England mob associate who is wanted for killing a police chief four decades ago. Donald Eugene Webb, who would be 85 years old now, has been on the run after the 1980 shooting death of Saxonburg, Penn., Police Chief Gregory Adams. The FBI believes Webb murdered Adams then vanished. On Thursday, the FBI released photos of Webb in an effort to try and end a long-running mystery.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Mike and Claudia Swiader’s first-born daughter, Krista, was just starting kindergarten when her little brother, Adam, was diagnosed with autism. “They said I’m sorry you’ll be lucky if he can bag groceries when he grows up, and I remember looking at Mike and saying ‘oh my God,'” said Claudia Swiader.
Related CoveragePITTSBURGH (WPRI) – The widow of a Pennsylvania police chief gunned down in the 1980s is suing the accused killer – a Rhode Island mob associate – and his family, claiming federal investigators discovered a “secret room” that may have been used to hide the suspect. Donald Eugene Webb is accused of shooting Saxonburg Police Chief Gregory Adams twice in the chest during a traffic stop on Dec. 4, 1980.
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