PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) After years working the dangerous streets of Washington D.C. as a police officer and before that, a U.S. Marine Gregory Adams decided to take a job in a sleepy town 30 miles outside of Pittsburgh.
For seven years in the 1970s, Adams worked as one of just two cops in Saxonburg, Pa., a town of just 1,000 people. He eventually became the chief of police.
It was under his tenure the town was rocked by its first-ever homicide: his own.
What has followed in the 35 years since Adams was shot twice in the chest during a routine traffic stop has been an unsuccessful, international manhunt for a man with ties to the New England mob.
Donald Eugene Webb would be 84 years-old now, and rumors about wh…
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