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Christine Marie Salley, 41, also gave authorities information that helped them identify a man buried with her mom in a shallow California desert grave 40 years ago. A Virginia woman searching for her biological mom helped investigators crack a year-old cold case, allowing them to confirm that her mother was the ly unidentified victim of a murder. But she wanted to find her biological parents, and in she hired a private investigator to help her.
The investigator found adoption paperwork that identified Salley's biological mother as Pamela Dianne Duffey.
In December GEDmatch suggested a parent-child relationship between Salley and a DNA sample ed by investigators of a woman whose body was discovered in a shallow desert grave in November in Ludlow, Calif. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage?
An archaeologist had found the grave, which contained the bodies of two homicide victims, the female and a male.
Autopsies indicated they had died from a combination of gunshot wounds and blunt force trauma. But both were naked, and there was no identification found at the gravesite, frustrating investigators who had no idea who they were.
After learning about Salley's match, San Bernardino County investigators contacted her. She gave them her biological mother's name, then provided another DNA sample that was analyzed by the California Department of Justice — and this month, tests confirmed a match and positively ID'd the female victim as Duffywho was 21 when she died.
As for the other victim, Salley said she'd learned that her mother, before going missing, associated with a man known as "Digger Lane. Investigators who couldn't locate a "Digger Lane" nonetheless researched the approximate prison release date of a man named Lane, and came up with William Everette Lane, whose arrest reports gave a home address in Jacksonville, Fla.
Using that address, investigators tracked down several Lane family members, including Lane's biological mother, who provided DNA that also was sent to the California DOJ for testing.
This month that testing also confirmed Lane, 20, as the male victim. According to the sheriff's office, Neal lived in Ludlow around the time of the murders, but shortly afterward moved with his wife and young daughter to Mississippi, where he murdered his brother, then raped and killed a year-old niece and her year-old friend.
Those victims were discovered in February He was convicted of the crimes and sentenced to death in California investigators repeatedly tried to interview Neal in relation to the Ludlow murders, but not until did they succeed, finally questioning him in a Mississippi prison. He then brought the two to his residence, where he became involved in an argument with the male. After doing so, Neal continued his advances toward the female. Investigators believe Neal sexually assaulted her then killed her.
Neal then transported the victims to an isolated desert area south of Highway 66, dug a shallow grave, and disposed of the bodies. About eight years after Neal was sentenced for the Mississippi murders, the Mississippi Court of Appeals commuted his death sentence to three life terms, which he is currently serving. FB Tweet More. Pamela Dianne Duffy. Credit: San Bernardino Sheriff's Office.
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Howard Neal. Credit: San Bernardino County Sheriff. A suspect in the killings, Howard Neal, now 68, had long been on the radar of law enforcement. Close in. All rights reserved. Close this dialog window View image.San bernardino va usa naked wife mature
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