Thursday, May 13, 2010

Letters, Arts and Sciences brings cold case homicide investigator to campus

Metro State's School of Letters, Arts, and Sciences is bring cold case homicide investigator Linda Holloway to the Tivoli, room 320, for a “Lunch & Learn” event, Wed., May 19, from 12-2 p.m. In 1991, Holloway served as the lead detective for the Ft. Collins Police Department’s investigation of the 1987 murder of Peggy Hettrick. Tim Masters was arrested, convicted and sentenced to life in prison for this crime. Holloway was instrumental in initiating an expanded DNA testing process that ultimately led to Tim Masters being released after serving nearly 10 years in prison. Alumni are welcome to attend. Click here for more info.

To read the full history of the Tim Masters case, click here.

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