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Cold comfort: Jeffco's cold-case investigator looks into the past to solve murders

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By AJ Vicens

Judy Pillman, a 24-year-old Denver woman, got out of a car on Oct. 16, 1986, just east of downtown on her way to an alcoholics anonymous meeting.

She was never seen alive again.

Her body was found 10 days later in an overgrown ravine on the west side of Chatfield Reservoir. Investigators back then were unable to find her killer and could never provide her family with answers.

Pillman's murder is one of nearly 40 cold cases under review by Jefferson County sheriff's Investigator Cheryl Moore, the lone member of the Cold Case Unit.


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