In 2006, the Adams County, Ill., coroner labeled the cause of Cory Lovelace's death "undetermined." The case was closed until 2012, when a newly-promoted Quincy detective reopened the case and uncovered what he believed was the cause of death: suffocation
Published: 2021-04-14 02:45 am
Maher to jurors: Would Curtis Lovelace have been convicted in 2006?

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