Herman Lee Hobbs hired Holly Ann Campiglia to do a cold case

Left: Holly Ann Campiglia. Right: Herman Lee Hobbs. (Images via Solano County Sheriff’s Office)

California lawmakers say they have solved the cold case of a woman whose body was discovered in a cornfield more than 40 years ago.

In August 1980, two field workers in Solano County found the body of a woman in a field in unincorporated Dixon, about 20 miles southwest of Sacramento. According to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office, her cause of death was listed as multiple shots to the head and neck, but for more than 10 years she remained unidentified — listed only as “Jane Doe” in county records. Solano County is north of Oakland and southwest of downtown Sacramento.

The victim was identified in 1992 as Holly Ann Campiglia, a 21-year-old from New Jersey, according to the sheriff’s office. In 2021, her family asked the Solano County Sheriff’s Office to review the case and resubmit all original evidence for DNA analysis.

https://lawandcrime.com/crime/convicted-murderer-identified-as-suspect-in-1980-cold-case-of-21-year-old-n-j-woman-found-shot-in-the-head-in-california/ Herman Lee Hobbs hired Holly Ann Campiglia to do a cold case


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