Moore Self Storage is shown Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, in Lewiston, Maine. State authorities are planning an autopsy on human remains found in a unit at the storage facility last week that may be those of a Holden, Maine, woman who vanished in 1983. (AP Photo/Sun Journal, Amber Waterman)
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A store owner who kept a woman’s body hidden in a storage unit in Lewiston refused a request to take a lie detector test 10 years after his girlfriend went missing, a retired state police detective said Wednesday.
Frank Julian declined to take a polygraph test while discussing Kitty Wardwell’s 1983 disappearance and didn’t seem to be interested in what had happened to her, said Joe Zamboni, who retired from the Maine State Police in 2004.
“The impression I got from Login to read more