Part five in a serialization of interviews published on the 26th anniversary of the brutal murder of Donna Johnson:
Herman Coffey volunteered to look for his neighbor Donna Johnson after he heard she was missing. He ultimately found her body at about 7:20 p.m.
“I am very aware of the anniversary of Donna’s death. It is like yesterday to me.
“I still get mad. Whoever did it came right between me and (then sheriff, now deceased) Frank Monaghan. It was raining so hard you couldn’t see one car length.
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