SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah, Oct. 10, 2020 (Gephardt Day by day) — An arrest has been made within the cold-case homicide of bookstore proprietor Sherry Black.
The 64-year-old girl was discovered overwhelmed to dying inside her South Salt Lake enterprise on Nov. 5, 2020.
Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera introduced the arrest — however no further particulars such because the arrestee’s identify — in a press release launched Saturday afternoon.
“The Unified Police Division (UPD) has arrested a suspect within the Sherry Black case,” Rivera’s assertion says. “The case can be screened with Salt Lake County District Lawyer’s Workplace (DA) early subsequent week.
“At roughly 1:43 p.m. on Nov. 5, 2010 Ms. Black, age 64, was discovered overwhelmed and stabbed to dying in her enterprise, B&W Billiards & Books positioned at 3466 S. 700 East in South Salt Lake. South Salt Lake Police Division (SSLPD) initiated a murder investigation, with no indicators of theft or motive the investigation ultimately went chilly.”
The South Salt Lake Police Division invited UPD’s Chilly Case Unit to help the investigation in 2013. UPD grew to become the lead company in 2018.
“Throughout this time our businesses collaborated to evaluation the proof, discover new leads, and interview witnesses,” Rivera’s assertion says. “The diligent work of the detectives from each businesses over the past 10 years has resulted in at this time’s arrest.
“I wish to thank the detectives, investigators, and plenty of others from UPD, SSLPD, DA, the Utah Crime Lab, and Parabon Nanolabs for working collectively in widespread pursuit of justice for the Black household. Fixing chilly instances like this one is feasible, partly, resulting from technological developments.”
Gephardt Day by day can have extra info as particulars are launched.
In 2017, UPD introduced preliminary progress within the case, and a “DNA snapshot” of their suspect. To learn that article, click on right here.