Detectives Solve 20-Year-Old Cold Case Only to Learn the Killer Was Working Right Alongside Them

Circumstances Seemed Straightforward

Los Angeles detectives arrived at the Los Angeles condominium complex on the evening of February 24, 1986. Lloyd Mayer, the lead homicide detective, began piecing together what he could from the crime scene: burglars entered through the front door, which was unlocked. One began stockpiling goods while the other ran into Sherri upstairs. A fight ensued, resulting in the 29-year-old nurse’s death.


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