It’s a crime that may never be solved.
Ten years ago this month, a federal prosecutor was found dead in a Brecknock Township stream, within earshot of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Jonathan Luna, 38, an assistant U.S. attorney in Baltimore, had been stabbed 36 times and his throat had been slit, but he actually died by drowning in the shallow water.
The Lancaster County coroner ruled it a homicide. Luna’s boss vowed to find the killer. A $100,000 reward was posted by the FBI.