The Stockton man thanks police for uncovering a cold case about his 1988 murder of his mother

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The son of a woman killed in 1988 in a cold case in Galta is grateful to investigators who say they have now uncovered the murder. “My mother was my champion. I was a child of the family, and I miss her to this day,” said Henry Hultgren. He is 78 years old, almost the same age as his mother when he lost her. Lucille Hultgren had just turned 79 when she was raped and killed at her home on Topolar Street, Galta police said. She was found dead on May 23, 1988. Her friends went to check on her after she did not go to church on Sunday. “Oh yes, they were lined up, and there was a van and a tape,” Sean Jacobs described to police. the scene when she returned home. Jacobs lives next door. She said she was in high school when it happened and knew Lucille and her husband, who died in October 1987. “Her husband died of Alzheimer’s disease, but they were both kind, loving people, and they adopted all the neighborhood children,” Jacobs said. “We were always welcomed into their house for cookies and lemonade in the summer, and I never heard her crossword puzzles. She was just very cute. ” Henry lives in Stockton and said he had just visited Lucille on Mother’s Day. before she was killed. “Thirty-four years, my God. I didn’t think it would ever happen; I’ll be honest with you,” he said, reflecting on the decades it took to make an arrest in the case. On Tuesday, investigators said he waiting to hear all this time. The Sacramento County Attorney said advances in technology have allowed a criminal lab to link DNA from Lucille’s nails to Terry Bramble. Bramble was convicted in the 1990s in a case in San Joaquin County and sentenced to two years in prison for assault with intent to commit sexual crimes, according to the California Department of Punishment and Rehabilitation. Police described him as a longtime resident of Galt. He is said to have died of natural causes in 2011. “It facilitates awareness, and now it’s resolved. Thank you to everyone who got involved. Thank you to everyone,” Henry said. “I have to carry one cross less, and it’s great, always has been.” The murder of Lucille in 1988 was the only cold case in Galta. Henry said he just wished his older brother was still alive to hear that it was now resolved. His older brother Frank died in 2008.

The son of a woman killed in 1988 in a cold case in Galta is grateful to investigators who say they have now uncovered the murder.

“My mother was my champion. I was a child of the family, and I miss her to this day,” said Henry Hultgren.

He is 78 years old, almost as old as his mother when he lost her.

Lucille Hultgren had just turned 79 when she was raped and killed at her home on Topolar Street, Galta police said. She was found dead on May 23, 1988. Friends went to check on her after she didn’t go to church on Sunday.

“Oh yes, they were lined up, and there was a van and a tape,” Sean Jacobs described the police scene as he returned home.

Jacobs lives next door. She said she was in high school when it happened and knew Lucille and her husband, who died in October 1987.

“Her husband died of Alzheimer’s disease, but they were both kind, loving people, and they adopted all the neighborhood children,” Jacobs said. “We were always welcomed into their house for cookies and lemonade in the summer, and I never heard her crossword puzzles. She was just very cute. “

Henry lives in Stockton and said he had just visited Lucille on Mother’s Day shortly before her murder.

“Thirty-four years, my God. I didn’t think it would ever happen, I’ll be honest with you,” he said, reflecting on the decades it took to arrest him in the case.

On Tuesday, investigators announced that he had been waiting to hear all this time.

Sacramento County Attorney says advances in technology made possible for criminal lab link DNA from Lucille’s nails with Terry Bramble. Bramble was convicted in the 1990s in a case in San Joaquin County and sentenced to two years in prison for assault with intent to commit sexual crimes, according to the California Department of Punishment and Rehabilitation.

Police described him as a longtime resident of Galt. He is said to have died of natural causes in 2011.

“It’s easier to know, and now it’s resolved. Thank you to everyone who got involved. Thank you to everyone,” Henry said. “It’s one cross less that I have to carry, and it’s big, always has been.”

The assassination of Lucille in 1988 was the only cold case in Galta. Henry said he just wished his older brother was still alive to hear that it was now resolved. His older brother Frank died in 2008.

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