In Hawaii’s 1972 teen murder, an ex-deputy attorney general from Nevada was detained.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! In connection with the famed Mustang Ranch brothel, a former deputy attorney general from Nevada was detained on Wednesday and charged with the murder of a 19-year-old woman in Hawaii fifty years prior.

Tudor Chirila Jr., 77, was apprehended in Reno for the brutal stabbing death of Nancy Anderson at a Waikiki apartment in Honolulu, Hawaii, the island of Oahu’s major tourist destination.

On January 7, 1972, Anderson was discovered in a pool of blood in her apartment after having more than 60 stab wounds.

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Ex-Nevada Deputy AG Tudor Chirila Jr. was arrested Wednesday for the 1972 cold case murder of Nancy Anderson.

The young woman, who had just received her high school diploma, had relocated from Michigan to Hawaii two months before she was killed.

Over the years, the case had been revisited multiple times, including an investigation into a door-to-door knife salesman who had pounded on Anderson’s door the day she passed away.

However, it was DNA evidence that gave detectives their big break in the case.

Nancy Anderson was found stabbed to death more than 60 times in 1972 in a Waikiki, Honolulu, apartment. John Chirila Jr., 77, was arrested five decades after his DNA matched a sample left at the crime scene.

John Chirila, the suspect’s son, provided a DNA sample to the police in March, proving that he was the biological child of the guy whose DNA was discovered at the crime scene.

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On September 6 in Reno, police utilized a search warrant to compel Tudor Chirila to provide a DNA sample. Chirila made an attempt at suicide two days later.

The veteran Reno lawyer, who had previously worked as a deputy attorney in the late 1970s, ran for the Nevada Supreme Court in 1994.

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