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Without a body, Kurfin was never charged in Peggy Sue's disappearance, but he was convicted or an unrelated theft charge and served five years in prison.
Former Spanish Fork police Detective Carl Johnston told the Tribune that he used to call Kurfin every year about the case, but that Kurfin would just hang up on him every time.
The mystery of Peggy Sue's disappearance has baffled police in the town roughly 50 miles south of Salt Lake City ever since the young woman's colleagues reported her missing on July 15, 1988.
The woman was last seen leaving a hot tub party with Kurfin on July 9, 1988, and the two were arguing at the time, according to police.
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The current tenant found the skull in the Spanish Fork, Utah cellar on Monday, in the former home of Peggy Sue Case, who was 27 when she last seen in 1988 with her live-in boyfriend Michael I. The current tenant and a friend he was with immediately called police after finding the skull, which was buried about 18 inches under the dirt floor and wrapped in a blanket and plastic mesh, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
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