The daughter of a Connecticut woman whose 1984 disappearance remains unsolved says state police are planning a new round of witness interview
Mary Badaracco of Sherman went missing 29 years ago and her body has never been found. She was 38.
Her daughter, Sherrie Passaro, told The News-Times of Danbury that investigators told her that they soon will be re-interviewing witnesses.
Authorities say Badaracco's husband, Dominic Badaracco, has long been considered a suspect in the case. He has denied any role in her disappearance, which was classified as a homicide in 1990.
Seventy-seven-year-old Dominic Badaracco was sentenced to seven years in prison Friday for an unsuccessful attempt to bribe a state judge with $100,000 in cash to influence a grand jury investigation into his wife's death.
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