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  Name: Julie Ann Cohen

Gainesville, Fl | 1977-03-01

Cause of Death: Strangled

Case Data

The University of Florida Police Department, Gainesville, FL, is investigating the cold case homicide of Julie Ann Cohen. On 3-1-77, Cohenís body was found at the Austin Cary Forest located on Waldo Road between Gainesville and the City of Waldo, FL. Cohen was a Forestry graduate student and was found strangled and partially clad. Cohenís green 1974 Ford Pinto was parked by the entrance to her work area on the west side of Waldo Road. None of her personal items appeared to be missing. She was last seen alive the afternoon of 2-28-77. JULIE ANN COHEN DESC: W/F, 8-30-54 VEH: 1974 Ford Pinto Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact Inv. Ed Mignone, University of Florida Police Department, P.O. Box 112150, Gainesville, FL 32611, (352) 392-4705, fax 392-0539

Do You Know Who Killed Me?

2011-07-24 12:40:27 - Posted By: Julie Ann Cohen

Someone knows exactly what happened. What have you heard?

2015-11-27 15:37:50 - Pablo Chacone: Allen Wayne Hughes currently in jail in Riverbend Prison in Nashville.

2016-07-29 20:48:46 - Juan Valezquez: Riverbend the post says above....Check him out.

2016-11-20 06:38:37 - Annonymous: Her brother, Richard C Cohen is still alive and wanting answers. Her mother Lois Cohen is also alive and deserves to know who mursered Julie in cold blood

2018-01-04 18:48:47 - Annonymous: Am writing a book about killer Allen Wayne Hughes. Do you know where he lived when lived in Vero Beach? He lived there about the time Julie Ann Cohen was killed. He lived there with his two brothers, his mother and his stepfather.

2018-01-06 14:03:38 - Annonymous: Hughes' parents names were Barbara and George. George was his stepfather. His brothers are named Roger and Michael.

2018-03-15 20:54:10 - Pablo Chacon: Allen Hughes has two brothers. Mike in Tn and Randy in Fl. The natural parents were Barbara Sheets and George Hughes. The step-father was Richard Sheets.

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