Landfill search ends in Shultz investigation

Police and solid waste workers have finished searching Columbia’s landfill.

They were looking for evidence connected to the death of Megan Shultz in 2006. Searchers found human remains last week. They did not find any more evidence after that. Examiners are trying to confirm those remains are Shultz.

Wisconsin police say Keith Comfort admitted in August to killing Shultz and putting her in a Columbia dumpster in 2006. He’s in jail on a second degree murder charge with a $1 million bond.

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