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9/16/2002 - Unsolved Homicide
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Jennifer Servo, 22, a reporter for NBC affiliate KRBC-TV, was found dead by an employee of her apartment complex about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
 
A co-worker asked employees of Hunters Ridge Apartments in the 5500 block of Texas Avenue to check on Servo after she had not been heard from in several days.
 
Jennifer Lynn "Jen" Olson Servo was murdered by strangulation and head trauma on Sept. 16, 2002, in Abilene, Texas, in her apartment, one week before her 23rd birthday.

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