MEDFORD — Police in Medford are hoping that the person who wrote them an anonymous letter about the slaying of a taxi cab driver will get in touch.
Lt. Mike Budreau won’t say what is in the letter, but he says whoever wrote it appears to have information on the case and wrote it not long after the Oct. 21 slaying of William “Huey" Huson.
The Mail Tribune reported Tuesday that the letter is written in pencil on the kind of paper that comes on rolls used to print receipts on cash registers. The envelope is made from folded-over notebook paper.
Huson was found shot dead in a field after picking up a fare outside a downtown bar.