Transcript for Breakthrough in Case of Colorado Mom Moonlighting as Madam
But first, a major break in the murder of a Colorado mother who led a secret double life as an escort. Seven years after she was killed, police say they have caught the man with did it. He will be in court next month and Matt Gutman has the story. Reporter: A long-awaited arrest in a case that haunted police and shocked a community for seven years. The disappearance and murder of suburban super mom, Paige Burke felt. But it was her double life that led them to the suspect. 63-year-old lester roll of Jones was a client of her escort service. The single mom of three was a madam by night. They suspected Jones immediately. Lester Jones acted alone, and we believe that's the case. Reporter: Police learned the divorced soccer mom had been running an escort service for years under the game carry. Friends and family in grand junction, Colorado, were shocked. I think she realized that we would not approve. Reporter: They knew her as the cheerful woman who sold cook wear and taught children's dance lessons. People have to do what they have to do. Reporter: Jones was arrested for abduction in 1999 and accused of kidnapping another woman that year said he was a client but didn't kill her. Even after her torched car was found blocks away from the rv dealership he worked in 2007 shortly following her disappearance. After that, he quit the rv business and became a truck driver. But even after her remains were found in 2012, it still wasn't enough for an arrest until last week. There was no one else who could be responsible for Paige burkefelt's disappearance and murder. He faces charges of murder, second-degree murder and kidnap. He has a $2 million bond. Matt Gutman, ABC news, los Angeles.
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