Sad, but not unexpectedâ€¦ Testa said he has no plans to reignite the investigation into Boulderâ€™s most famous cold case, the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey. â€œThere is no goal or move to take that in front of a grand jury any time soon,â€ he said. Testa doesnâ€™t expect to make any big changes to the 285-person department thatâ€™s seen little change at the topâ€”with community policing still a stop priority. In between catching criminals, he hopes to catch some fish. Fly fishing is one of his favorite hobbies. â€œI love getting out, being on the water, kind of by yourself. It just gives you time to think,â€ he said. Testa has been married for 28 years and has two adult childrenâ€”one who is a student at nearby University of Colorado. He probably wonâ€™t rival Becknerâ€™s 16-year reign as chief. Testa said he plans to serve up to 10 years before retiring. http://kdvr.com/2014/06/18/boulders...nspired-by-own-experience-as-victim-of-crime/ It would be interesting to hear what James Kolar has to say about him since Testa is thanked in the Acknowledgment section of Kolarâ€™s book: To name but a few, I would like to thank the following people for their assistance, and contribution to my work in this investigation: Rick French, Tom Wickman, Steve Thomas, TomTrujillo, Mark Beckner, Kurt Weiler, Ron Gosage, Greg Testa, and Shelley Hisey.