http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_7691886 By Harry Harris OAKLAND _ After more than 20 years, East Bay Regional Park District police finally have the name of an Oakland man found murdered on a desolate hillside in unincorporated Contra Costa County. Now detectives have launched a dual search for whoever killed Theodore Joseph ``Ted'' Reilly, a former Oakland gas station owner and tow truck operator, and anyone who knew him. Reilly, who was 50 when he was killed, was officially identified Nov. 27 by a state Department of Justice Crime Lab. But why it took so long was not immediately known, especially since he had a criminal record. Park district police sent Reilly's fingerprints and dental records to the state soon after the body was found. A justice department spokesman did not immediately return a phone call Tuesday seeking comment about the delay. more at link What in the world took so long? There has got to be a way to improve the way they do things, to make it run smoother.