Serial killer confesses to ’92 slaying of Westfield boy Pond in Becket to be searched for remains ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Jennifer Nowak, the sister of James “Jamie” Lusher, wiped a tear during a press conference in Westfield on Monday. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Timothy Alben of the Mass. State Police spoke about the investigation into James Lusher's 1992 disappearance. ALAN SOLOMON Lewis Lent Jr. stood in court in 1995 during his sentencing for the kidnapping of Rebecca Savarese. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe A family photo of James Lusher and his sister, Jennifer. Lent has confessed to killing Lusher, officials said. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Police will search Greenwater Pond in Becket starting Tuesday for the remains of Jamie Lusher. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Greenwater Pond can reach depths of 58 feet. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Lusher was 16 years old and was riding his brand new bike heading to a relative’s house when he disappeared in 1992. AP File/1994 Lent is serving life without the possibility of parole in a Massachusetts prison for the 1990 kidnapping and murder of James Bernardo. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Jennifer Nowak spoke during the press conference Monday in Westfield. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Nowak, her father, James Lusher, and her step-brother, Matthew Placzek, at the press conference.