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Cleveland Serial Killer May Be Connected To Cases In Other States

November 10, 2009
The FBI and two Southern California departments are investigating whether accused Cleveland serial killer Anthony Sowell may be connected with several cases, when he was stationed at Camp Pendleton in the mid-1980s, the North County Times reports.

Police Arrest Rapist, Find Six Decomposed Bodies In Cleveland Home

November 2, 2009
A neighbor of Anthony Sowell, 50, also has told the New York Times that police knew about Sowell's violent tendencies and didn't do enough to stop his violent crimes.

Milwaukee Police Say Arrest Closes 21-Year Serial Killer Case

September 7, 2009
Police arrested Walter Ellis on Saturday at a motel, one day after authorities linked DNA from his toothbrush with samples found on the bodies of two victims.

S.C. Serial Killer Spent His Last Days Partying

July 9, 2009
Patrick Tracy Burris spent his last days taking drugs in a partying binge. When police found him early Monday in an abandoned house near Dallas, N.C., he was so impaired he could barely walk.

Forensic Lab IDs 7th Victim of Milwaukee Serial Killer

May 20, 2009

A seventh victim has been linked to the case of Milwaukee's 23-year-old unsolved serial killer who is known as the North Side Strangler.

Woman Disputes Sister's Claim Their Father Was the Zodiac Killer

May 1, 2009
A Southern California woman's accusation this week that her long-dead stepfather was the Zodiac killer just took on a new, strange twist: Another daughter of the man is coming forward to angrily denounce the charge.

LAPD Ties 72-year-old Man to Two Waves of Serial Killings

May 1, 2009
DNA leads detectives to John Thomas Jr., 72. He is held in two slayings, but police suspect he may have killed up to 30 elderly Westside and Claremont women a decade apart.

1987 Tape May Help LAPD Catch Serial Killer

February 27, 2009
In the more than two decades since Los Angeles police detectives began the search for a serial killer stalking young prostitutes in South L.A., they have had few breaks. One night in 1987, however, offered a tantalizing, agonizing clue.

Alabama Murder Suspect Who Escaped at Courthouse Captured After Manhunt

September 18, 2008
Birmingham police captured suspected killer and courthouse escapee Lakendall Sims about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday near Lipscomb, just inside the Birmingham city limits after more than a day on the run.

Los Angeles Offers $500K Reward to Help Catch Serial Killer

September 4, 2008
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a $500,000 reward to help catch a serial killer believed responsible for 11 slayings in South Los Angeles and Inglewood over the last two decades.

Killer Stops

June 1, 2006

There is probably no more misunderstood law enforcement duty than traffic enforcement. Cops who perform this duty often think of it as tedious and futile. And the motorists who are pulled over for traffic violations feel like they are being picked on and tapped for fines that fill local government coffers.

Superman Syndrome

December 1, 2002

Al Qaeda is alive and kicking; we are still at war; they still want to kill us, and the intelligence community, the military, and law enforcement may not be able to prevent the attack.

Big Game Hunters

November 1, 2002

Unfortunately, the big game hunter spends so much time waiting for the big arrest that lots of good and equally important enforcement duties are missed. And that could have dire consequences.

Case File: Aileen "Lee" Wuornos

January 1, 1996

At age 15, Wuornos traded her hard life at home for the dangerous world of the streets. She started drinking and taking drugs. And she slept in abandoned cars or wherever else she thought she'd be safe.

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