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The female victim was usually forced to tie up her male companion before she was bound.

He moved the woman to the living room and often raped her repeatedly, sometimes for several hours. The offender sometimes spent hours in the home ransacking closets and drawers, [53] [54] eating food in the kitchen, drinking beer, raping the female again or making additional threats. Victims sometimes thought he had left the house before he "jump[ed] from the darkness.

He then crept away, leaving victims uncertain if he had left. The offender was believed to escape on foot through a series of yards and then use a bicycle to go home or to a car, making extensive use of parks, schoolyards, creek beds and other open spaces which kept him off the street. The rapist operated in Sacramento County from the first attacks in June until May After a three-month gap, he struck in nearby San Joaquin County in September before returning to Sacramento for all but one of the next ten attacks.

The rapist attacked five times during the summer of in Stanislaus and Yolo counties before disappearing again for three months. The attacks lasted until with a lone attack , and took a darker turn as the rapist began to kill his victims. Only the couple in the first attack survived, alerting neighbors and forcing the intruder to flee; the other victims were murdered by gunshot or bludgeoning.

Since the East Area Rapist was not linked to these crimes for decades, he was known as the Night Stalker in the area before being renamed the Original Night Stalker after Richard Ramirez received the former nickname. On October 1, an intruder broke in and tied up a Goleta couple. Realizing that the alarm had been raised, the intruder fled on a bicycle. Neighbors heard gunshots but failed to respond, saying that they thought the shots were innocuous. On March 13, year-old Charlene Smith and year-old Lyman Smith who was about to be appointed as a judge were found murdered in their Ventura home; [] Charlene Smith had been raped.

On February 6, year-old Manuela Witthuhn was raped and murdered in her Irvine home. The victim was married; her husband was hospitalized, and she was alone at the time of the attack.

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Sanchez had not been tied, [2]: Some believe that Sanchez may have realized he was dealing with the man responsible for the Offerman—Manning murders, and tried to tackle the killer rather than be tied up. Again, no neighbors responded to the gunshot. On May 4, year-old Janelle Lisa Cruz was found after she was raped [27] [] [] and bludgeoned to death in her Irvine home. The southern California murders were not initially thought to be connected by investigators in their respective jurisdictions. A Sacramento detective strongly believed that the East Area Rapist was responsible for the Goleta attacks, but the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department attributed them to a local career criminal who was later murdered.

Investigating the crimes not committed in Goleta caused local police to follow false leads related to men who were close to the female victims. One person, later cleared, was charged with two murders. The cases were linked almost entirely by DNA testing, many years later. These physical characteristics are considered factual based on crime-scene evidence and nearly-universal agreement by victims and law enforcement:. These physical characteristics are considered probable; a small percentage of victims described the perpetrator differently:. According to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, microscopic paint chips were found at three crime scenes two homicides and a rape.

After criminologists matched serological evidence found at the southern California murder scenes, a speculative psychological profile of the Golden State Killer was compiled based on a probabilistic analysis. According to Leslie D'Ambrosia, primary author of the profile, the Golden State Killer probably had the following characteristics: In addition to outlining the Golden State Killer's characteristics, the profile speculated that he might have been incarcerated after Janelle Cruz's murder or killed in the commission of a similar crime.

The profile recommended that law-enforcement agencies investigate attempted lates hot prowl burglaries , which resulted in the death of a lone male offender. It indicated a slight chance that the Golden State Killer committed suicide, and that he was unlikely to be confined in a mental institution.

According to the profile, teleprinter bulletins were broadcast to law-enforcement agencies throughout the United States after the original homicides. The bulletins requested information on similar home invasions involving sexual assault, murder, bludgeoning, multiple victims, and bondage. As of [update] , no similar crimes had been reported. The profile posited that the Golden State Killer could have continued committing his crimes in another country whose records were not linked.

Others now feel temptations call. Your East Area Rapist And deserving pest. See you in the press or on T. During the investigation of the 42nd attack in Danville, investigators discovered three notebook leaves near the scene where a suspicious vehicle had reportedly been parked, although whether they originated from the East Area Rapist has not been proven. Mad is the word, the word that reminds me of 6th grade. I hated that year I wish I had know what was going to be going on during my 6th grade year, the last and worst year of elementary school.

Mad is the word that remains in my head about my dreadful year as a 6th grader.

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My Madness was one that was caused by disapointments that hurt me very much. Dissapointments from my teacher, such as feild trips that were planed, then canncled. My 6th grade teacher gave me a lot of dissapointments which made me very mad and made me built a state of haterd in my heart, no one ever let me down that hard before and I never hated anyone as much as I did him. Disapointment wasn't the only reason that made me mad in my sixth grade class, another was getting in trouble at school espeically talking thats what really bugged me was writing sentances, those awful sentance that my teacher made My Angryness from Sixth grade will scar my memory for life and I will be ashamed for my sixth grade year forever.

The last is a hand-drawn map of what appears to be a suburban neighborhood, with the word "punishment" scrawled across the reverse side of the paper. The final call came in at 5: A man claiming to be the rapist called the Sacramento Police, saying: A previous victim received a phone call during the Christmas season which she attributed to her attacker. The caller said, "Merry Christmas, it's me again! Law-enforcement patrols were increased that night in response, [2] and at 2: He was located again at 4: He discarded the bike, which was determined to have been stolen in Redding, California , [] and fled on foot.

The first known rape victim received a wrong-number call asking for "Ray" on January 2, The call was recorded, and police suspect that it may be the same caller who made a threatening call to her later that evening. A volunteer for the Contact Counseling Service answered a call from a man claiming to be the East Area Rapist, who said: I need help because I don't want to do this anymore. In , a previous victim who was working at a Denny's restaurant received a call at work from the rapist during which he said that he would rape her again.

According to Contra Costa County District Attorney Paul Holes, the rapist must have gone to the restaurant and recognized one of his victims working there. In , a previous victim received a phone call from the perpetrator and spoke with him for one minute. She could hear a woman and children in the background, leading to speculation that he had a family.

On April 6, , the day after an article was published in the Sacramento Bee confirming that the Original Night Stalker and the East Area Rapist were the same person, a victim of the rapist received a call from him; he asked, "Remember when we played? Even though the caller didn't speak, it's worth mentioning the series of hang-up phone calls that the sister of murder victim Janelle Cruz received in the Spring of At the time, a massive push to get Proposition 69 wrapped up was being undertaken by Bruce Harrington, the brother of murder victim Keith Harrington.

Bruce's primary goal was to use the law of the land to force the California prison system to do a massive DNA sweep to look for his brother's killer. Proposition 69 was successful, but unfortunately, the Golden State Killer was not found. Michelle Cruz, the sister of murder victim Janelle Cruz, participated in a press conference around this time. Afterward, she received five or six hang-up phone calls a day for a period of two weeks or so.

When she answered the phone, the caller wouldn't speak, but the caller wouldn't hang up, either. Whether this was the offender of not is unknown, but that was the style of his hang-up phone calls, and the fact that he made calls like that wasn't widely known at the time. Before officially connecting the Original Night Stalker to the East Area Rapist in , some law-enforcement officials particularly from the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department sought to link the Goleta cases as well.

On June 15, , the FBI released further information related to the crimes, including new composite sketches and testimony from victims and local and federal investigators.

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DeAngelo, a former police officer in Auburn and Exeter, California , [] was charged with eight counts of first-degree murder with special circumstances. Identification of DeAngelo had begun four months earlier when officials uploaded the killer's DNA profile from a Ventura County rape kit [] [] to the personal genomics website GEDmatch.

They identified two suspects in the case one of whom was ruled out by a relative's DNA test , leaving DeAngelo the main suspect. Rebecca and Connie and one brother: When he was 9—10 years old he witnessed Connie being raped by two Airmen at an airforce base warehouse in Germany.

From August , DeAngelo attended Sierra College , graduating with an associate degree in police science with honors in June He was engaged to Bonnie Colwell in May ; they were classmates at Sierra College, but they never married. Colwell purportedly called off the marriage. Investigators believe this might be connected to the offender reportedly saying, "I hate you, Bonnie! In , he attended Sacramento State University , where he focused on criminal law and received a bachelor's degree in criminal justice.

He was then a police officer in Exeter a town of about 10, people near Visalia, [] having relocated from Citrus Heights [] from May 18, to August He married Sharon Marie Huddle on November 19, Huddle went to college in Fresno, California. Afterwards, she attended law school in Sacramento, California. Poetry was always meant to be sound based. Speaking helps with the tone of the poem, the word choice, the line breaks. I often read my poems aloud as I write them to get them just right.

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It's a hybrid of flash fiction and poetry. I hope someone gives it a home. Like Dodging Traffic , it's a time capsule of a tough year. How would you save it with poetry?

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