Skip to comments.Ex-Pizza Deliveryman Accused of Killing 10
Posted on 11/02/2005 6:57:46 AM PST by paudio
A former pizza deliveryman accused of being one of the city's most prolific serial killers was ordered Tuesday to stand trial on charges of murdering 10 women, two of whom were pregnant.
Superior Court Judge William R. Pounders ruled during a preliminary hearing that there was sufficient cause to believe Chester D. Turner committed the slayings that occurred from 1987 to 1998.
Turner, 38, is currently serving an eight-year prison sentence in an unrelated rape case. Pounders set a Nov. 15 arraignment date.
Turner's DNA was matched to sperm cell evidence from the bodies of all the victims, said Carl Matthies of the police department's scientific investigations division. The likelihood of the genetic profile belonging to someone other than Turner was one in one-quintillion, Matthies said.
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You could have included a STATE in your excerpt...
Earlier this was reported coming from Los Angeles, CA.
Thats why I tip.
Being cubicle bound in Chicago, I only have time for a quick review of the excerpts before getting back to my real job. If I start jumping over to places like Townhall and JWR, I would get anything done!
In my town its the pizza delivery guys that are being killed.
Chester D. Turner, charged Tuesday with murdering 10 women ,near downtown Los Angeles over a 10-year period starting in 1987, is scheduled to be arraigned after 10 a.m. today in Division 30 of the Criminal Justice Center, 210 W. Temple St., on the 5th Floor. - Tom
From now on, it's DiGiorno !
This is technically true, but one could equally well say that "the presence of elemental lead in the body does not prove murder, it only shows that the deceased was shot some time before dying."
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