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The crush police vehicles, media trucks and yellow crime scene tape stood out in an otherwise quiet neighborhood of well-maintained two-story homes. neighbors in this Sacramento suburb watched stunned as a ranch house became a center of the investigation into the notorious http://Golden State killer. Authorities said the man who lived in the home — 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. “who, athorities say preyed on victims across California in the 1970s and 1980s.” — was arrested in connection with the slayings. Tuesday evening, local and federal authorities descended on DeAngelo’s beige, single-story home and remained there Wednesday morning, when they removed two cars, a boat and a motorcycle from the garage.
The suspect was a police officer in Auburn during the 1970s, but was http://fired after he was accused of shoplifting a hammer and dog repellent, according to a 1979 newspaper article. He is suspected of committing some crimes while he was still on the force, but his arrest is related to a 1980 double homicide of a Ventura County couple according to law enforcement sources.‘ http://Golden State Killer’ Blamed for 12 Homicides, 45 Rapes Across California
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