The U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of being a serial killer likely used his government-issued weapon to murder four women in September.
The arrest of a Border Patrol agent accused of killing four women this month has raised an obvious question: Did the federal law enforcement agency miss red flags about a man described as a serial killer?
A supervisory Border Patrol agent accused of being a serial killer was tracked down after a sex worker’s daring escape at gunpoint in Laredo, Tex.
For 40 years, the FBI has been trying to track down California’s “most prolific serial killer.”
The FBI is helping develop a profile of the killer or killers as part of a behavioral science team.
Executive producers David Fincher and Charlize Theron are developing a crime drama involving the FBI for Netflix called “Mindhunter.”
Former Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke, who was arrested last week for allegedly assaulting a man in 2012, stymied a federal investigation into a suspected serial killer in the Gilgo Beach murders.
Authorities began discovering the remains of 11 human beings five years ago along a New York highway.