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"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Investigators have found a new use for this growing global DNA database, rooting out serial killers who looted them for decades in the nineteen seventies and eighties. The Golden State killer murdered at least thirteen people raped v. The or more and burglarized over one hundred twenty the killers last known crime was in nineteen eighty six win forensic. Use of DNA technology was in its infancy today, the FBI operates essential DNA database, but when investigators ran the DNA recovered from the Golden State killers crime scenes, it didn't turn up a match that was until twenty eighteen win a thorn, took an unconventional and some now say controversial approach with the rise in popularity of websites like ancestry dot com. My heritage and twenty three and me. Investigators realized that they could cross reference, the DNA profile of the Golden State killer to the public database of one of these websites. They ran the profile through GED match of free open source website, which can be accessed without a court. Order the results led law enforcement, I to the killer's relatives revealing gene pool of potential suspects who fit the DNA pro. Profile of the killer, they then narrowed it down to one suspect who fit the age range, in height of the Golden State killer and lived in California, when the crimes took place on April twenty four twenty eighteen Joseph James Dangelo, a seventy two year old US navy veteran, and former police officer was arrested after a used tissue from his trash, and a swab from his car door confirmed that his DNA was a match with the Golden State killer, the revelation sparked a wave of subsequent arrests as more investigators adopt the controversial method used to catch one of the most notorious serial killers of the twentieth, century. For true crime anytime. Download the murder minute app or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Very loosely all the time, and I will tell you there is collusion with respect to that. Because something has to be going on. I do hear this gripe. A lot from conservatives that their shadow banning that there are things like that. What's your take on those? I think there are certain groups that, but you report you so have crossed the line in speech. You know, my mother used to say your free speech ends at the end of your fist touch in the beginning of my nose. And I think that's the same in exactly. Woman. I boys in lines. You knew. So I would argue that there's a little of this as your report you so it is so permeated a political conversation in social media's fears. I don't care what platform it is or its harsh. It's mean, people are nasty. They crossed the line all the time. I don't know how you reel it in. But as a public figure, you have very little recourse. I think the law is very strong on this. I'm sorry when you decide to become that public figure they can say just about anything they want. I think it's unfortunate. But the problem is everybody's pouring into that vessel. Everybody Kratz Republicans everybody, and what you've got what you would comes out of that is the sheer nastiness that you see I'm sure he doesn't like it. But I'm sure he's also walked down that road and his social media presence as well for just for a second about Devin Nunes. I'm sure he subjected to some horrific tweets, I don't make light of that. But I just think all of us are it's and I know you are I've seen some of your tweets, and I can't even believe it. Yeah. I mean, I have to say the ones that he cited that someone accused him of bringing shame on his family would be like a love letters. What I mean, like truly, I wouldn't even you know, it's not just that people are. I mean, they they say vile things, but they threaten you. They tell you how they're going to harm you in the most graphic disgusting ways. I mean, the idea that this is something that you would sue over. I think something else is going on here. And I don't know what it just want to bring in a couple of other topics which is one of them is deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has just announced that he's staying at the Justice department for now, according to a source because he didn't announce it, but we are now told that he's staying there for longer he was planning on leaving mid-march, but attorney general William bar apparently talked to him. Now, he's gonna stick around a little bit longer. What do you think this means for the Mahler report? I think that this means that bar wants him there through the ushering of the completion of the report. So what it tells me is that it is probably wrapping up, but we wouldn't know how long they haven't said how long has commitment is. But I'm guessing, and if I were there turning general coming in under circumstance like this. I would want him to stay as well to the completion of the report. So that in those debates inside of remember, this is going to go from one Bill. To another building. And then they're going to debate about how much they can share with the American public counsel's office to the office. I think this is a really smart move on bars. Part it kind of tones down the heated rhetoric that will come around this. If you're for Trump, and and it says something bad, you hate it and vice versa for the other side. And so I think this can help calm things down. I think it's a smart move. I'm glad that he's staying, and I think it can be very helpful. So that we can honestly get into Cessna to what this report really means. All right. Thanks one. And all the man who calls himself, the conductor of the Trump train and the very different campaign. He's running to get the president re elected an exclusive look at Trump twenty twenty next. Stay with us. I'm Biagio Messina. And I'm joke fin seen. We are the producers behind the H HSEN television documentary series unmasking killer. Join us as we explore the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James Dangelo, the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February twelve subscribe today at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts..
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KOMO
"Edge technologies heating up the coldest of cases, ABC's with Johnson has one of the latest example police in Cedar Rapids, Iowa making a stunning arrest in a thirty nine year old murder mystery, sixty four year old Jerry Lynn burns accused of killing eighteen year old Michelle Martino at a mall in nineteen seventy nine in California. Authorities naming Joseph James Dangelo as the feared Golden State killer who terrorized the state in the seventies and eighties with a string of killings in sexual assaults. Dangelo charged with thirteen murders invested. Say they've cracked another cold case all using the same technology plugging crime scene DNA into a genealogy database and went back to his life is if he had done nothing wrong. Draymond row of popular Pennsylvania DJ known as DJ freeze confessing in court pleading guilty for murdering twenty-five-year-old elementary schoolteacher Christie. Miranda back in nineteen Ninety-two telling the court and victims family, I'm sorry. I can't imagine what you're going through. I apologize row. Identified after authorities matched his DNA with his half. Sister who submitted hers to a genealogy website row. Now, fifty years old will spend the rest of his life in jail without the possibility of parole. The case stunning. The Lancaster Pennsylvania community morale was found dead in her apartment strangled and sexually assaulted DNA was collected at the scene. But the case went cold for decades. Then police taking that fresh lead able to gather new DNA evidence from row on a water bottle and a piece of gum. He used after a gig at an elementary school making the arrest last June. Millions of people are now. Taking these DNA tests. Prosecutors agreed to drop the death penalty as part of a plea deal. And that confession row in Morocco lived worked just a few miles apart. But it a still unclear what the motive was for this brutal attack. When people decide to add a dog or cat to their family. They typically consider factors like size breed and compatibility but pet advocates say a lot of people overlook the overall cost of owning a pet. Komo's Connie Thompson has some numbers for you. It's another busy day at the Seattle. Humane society, most dogs and cats here get adopted fairly quickly, but sadly, one intensities animals is here because the previous owner couldn't afford to keep them like boxer mix puppy Luna. They had her for about a week, the family didn't know Luna had a bad virus that costs thousands to treat when they can't afford the carer they turned her hair to us because they know we could treat ED's. So she's been an art care for several weeks medical expenses topped the list of overlooked pet costs, but even without health surprises. It all adds up considered. These estimated averages for a dog food and treats from one hundred twenty five to seven hundred dollars per year, depending on the size of the dog collars leashes twenty to fifty dollars per year betting from fifty to two hundred dollars per year. Twenty five to one hundred fifty or more per year for toys good, girl. For routine van exams and treatments budget between one hundred and five hundred dollars per year, depending on the animal and the vet tack on the cost of basic training. Grooming pet sitting boarding flea tick and more medications, and of course, poop bags dog eats a sock. Need exploratory surgery? Senior cat means a dental cats tend to be more affordable. But even they can ring up as much as seven hundred dollars a year or more. So before you decide it's time to add a cat or dog to your family crunch the numbers. If I go home with this guy today, I'm gonna have to buy a crate, you really have to be ready for this kind of study. I've never fund for the dog. Indeed, you do medical emergencies is the one reason many vets recommend pet insurance especially for older animals with no pre existing conditions. And even then it's a good idea to have a dog fund and add money to it every month. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now stocks continue.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KOMO
"Authorities naming Joseph James Dangelo as the feared Golden State killer who terrorized. The state in the seventies and eighties with a string of killings in sexual assaults de ngelo charged with thirteen murders. Investigators say they've cracked another cold case all using the same technology plugging crime scene DNA into a genealogy database and went back to his life is if you've done nothing wrong. Raymond row of popular Pennsylvania DJ notice DJ freeze confessing in court pleading guilty for murdering twenty five year old elementary schoolteacher Christie. Miranda back in nineteen Ninety-two telling the court and victims family, I'm sorry. I can't imagine what you're going through. I apologize row. Identified after a thirties matched his DNA with his half. Sister who submitted hers to a genealogy website row. Now, fifty years old spend the rest of his life in jail without the possibility of parole. The case stunning the Lancaster Pennsylvania community morale was found dead in her apartment strangled and sexually assaulted DNA was collected at the scene. But the case went cold for decades. Then police taking that fresh lead able to gather new DNA evidence from row on a water bottle and a piece of gum. He used after a gig at an elementary school making the arrest last June. Millions of people are now. Taking these DNA tests. Prosecutors agreed to drop the death penalty as part of a plea deal. And that confession row in Morocco lived and worked just a few miles apart. But it is still unclear what the motive was for this. Brutal attack a twenty eight right now. Stay with us. We have an update from ABC news next here on the KOMO morning news. Wouldn't.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Chestnut was investigating reports, of an, operatic driver and crash when he was, confronted authorities say Lopes then shot seventy seven year old widow VERA Adams. In the chest through the sliding glass door of her home meanwhile investigators are celebrating the arrest of a man in the nineteen Eighty-eight of. Dutch and rape and slaying of eight year old Indiana girl John Miller appeared before a judge this week who gave prosecutor seventy two hours to. Formally charge him with the crimes and also. More up there there's a little girl dancing with her angels She celebrating so when you get on your knees tonight and you. Talk to her in your dreams and prayers Tell her They, did it they did and we got him Today's big win for law enforcement in this investigation illustrates the dogged determination of the investigators who never wavered never gave. An cat moving, forward for the last thirty years Thirty years Thirty years families waiting for answers. On Sunday we were able to give them some of. Those answers hopefully now they can start to ask them closer Thoughts and prayers continue to be with the family this case has affected our. Entire community we have received much support from this community. And I would like to thank everyone for that And I would also like again think the. Media local media national media every time. We want something put out information photos you, did it you didn't ask questions you did it Thank you I think I can say that everybody involved had always hoped this day. Would come This is not we've had other Older cases where we either had a. Suspect that we couldn't find her we needed to find a suspect that have been founder solved in. The last ten or fifteen years and I think I think we always hold out hope that we're gonna solve every case when, police arrived Sunday at Miller's home they asked him if. He knew why they were there and he simply answered April Tinsley before admitting to. The, killing investigators examined genealogy databases now that's the same search method that helped lead investigators in California to, the alleged Golden State killer Joseph James Dangelo in April. That has some privacy advocates concerned you're talking these genealogy databases that maybe your relative. Has has used something like that and so they go through and they searched these these kits that you can buy this DNA kits over the counter that kind of thing to test your and they find matches from the crime to. A similar DNA. In those databases Of course that has privacy advocates concerned well investigators say man suspected in at least three. Fatal Houston area shootings was a parolee who had cut off his ankle bracelet several days before the. First killing he's accused of Houston police chief art does that Forty-six year old Jose Hilbert o Rodriguez removed that monitor several days, before July ninth home invasion robbery he was arrested early. Tuesday by Harris County sheriff's deputies checking reports of a suspicious vehicle pursued lasted a. Roughly, about fourteen minutes he was taken into custody about six fifty six and minor standing is that was, taken into custody without after the break pursuit so we're. Relieved because again there was a pistol in his vehicle so we're just relieved no. One else got hurt we feel that he was possibly casing the area once again we're out here in the Cyprus cypher area which he was known to frequent and so it's possible that he was looking to score his next victim So were relieved I give very thankful to the citizens of. Harris County for calling in, being diligent and reporting this to us, so that we could. Take actually could have gone. A number of ways and obviously you know with. Him already, having committed several murders we're fearful that again he could take other lives and. I'm just thankful our deputies were hurt in this or other citizens so You never know what's in their mind. And I'm glad. Just ended peacefully we knew that this was one of the areas that he targeted before obviously the proximity to other victims and so we've been out in in high alert out here. Are everybody's, been working, around the clock, on this it's still, early investigation that's what, we're going to figure out we'd like to find. Out what the motive was or the underlying motives. Were The crime spree that occurred on behalf of the sheriff's. Office and the Houston. Police department we do wish the condolences..
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The golden state killer case is attracting a lot of attention these days because of the way by which they caught the alleged person joseph james dangelo he was a california cop worked for a couple of different police departments there he's accused of twelve murders fortyfive sexual assaults over thirty years he ransacked allegedly over one hundred homes and actually took souvenirs kind of the classic serial killer and the way he was found is said to be largely through jed match the dna website that so many of us including myself used to find matches for our genealogical efforts and it's causing some concern in certain circles and that's why i decided to get my friend paul woodbury on the line he's the dna specialist over at legacy tree genealogists how are you paul i'm doing well thanks so much for having me sachet always happy to have you and this is an interesting case because obviously law enforcement officials have used dna for a long long time but usually it's within the confines of their own dna databases that they've put together over the years rather than the dna that we have that's different from everyone else long but at some point it amounts to sharing somebody else's dna.
Golden State Killer charged with four more murders
"Nine zero another report that another member of the trump administration may be considering resignation this the new york times claims homeland security secretary cures nielsen has drafted a resignation letter but has never submitted the report says she came close to doing so on wednesday after president trump accused her at a cabinet meeting l failing to improve border security she reportedly told colleagues afterwards she would step down if president trump didn't think she was affective in a role suspected golden state killer joseph james dangelo is facing four digital counts of first degree murder now the charges announced yesterday by the santa barbara county district attorney joyce dudley de angelo is seventy two years old currently in custody in sacramento as prosecutors in multiple counties are wrangling with what did charge him with and where he's going to stand trial after being arrested last month the believed golden state killer accused of multiple murders dozens of rapes the new charges deal with two double murders the court papers indicate that deborah alexan andrea manning and robert offerman were killed on december thirtieth nineteen seventy nine the other crime sherry to mingo and greg sanchez were murdered on july twenty seven nineteen eightyone in both crimes di angelo's accused of murder during commission of rape.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KCBS All News
"You can do it we're also learning new information about rankings past police records show he claimed last year that pop star taylor swift was stalking him a former boss said he was a good worker but appeared paranoid and delusional at times just five days before the shooting police say riding lead officers on this pursuit when he stole a bmw from a dealership near nashville police never caught him the air fifteen ranking allegedly used sunday was one of four guns police confiscated from him in illinois last year and were given to rankings father they say his father gave the weapons back to his son could his father violated gun laws by giving us on the weather trash that is prohibited rankings father had promised deputies he would not return those weapons to his son but police say he did it anyway despite all the signs of his sons clear mental issues marks rosman cbs news nashville california police say they've caught the golden state killer behind a murder spree decades ago correspondent john block stones near sacramento and has more on the man all of a sudden in six eight period of time with solved the case of the century sacramento district attorney and marie schubert made the stunning announcement on wednesday we found the needle in the haystack and it was right here in sacramento police say joseph james dangelo is the golden state killer who terrorized california's during a heroin crime spree that began over forty years ago we were able to confirm what we thought we already knew that we had our man the angelo is an ex police officer who became a suspect in the last week seventy two year old dangelo has been charged with eight murders in sacramento orange in ventura counties but is suspected in several other killings and dozens of rapes many of the crimes were committed just miles from his home in citrus heights where he was arrested on tuesday the golden state killer hunted and haunted his victims from nineteen seventy four to nineteen eightysix raping women while their husbands or boyfriends were tied up nearby he even took souvenirs of his crimes and made frightening phone calls to survivors.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Local headlines on talk radio five sixty k s f o joseph james dangelo was identified through websites that contained genetic information from a relative prosecutors say dna taken from various crime scenes were compared to family trees on sites that cater to people wanting to know more about their family background investigators following dangelo got his dna from something that he threw away and at least two children in the sacramento region are battling against kidney failure as a result of an e coli outbreak related to eating romaine lettuce although the source of the coli has been traced back arizona officials have not been able to confirm exactly where the lettuce was harvested from in that region so far there have been eighty four confirmed cases of ecoli related to romaine lettuce across nearly a dozen states and forty people have been hospitalized with severe symptoms and check those roadways so far this friday morning i'm seeing a slow down eastbound eighty at seventh street we have a vehicle i found the right side of the road and emergency services are on the scene so injuries unfortunately involved with this looks like chp added out there to provide some some traffic control we have plastic on southbound one zero one at whipple it's a large piece of plastic it's blocking the second lane from the left and causing sudden braking as you can imagine and southbound mona one at tolley there's a vehicle in the right lane and apparently a fire close to the shoulder of the freeway so fire department headed out there and if you're writing bart.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com it's nine three the bay area's news station kcbs partly cloudy and chilly tonight partly sunny tomorrow after a morning clouds clear good evening i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening as mentioned on the cbs hourly news the jury outside philadelphia today convicting bill cosby of three counts of sexual assault the guilty verdict came less than a year after another jury deadlocked on the charges he cbs's margie schaefer reports some victims reacting to the conviction believe there is a relation to the metoo movement sexual assault victim an anti rape activists jaclyn friedman is also a nonfiction writer and i'm the author of unscrewed women's sex power and how to stop letting the system screw us all she says she's shocked bill cosby has been convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent assault and also relieved and happy i feel sad and frustrated and angry that it's taken this long and so many women coming forward for so many years to finally get to this point this trial was unique the judge in this trial allowed other women to testify about cosby's violence against them as well as a way of corroborating a pattern and that wasn't allowed in the previous trial so that may well have made a difference and she feels it's not a coincidence these jurors have been living during the metoo movement i stand should be if someone comes forward and says i've been harmed is that we should believe them until we hear otherwise cosby could get up to ten years in prison on each count margie schaefer kcbs online genealogy sites that helps investigators fine the golden state killer as kcbs is megan goldsmith explains of escott issues the dna maths to track down joseph james dangelo wasn't even his dna they gotta hit on says sacramento bee senior writer sam stanton relative somewhere you know it's not clear that it was anyone close to him sent this in to one website and they start building family tree and they were able to use this dna from a.
Alleged Golden State Killer: He was an average cop
"Disagree that's all a little oh here comes little title this guy is in the crosshairs now because trump appointed right also in the big three wow a really chilling story from california they have found the the golden state killer after some forty years joseph james dangelo junior an ex cop he went on a rape and murder spree in the seventies and through dna evidence they've discovered this guy they found the hannibal lecter of the seventies out in california on believable a former cop i know i know did you see why he got kicked off his police force has been crime well the the reason that this has been reopened is because there was a bestselling book called i'll be gone in the dark which apparently is something he whispered to one of the one of his rape victims and this book stirred up interest in the case michelle mcnamara the cops have reopened the case and they found you know old dna evidence they were able to use to convict this guy like a victim but to bring 'em into charges this michelle mcnamara who wrote the book passed away but her her late husband this is pat knows walt who's a well known actress media absolutely anyway this this guy this the angelo character who's been arrested joseph james angelo and will face the death penalty out there he was kicked off the auburn police department in california in nineteen seventy nine because he stole a can of dog repellent and a hammer from drugstore what a weird guy now you were talking about this audio of him that they had way back when right yeah listen to this so they captured him yeah listen to this.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Joseph james the angelo a lot of things by law enforcement there's been called eastside rapists caused by ransacking original night stalker and the golden state killer it's our pleasure to call him defendant welcome back to the takeaway it's todd's will like and after nearly four decades in infamous murder mystery may be coming to an end in sacramento california throughout the seventies and eighties a man known as the golden state killer and other names brutally raped and murdered and robbed and communities up and down california terrorizing that state but the serial killer eluded law enforcement for decades apparently until wednesday alec emslie is criminal justice reporter with k q e d in san francisco he's been covering this story alex welcome hey howdy alex there was a press conference with local and federal law enforcement in sacramento yesterday let me play you off the top here sacramento da marie schubert talking about this caller listen we all knew as part of this team that we were looking for a needle in a haystack but we also all knew that the needle was there in the last six days in i emphasize the last six days that passion that persistence and the knowledge finally came to an answer in this building behind us here our crime lab well alex a why do investigators believe that joseph james dangelo is the person who raped and killed so many people in california in the seventies and eighties and and how was he caught so much about this case relies on the advent and propagation of dna forensic science these crimes occurred throughout the state of california from north to south and initially they weren't thought to have been related and it was only through dna testing that came about really a about a decade after the last murder.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joseph james being sold a lot of things by law enforcement he's been called eastside rapists he's been called the by celia ransacking the original night stalker the golden state killer it's our pleasure to call him defendant welcome back to the takeaway it's todd's will like an after nearly four decades in infamous murder mystery may be coming to an end in sacramento california throughout the seventies and eighties a man known as the golden state killer and other names brutally raped and murdered and robbed and communities up and down california terrorizing that state but the serial killer eluded law enforcement for decades apparently until wednesday alec emslie is criminal justice reporter with k q e d in san francisco he's been covering this story alex welcome hey howdy alex there was a press conference with local and federal law enforcement in sacramento yesterday let me play you off the top here sacramento da marie schubert talking about this caller listen we all knew as part of this team that we were looking for a needle in a haystack but we also all knew that the needle was there in the last six days and i emphasize the last six days that passion that persistence and the knowledge finally came to an answer in this building behind us here our crime lab well alex why do investigators believe that joseph james dangelo is the person who raped and killed so many people in california in the seventies and eighties and and how was he caught so much about this case relies on the advent and propagation of dna forensic science these crimes occurred throughout the state of california from north to south and initially they worked to have been related and it was only through dna testing that came about really you know a about a decade after the last murder that is attributed to this killer occurred that they started investigators started to put these pieces together and realized that all of these crimes likely had the same perpetrator and do we know how painted on the angelo now did he give dna was he arrested how did that happen that is still a little bit unclear and you know we're told by da schubert as well as other law enforcement officials that that's gonna come out in as they move to file charges.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Joining us well thank you it's been great to be with you joseph james the angelo has been called a lot of things by law enforcement he's been called eastside rapists he's been called the by celia ransack her the original night stalker and the golden state killer today it's our pleasure to call him defendant after nearly four decades in infamous murder mystery may be coming to an end in sacramento california throughout the seventies and eighties a man known as the golden state killer and other names brutally raped and murdered and robbed and communities up and down california terrorizing that state but the serial killer eluded law enforcement for decades apparently until wednesday alec emslie is criminal justice reporter with k q e d in san francisco he's been covering this story alex welcome hey howdy alex there was a press conference with local and federal law enforcement in sacramento yesterday let me play you off the top here sacramento da and marie schubert talking about this caller listen we all knew as part of this team that we were looking for a needle in a haystack but we also all knew that the needle was there in the last six days in i emphasize the last six days that passion that persistence and the knowledge finally came to an answer in this building behind us here our crime lab well alex why do investigators believe that joseph james dangelo is the person who raped and killed so many people in california in the seventies and eighties and how was he caught so much about this case relies on the advent and propagation of dna forensic science these crimes occurred throughout the state of california from north to south and initially they weren't thought to have been related and it was only through dna testing that came about really you know a about a decade after the last murder that is tributed to this killer occurred that they started investigator started to put these pieces together and realize that all of these crimes likely had the same perpetrator.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"He just wasn't just peeping tom he murdered people and yes these twelve people yes so i was watching the today show this morning and they brought on megan kelly who i guess is an expert on this particular story to some degree of okay and she said that they didn't have the guy who they have arrested and charged with crimes was not on their radar at all until this past week some past we add some dna evidence that the police obtained that apparently pointed straight to this bloke whose name is a seventy two year old joseph james dangelo was himself a former police yes that's right and so yeah but he believe this i mean if i was his lawyer i would say you kidding me with this they're not saying that guy was my guys lived in eight i need more evidence i need more information on the dna listen this podcast unmasking killer it is different is a different people each time or is it just the golden state no it's just the golden state but there's other podcasts that are crime procedural which also listen to this yeah paint and there's something about it that i really liked the they said the investigators declined to elaborate on what the dna dna evidence was or how it was obtained they said it clearly linked him to the crimes so this is happening more and more and more i think to the good of society till you get somebody for whom it is not true and i home it is fall senate is demonstrably full patent all's wolves.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from almond board of california did you know almond farmers are working on irrigation practices and technology to increase water efficiency to minimize waste and grow more crop purge rob grow what you know almonds dot com slash water live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly authorities in california say they believe they've arrested the man responsible for killing a dozen people and raping at least forty five women in the nineteen seventies eighties npr sign jaffe says the suspect is known as the golden state killer seventy two year old joseph james dangelo was arrested tuesday night outside of his ceremeno area home in 2016 special task force that included the fbi and local law enforcement was formed to track down the serial killer also known as the east area rapist and the original night stalker but sacramento county sheriff scott jones says the case really only came together in the past few days as information started to point towards this individual we started some surveillance we were able to get some discarded dna and we were able to confirm what we thought we already knew that we had our man dangelo is currently being held without fail honor jaffe npr news jury deliberations resume this morning and pennsylvania in bill cosby's sexual assault retrial jurors spent more than ten hours yesterday going over the evidence before adjourning last night cosby denies drugging and molesting andrea constand at his home in suburban philadelphia in two thousand four former new york mayor in one time federal prosecutor rudy giuliani says he has no doubt special counsel robert muller will clear president trump in the investigation into russian interference and possible collusion in the two thousand sixteen election i can guarantee you this when mowers finished no matter what every does not going to have a stitch of evidence that he coud with the russians now that's a disgrace case should be over giuliani was speaking to wmu our tv in new hampshire he was recently added to the president's legal team the trump administration's efforts to impose work requirements on medicaid.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on NPR News Now
"The live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens the leadership of the us catholic church is disagreeing with the trump administration on some key immigration policy issues the conference of catholic bishops was among the groups opposing president trump's latest travel ban at the supreme court on wednesday npr's tom jones says the bishops are also speaking out against the administration's policy toward socalled dreamers in a stronglyworded brief the us conference of catholic bishops said barring travel to the us from six muslimmajority nations amounts to blatant religious discrimination and the bishops called on the court to relegate the plan to the dustbin of history such a policy the bishops argued is abhorrent to catholic teaching and inconsistent with american values separately the bishops announced their support for proposed legislation that protects immigrants brought to the us illegally as children that bill rejects to trump administration prior orators funding for a border wall and new restrictions on family based immigration tom gelatin npr news washington now dory's california say a former police officer the queues of being a serial killer and rapist was taken by surprise when deputies arrested him outside of his home on wednesday the suspected golden state killer identified as joseph james dangelo is accused of crimes dating back to the nineteen seventies sacramento county sheriff matt jones proceeded carefully after identified the angelo as the suspect over the last few days as information started to point towards this individual we started some surveillance we're able to get some discarded dna and we were able to confirm what we thought we already knew that we had our man thority say the golden state killer would break into the homes of single women or couples while they were sleeping the victims ranged in age from thirteen to forty one.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Lot of people are talking about that it's all over the media our national news top bodily hours talking about him seventy two year old former cop joseph dangelo arrested after a forty year hunt authorities say was booked into jail this morning's accused of twelve murders something like forty five rapes the terrorize california in the seventies and eighties yes indeed seventy two years old joseph james dangelo was attended jail on two counts of murder around two o'clock in the morning according to sacramento county sheriff's scott jones at a press conference dangelo is charged with the murder of lyon and charlene smith and ventura county in nineteen eighty sacramento county district attorney anne marie schubert said the case against the angelo came together in the past week sheriff jones said over the past few days after evidence started pointing to this individual we performed surveillance and we're able to obtain dna police are outside the angelo's home wednesday morning the sacramento area and part of town called citrus heights cornyn sacramento now when the sheriff's office announces that they recently performed surveillance and were able to obtain dna do you know how they do that any idea how they got that it's not like they knocked on the guy's door and said hey can we take a swab of you know no no no no no no it's nothing like that he's not going to cooperate something like that they go through his garbage you don't need probable cause you don't need a warrant that garbage has bit and the courts have ruled on this that garbage is out there on on on the side of the road in the garbage can he has relinquished custody of.
"joseph james dangelo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Customers are coming by anymore crazy it's wednesday april twenty fifth what are we talking about we just went through a very deep dive the case of the golden state killer and it looks like there has been an arrest in that case we are standing by for a news conference from up in sacramento we know that law enforcement from around the state have gathered in sacramento the fbi is on scene looking into the case of a seventy two year old man joseph james dangelo junior appears to fit the description of the golden state killer and probably was in the right location at the right time to fit every single one of the crimes that this guy has been accused of committing so we'll talk about that when we get this news conference out of sacramento major announcement is the way that they have described it so we'll keep an ear on that shelly hey time for what's happening well the first story we did today unfortunately was a story out of dallas this is a a shooting at a home depot one officer police officer died after this shooting in an area just north of dallas mayor mike rawlings was presiding over city council meeting when he announced the death of officer row helio santander a member of the police force for just three years santander was twenty seven years old is partner crystal almeida was twenty six years old and then a loss prevention officer for home depot all three of them shot yesterday by a man who has been caught they caught him after a short chase the partner and the loss prevention officer are said to be okay but they are still listed in critical condition after having undergone surgery for being shot bill cosby trial is going on we haven't paid much attention to it but something caught our attention today of course prosecutors are saying that cosby drugged molested a woman at a suburban philadelphia home in two thousand and four andrea constand this case and his lawyers say that it was consensual well jurors are deliberating now and dave asked their first question of the judge two hours into deliberations they they go to the judge but this question what is consent boy oh boy is right well i mean how many times have we done.