Several of his customers said he became more of a religious fanatic about a year ago so that time frame would work.
I thought felons weren't suppose to hang out with other felons, am I wrong? JM was a felon and hired felons to work at J&M. Is there a way we can find out what Jim's original felony conviction was?
I've been trying to find out when/where and what JM's orig. conviction was. I am thinking there is probably a connection through incarcerations for pg and jm. Believe me, I know I could be WAY off on this, but I wonder how much jm knew about pg's prior history and offenses.
I think I read over this before:
When was that?The bone fragment was found Sunday in the next door neighbor's backyard, said Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department spokesman Jimmy Lee. Garrido once lived on that property in a shed.
Antioch police Lt. Leonard Orman told The Bee this morning that the incident began as the 14-year-old and a friend were walking to the public library on West 18th Street in Antioch.
"On the way there the girl tells our victim they're going to meet a couple of guys," Orman said. "The victim assumes these guys are going to be age appropriate, and when they get there it's a couple of guys quite a bit older than they expected.
"They get into the car with these guys and start driving around the city."
One of the men was Garrido, Orman said, and they began giving the girls barbiturates. For some reason that Orman said isn't clear, a police car began chasing the car but the men were able to elude it and ended up at a house near where Garrido lived until his arrest last week. Orman said it may have been the same house but authorities are not certain because many of the records from then are not available.
"Essentially, from there the girl is provided more barbiturates and she remembers next waking up in a motel in Antioch that's on east 18th Street going out toward Oakley," Orman said. "She remembers Garrido being there and she remembers being repeatedly raped, sexually assaulted, by him.
"At some point a day or two later her mother and father find her there ... They get to the motel and find her daughter there who's obviously been raped and Garrido is still there. From what we understand they call law enforcement, an Antioch police officer responds, finds out the basics and from what we can tell arrests Garrido."
...Orman said police do not know what happened to the other man involved and whether he faced charges, or whether the other girl was assaulted.
So, it sounds like at least one other guy, maybe more, and Garrido....so who is/are they?
Last edited by time; 10-29-2009 at 01:46 AM.
According to JBean, we can't bring the posts over here, but If you are a classmates.com member go there and read what a Liberty Union High school alumni has to say about Phillip and a dance he took her to.
This was in 1967, so you can throw the "1968 motorcycle head injury caused me to do these things" out the window! This guy was sexually aggressive and mistreated girls back in 67!
i know of no head injury that would cause someone to become a serial rapist/kidnapper/child rapist
i guess your right. the accident is the root cause for the drugs is the cause for the rape in his sick twisted mind.
just seems like this will be the excuses brought up to anything he's ever done......even something before the accident. they'll claim "oh that happened later' ect
I just had a really bizarre thought. What if the "chum" from the 1972 incident was none other than Jim Molino? Not saying it was, don't even know if this guy did anything wrong. (That's my disclaimer against slander here folks!) But I have been racking my brain for a connection. Think this could be it?
It would help a lot of pieces fit together and the Molinos have been in the area awhile!!
Hmmm wonder what H.S. he graduated from
Here is part of a profile they worked up about the possible killer in the 1998-1999 killings
Serial Killers Find Prostitutes Easy Prey
Pittsburg slaying cases match profile of men who tend to dehumanize women
Wednesday, January 13, 1999
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...13/MN27278.DTLAlthough police and the FBI are just getting started on assembling a profile of a suspect, they already know enough to narrow the investigation.
The killer is probably an impulsive coward who hates women so much, he enjoyed knifing or choking each of his three victims to death after a violent struggle, Fox and other experts said. He also probably had committed lesser crimes before embarking on his killings, and he sticks to one area of the community because he feels comfortable there -- although he may branch out as his confidence grows.
That was the pattern of William Suff, the Riverside man convicted in 1995 of strangling 12 prostitutes. ``Hillside Stranglers'' Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, who left a dozen victims scattered in California and Washington in the 1970s, worked that way, too. It's a personality type well documented by criminal researchers and feared by prostitutes.
Cowardly though it may be, the casual way the Pittsburg killer discarded his victims in the open indicates that he is feeling bold at his grisly craft.
``This man feels invincible,'' Fox said. ``Leaving the bodies like this doesn't mean that he wants to get caught, it just means he doesn't think he will get caught.''
Peter Smerick, a former FBI agent who specialized in compiling criminal profiles, said that probably, only one man is doing the slayings. Serial killers of prostitutes usually work alone, and they are almost always men. Copycats are rare.
``He'll also have enough superficial charm so that the prostitutes won't suspect him enough to not get in his car,'' Smerick said from his Virginia office. ``He won't look like a Charles Manson character, otherwise they would run screaming.''
The killer is probably from the area or at least familiar with it, although outsiders sometimes do commit such crimes.
I also keep forgetting about these deaths:
July 18 – Prostitute Sharon Mattos's body found in field in Pittsburg.
November 12 – Prostitute Andrea Ingersoll's body found in field in Bay Point, a town near Pittsburg.
Last edited by time; 10-31-2009 at 11:30 PM.
The articles you have been finding in the SF Chronicle, I don't think those were even available 2 months ago. They must have dug them out of their archives.
I think the police have pretty much determined that Garrido did not have anything to do with any of those murders.