Suspect in 1976 Daly City killing ordered to stand trial DNA used to ‘positively tie’ Leon Seymour to slaying of Denise Lampe outside Serramonte Center November 20, 2018 "DALY CITY — A man suspected of killing a 19-year-old woman outside a Daly City mall in 1976 has been ordered to stand trial. Friday, following a three-day preliminary hearing, San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Richard DuBois held 72-year-old Leon Melvin Seymour to answer for Denise Lampe’s murder. Lampe was found stabbed to death inside her 1964 Ford Mustang at the Serramonte Center. Her murder was among five in 1976 that went unsolved until investigators re-examined DNA evidence a few years ago.... Seymour is scheduled to make his next court appearance via teleconference Dec. 14. He remains in custody at the hospital and is being held on $10 million bail, prosecutors said...." Suspect in 1976 Daly City killing ordered to stand trial Her murder was first thought to be committed by the "Gypsy Hill Murders" Rodney Halbower. DNA matched Leon. In September, 2018 Halbower was found guilty & is serving 2 life sentences for the murders of 17-year-old Paula Baxter and 18-year-old Veronica Cascio.