Discussion in 'Jaycee Lee Dugard' started by LinasK, Aug 28, 2009.
This thread is to discuss prior offenses and convictions of Phillip Garrido.
From the RGJ archives: 1976 stories of Garrido's arrest for rape, kidnapping
this goes all the way back to 76, but an adult victim.
what a freakin sicko this guy is....
from the link posted above...
"The detective said the warehouse had rugs on the floor and walls, pornographic magazines, a movie projector, marital aids, a spotlight, wine and hot water."
what are "marital aids". is that like 1976 viagra or something??
Joga - I don't recommend googling it... I would guess it basically involves what we would call sex toys.
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Not sure if this is the right place for this question... But, I'm confused about the timeline shown here: http://www.sacbee.com/latest/story/2144352.html
If he brought Jaycee directly to the Antioch CA house after he abducted her in 1991, how is it that his parole was not transferred to California until 1999? What am I missing here?
That is odd Maureen---are the courts THAT slow?
This morning on the radio (I live in the area) a former neighbor of his who lived next door to him from 1990-1993 said that he had built the soundproof room in 1990 and had told her husband he was a musician. He'd even shown it to her husband to get his opinion about what he thought of it. So he was living with the mother at least a year before he abducted Jaycee.
Maybe he lived with her but his official address was elsewhere. He got away with what he was doing for long enough he made it his official address?
The prior rape charge said he was a musician too. The musician thing also semi-explains why he's working with inventions about controlling sound with his mind etc. (in a very schizophrenic freak kind of a way).
I hadn't realized that the Antioch home was his mother's house. I thought that it was his actual residence & wondered how he was registering as a sex offender, every year, at that home (I think that I read that he was registering regularly), but still had a parole officer in another state.
So, according to one of the old articles, he lived at 1855 Market Street in S. Lake Tahoe in 1976...
"DeMaranville said the rented mini-warehouse had been turned into strange living quarters. It was rented to Garrido, although his residence is 1855 Market St."
He didn't run off to Reno over state lines to marry, then, he already lived in Nevada. Looks like he lived in Nevada until he grabbed Jaycee, then took her to his mom's house in Antioch? Maybe he kept the Tahoe address for several years, so that no one would look for Jaycee there. When he ended up not being a suspect, he got bolder and went ahead and changed the address to his mother's house in 1999. Possibly?
Almost too much info to keep up on, so this may already have been dealt with.
He married his first wife in 1973 in NV but both had listed as CA as their residence. He either moved over there or was just crossing the lines to do his dirty deeds.
I believe he moved in with his mother after he was released from prison in 1988. I might have the year wrong, if so someone please correct me. TY.
This creep, how many children's lives did he ruin?
Did he murder the prositutes and what happened to the other 4 year old girl.
I hope Jaycee, can helpput him and his so called wife away FOREVER!!!
Friends? relatives? neighbors? no one questioned him about seeing any kids?
sound proof room? shanty's? tents? junk all around house?
He attacked her in the car, handcuffed her, tied her up and taped her mouth then took her to mini warehouse. Besides the above listed items there were also pornographic magazines, wine and hot water.
Just thought these things might be useful later as they go toward MO. It seems pretty obviious that he was planning a film. If it was just for himself, would he have "decorated" the crime scene by hanging the rugs?
Why hot water?
Man Accused in Abduction Seemed to Have Been More Unhinged Recently
snip....Mr. Garrido told her that he had created an amplifier that he thought had other-worldly qualities, though she said it resembled nothing more than a glorified hearing aide. He also told her something that chilled her in retrospect.
“He said, ‘I’m going to release the secrets of the past,’ ” Ms. Molino recalled.
Accused abductor of Jaycee Dugard turned increasingly zealous, customers say
snip...Garrido told Christenson, too, that she would "fall backwards" when his plans took shape.
"He said, 'I'm going to Berkeley. This is really great.' They were going to listen to what he had to say about God and all these things," she said. "He was talking about the Berkeley thing since last year but went into high gear about three months ago."
snip...One of the men, William Clark, described a strange display on the dashboard of Garrido's car. He said religious symbols — including a pentagram — were glued onto the dashboard, along with an array of nude baby dolls. Law enforcement officials did not return calls to confirm the display.
A retired Reno police detective assigned to the first criminal case says that Garrido indicated he preferred sex by force after confessing the 1976 crimes to him.
Phillip Garrido spent the 1970s on one debauchery after another: LSD trips, cocaine binges, pot smoking, public masturbation. Then in 1976, he found a new way to indulge his twisted sexual fantasies.
Bringing ChaCha's post over to an appropriate thread:
Available federal and state parole records show that Phillip Garrido was released from a Nevada prison in 1988 only to violate his federal parole in California five years later.
But Garrido, suspected of kidnapping Jaycee Lee Dugard from South Lake Tahoe in 1991, served just a four months in federal prison for the parole violation in 1993.
Nevada officials were never informed of his parole violation.
“If we had been notified of that we would have done a retake,” said Gail Powell, spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Public Safety. She said he would have been brought back to serve the remainder of his sentence in Carson City.
“We were never informed,” she said. “I don’t know why.”