Police ‘persons of interest’ in Albuquerque serial murders investigation Posted on February 17, 2014 by Diana Washington Valdez By Diana Washington Valdez Copyrighted material/research was underwritten in part by the Fund for Investigative Journalism From West Mesa Project (Albuquerque serial murders) Persons of interest in the West Mesa case, but no evidence ALBUQUERQUE – Several persons of interest attracted the attention of Albuquerque law enforcement for their possible role in the West Mesa homicides or because of what they might know about the crimes. Two of them are dead and two are in prison. Police, who have not named suspects, acknowledged that so far they have not developed any workable evidence against any of these persons of interest: [...] Lou Fred Reynolds, 60, who police said was a pimp, died of natural causes on Jan. 2, 2009. Police found pictures of several West Mesa victims at his home but no physical evidence linking him to the murder. Reynolds, of Albuquerque, was arrested in 2001 and in 1998 on suspicion of promoting prostitution.