PHOENIX - The Phoenix home of the man accused of being the "Baseline Killer" was apparently hit by gunfire late Monday
Police won't confirm that the home belongs to Mark Goudeau, but neighbors do and television images of the home show bullet holes in the front door of the residence that was shared by Goudeau and his wife, Wendy Carr.
Sgt. Andy Hill said police received two calls about gunshots in the area near the home just after 11 p.m. Monday. When officers arrived, they found two bullet holes in the front screen and door. Detectives later determined that the house in central Phoenix had been hit by at least six bullets.
A woman was home at the time and told officers she heard loud banging noises, opened the front door and discovered bullet holes, Hill said. He would not confirm if the woman was Carr.
Officers don't know if the shooting was random or specifically targeted the home, Hill said. But because only one home was hit, it appears the shots were aimed.
Goudeau, 42, is charged with 94 crimes, including nine murders, multiple rapes, robberies and kidnappings over a 13-month period attributed to a criminal police called the Baseline Killer.