Displaying results 1 - 25 of 291 for serial shooter. Subscribe to this search
Dale Hausner, left, looks at his lawyer, Ken Everett in court Friday afternoon, March 13, 2009 in Phoenix, Ariz. Hausner was convicted Friday of six murders in a series of nearly 30 attacks in 2005 and 2006. (AP Photo/Mark Henle, Pool)
The prosecution rested its case today against Phoenix-area serial shooter suspect Dale Hausner.
The man who has confessed to two homicides in a shooting spree throughout 2005 and 2006 is scheduled to testify today against his co-defendant in Maricopa County Superior Court.
The man accused in a shooting spree that left eight people dead denied on the witness stand Monday that he shot anyone.
Before he became victim No. 2 in the Serial Shooters killing spree, Reginald Remillard lived a life of misperception.
Dale Hausner sits during his trial in the Maricopa County Superior Court Oct. 6, 2008. Hausner, one of two men arrested in the "Serial Shooters" case, has pleaded not guilty in eight killings and 20 other attacks that occurred during 2005 and 2006.
The eight-count murder trial for suspected Serial Shooter Dale Hausner will take place in the Valley after all.
In the summer of 2006, people throughout the Valley wondered who was lurking in the shadows and killing at random.
SUSPECTS: Dale Hausner, left, and Samuel Dieteman arrive Aug. 4, 2006, at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office’s Madison Street Jail in Phoenix after being arrested on suspicion of a spree of shootings across the Valley. The trial for Hausner is set to get under way on Wednesday.
When Dale Hausner, a suspect in the Serial Shooter case, faces multiple murder charges later this year, jurors will be able to hear recordings in which he and his accomplice say they wanted to "kill 500."\
PHOENIX - Accused serial killer Dale Hausner has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and aggravated assault charges from the latest case added to the Serial Shooter investigation.
The man who tipped off investigators to the identities of the suspected Serial Shooters has died.
A forensic psychologist told a judge Friday it would be a “substantial leap” to assume all the crimes connected to Dale Hausner, a suspect in serial slayings, were done for thrills.
More officers are joining the hunt for two criminals in a series of rapes and shootings, and new billboards are urging residents to help. While Phoenix residents have known for months that two serial killers are striking their neighborhoods, Mesa residents now face the possibility that the crime spree has spilled into their streets.
Paul Meyer, CEO of Clear Channel Outdoor, stands in front of the first billboard his company is using to help find and catch the Baseline Killer and the Serial Shooter.
From May 2005 through August 2006, the greater Phoenix area was under siege by what would become known as the 'serial shootings.' During that time, and through Wednesday's announcement of convicted shooter Dale Hausner's death, the East Valley Tribune (in print and online) has published more than 200 stories chronicling the eight murders and nearly 30 other shooting incidents associated with Hausner and his accomplices. Read those stories here. [NOTE: Some stories contain hyperlinks that may no longer work. We apologize for any inconvenience.]
The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the death sentences of a man convicted of six murders and numerous other crimes in the so-called Serial Shooter case, a series of random nighttime shootings that put many Phoenix-area residents on edge for months.
A jury sentenced a man to life in prison Wednesday for his role in a series of random nighttime shootings that unnerved metropolitan Phoenix in 2005 and 2006.
A juror in the penalty phase of the "Serial Shooter" trial in Phoenix has been dismissed.
A prosecutor in metro Phoenix’s Serial Shooter case said in closing arguments Tuesday that the main suspect carried out the shootings for fame and kept news clippings of the crimes as “trophies.”