Alleged California Serial Killer Charged With Four More Murders
Suspected Northern California serial killer Wesley Brownlee has been charged on Tuesday with four more counts of murder and one count of attempted murder, adding to the three counts of murder already against him, Jerry Lambe reports for Law and Crime. Brownlee was arrested while allegedly “out hunting” for new victims, according to Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden.
Brownlee was originally arrested in October by the Stockton Police Department for the murders of Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez, Juan Cruz, and Lawrence Lopez Sr. Now, Brownlee has been charged with the murders of Juan Alexander Vasquez and Marvin Harmon on separate occasions in April 2021, Paul Yaw in July 2022 and Salvador Debudey Jr. in August of 2022. He has also been charged with attempted murder for the shooting of Natasha LaTour in April 2021. She is the only known survivor.