On Crime Crackdown 2016, there were seven arrests of highlighted people with warrants, plus for arrests connected to those people. Several tips came in with the potential to lead to more arrests in coming days.
The FBI is asking for the public’s help identifying a man they call the most prolific killer in California—perhaps the nation. The man terrorized several areas in California during the late 70s into the 80s. Local law enforcement says they don’t know if the man ever made his way to Northern Nevada, but are looking at cold cases to see if there are any connections to him.
The Washoe County District Attorney’s office has a team of investigators who search for parents considered the worst offenders. What we call deadbeats. These investigators allowed KOLO 8 News Now’s Sarah Johns to join them on a shift, as long as she kept their identities protected.
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