November 28, 2014
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) - A probation officer who searched the
Nevada home of an alleged serial killer says he found photographs
of nude women posed in "unnatural positions" who appeared dead or
Probation officer Roger Jacobs testified Tuesday in Joseph
Naso's preliminary hearing in California. Jacobs supervised Naso's
probation for the Nevada Department of Public Safety.
Naso has pleaded not guilty to the murders of four Northern
California women in what could be a death penalty case. He is
Jacobs says the photographs were near a list Naso had scrawled
with descriptions of 10 women, including four references
prosecutors believe describe slaying victims from the 1970s and
Six other women referred to on the list have not yet been
identified, but prosecutors say the investigation is ongoing.
Naso lived in Reno's north valleys for a while a few years ago.
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