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Trash Bag Murders #253493

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 1977
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(Studio) 2 men are arrested in Riverside, California, for trash bag murders.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Riverside, California) Patrick Kearney and David Hill are charged with 2 murders, but authorities say they could be involved in at least 28 over last 10 years [Sheriff Ben CLARK - notes views of investigators with regard to other cases.] 2 gave selves up on Friday; police reports with regard to prisoners' accounts of patterns of killings, with regard to picking up men in Los Angeles area and taking them to Redondo Beach home, noted. [MAN - describes details linking cases.] Discovery of body of teenager Johnny Lamay in Riverside Cnty. in March gave 1st hard evidence and linked suspects with other cases. Men are admitted homosexuals.
REPORTER: Sharron Lovejoy

Lovejoy, Sharron;
Rather, Dan

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