Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Serial Killer Neal Falls had post-it note in his pocket with list of 6 names of women all around the same age with similar looks he targeted the same type of female

UPDATE 7/28/2015..CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Charleston Police released new evidence Monday showing Neal Falls' possible plan to target six other women, most of them located in Kanawha County. Serial Killer Neal Falls had post-it note in his pocket with list of 6 names of women all around the same age with similar looks. "It's likely that Mr. Neal Falls is a serial killer," Steve Cooper, Charleston Police Department Chief of Detectives, told CBS News. Serial Killer Neal Falls, DOB 9/24/1969, worked as a security guard in Springfield OR, Eugene OR, Henderson NV, and Butler IN where he had a pistol permit, his victims were young pretty blonde females. Lt. Steve Cooper, chief of detectives for the Charleston Police Department, said his detectives has shared information with investigators in other states to determine whether there may be a link to similar cases, the list spans from coast to coast including: Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Police say in some of these states, Neal Falls was stopped for different traffic-related offenses. In others, it appears that he had been checked out by law enforcement for possible "suspicious activity." Serial Killer Neal Falls was stopped by police in Louisville, Kentucky, in 2013, but he wasn’t charged with anything. Cooper tells WSAZ he has been in contact with police there, but doesn’t know of any specific cases and says he’s keeping them informed out of an “abundance of caution.”

Serial Killer Neal Falls 'tools of the trade' mimicked Ted Bundy as did the type of female he stalked and killed. Neal Falls’ Subaru was stocked with weapons and tools, including a shovel, knives, a bulletproof vest, a machete, bleach, trash bags, sledgehammers, and axes. Ted Bundy had in his car a Oriental knife in a wooden case, a ski mask, a second mask fashioned from pantyhose, a crowbar, handcuffs, Glad trash bags, a coil of rope, an ice pick, and other items initially assumed to be burglary tools. Did Neal Falls copycat serial killer Ted Bundy 'tools of the trade'.

The 4 young women share common traits: all are white, long blonde or light colored hair, slim build, between 5 feet 4 inches and 5 feet 6 inches tall, according to police. There could be more victims in a string of slayings of Las Vegas Valley prostitutes whose dismembered bodies were found along highways says a Las Vegas police detective. Detective Larry Hanna implored law enforcement authorities in other jurisdictions to check for cases similar to those of four young women with ties to Las Vegas. The body parts of three of the women have been found off of highways in Las Vegas, California and Illinois, and a fourth woman who matches the descriptions of the others is missing. "As my sergeant says, 'There are no coincidences in law enforcement.'"

GONE GIRLS: Cops and the FBI have no clues as to where all these “gone girls” have gone missing in America, I have taken some heat in the media for putting out my theories about the epidemic of missing young females with long blonde hair for the past 4 years, and in almost every case they are still unsolved and unfortunately several of the females I have profiled have ended up as unsolved murders. PENN LIVE CENTRAL PA….Private Investigator Bill Warner Notes Similarities Between Kortne Stouffer and 17 Other Missing Women. Serial killers Ted Bundy and Neal Falls both had the same dumb smirk and dead eye stare on their faces when photographed, Falls even copied the Bundy t-shirt look. VICTIMOLOGY: “It’s a profile I have developed. All these missing young women, they look just like sisters with long blonde hair, this is the same M.O. used by serial killer Ted Bundy,” Bill Warner said. “They all disappeared under strange circumstances, outside their apartment or house, with no break-ins, no indication of confrontation in or out of the house. They just disappear,” he said, adding a lot of them disappeared after a night of drinking. Dave Arnold, Lebanon County district attorney, said the FBI’s violence crimes unit (VICAM) already looked at Kortne Stouffer’s disappearance, compared it with missing persons cases up and down the East Coast, and didn’t find links to other cases. “It’s an interesting read, an interesting theory he has. But there are no facts to support the theory at least at this point in time,” Arnold said of Bill Warner’s blog.

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com