19 Unsolved Murders Along I-4 Interstate Highway FBI Claims a Long Haul Truck Driver Is Best Cover Job For the I-4 Serial Killer. I-4 Serial Killer and Dayton Beach Serial Killer Same Guy a Long Haul Trucker Over 30 Cases Near I-4 and I-95 Says FBI. If you want to be a serial killer, then being a long-haul trucker is an excellent career choice, according to the FBI. I was part of a Documentary with A&E about the I-4 Serial Killer called 'the Killing Season' in November 2016, we shot our sequence inside the Acme Truck Stop in Orlando at the Red Rooster Diner 9565 S. Orange Blossom Trail. I have done extensive research into multiple unsolved murders, mostly young women involved with drugs and prostitution, of victims whose bodies have been found along the interstate highways of the USA, especially I-4.
FBI Report Highway violence; In the past four decades, over 500 unsolved deaths and 41 attempted homicides are believed to be linked to serial killers who are using the nation’s highways as truckers to find and dispose of their victims. 33 bodies n Florida, 38 bodies in Texas and 37 bodies in California are the top 3 in the body count nation wide. FBI on Highway Serial Killings Initiative - The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) consists of a database and web-based tool available to law enforcement agencies to link homicides, sexual assaults, missing person, and unidentified human remains that may be geographically dispersed, allowing police departments to better coordinate communication and investigative efforts on potentially linked crimes.
A long-haul truck driver might just have the “best” job, according to the FBI to cover his tracks as a serial killer..“They’re extremely difficult to track down and the mobility of their occupation allows them access to so many different areas of victim selection and then victim release locations,” says FBI Crime Analyst Christie Palazzolo. Michael Arntfield, a criminologist at Western University in Ontario and expert on serial killers, agrees with the FBI’s truck-driver theory. Arntfield says a sizable proportion of uncaught serial killers are most likely people traveling the roads extensively for work. A long-haul truck driver provides anonymity, a perfect excuse for being out at all hours, limited supervision and “access to a stocked pond of victims in every city,” he tells A&E Real Crime. “You can operate in ways that wouldn’t be inherently suspicious.”
Police say the death of 30-year-old Stacey Gage, whose body was found near an abandoned church, is probably linked to the three earlier murders in Daytona Beach. The cases are "eerily similar," said Daytona Police Chief Mike Chitwood. "It makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up," he said. "When you look at the victimology, at Stacey's past, the topography of where the bodies were found and obviously other signs and clues at crimes scene, you begin to think, 'Wow, are we heading down this road again?" "He's picking on women who are viewed as disposable to society, who he can obviously dominate," Chitwood said. Chitwood would not discuss details of Gage's slaying. The other three women, LaQuetta Gunther, Iwana Patton and Julie Ann Green, were all shot in the head. All three had histories of prostitution and their naked bodies were found in relatively secluded areas of the city. "Obviously, the attacks are motivated by sexual gratification. Obviously, there's power because of the positions the women are in," Chitwood said. "They're basically executed." DNA evidence from two of the bodies matched as did ballistics from the bullets, Chitwood said. He would not say whether they matched evidence from Gage's murder. Gage did not have a criminal record for prostitution, though she did have a history of drug problems, said Cmdr. Mark Barker of the police department in Holly Hill, Fla., where Gage lived. She had been arrested several times for minor offenses, he said.
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