Jurors in the trial of a 79-year-old man charged with the decades-old slayings of four women in Northern California wiped tears from their eyes, as a prosecutor showed images of the victims’ bodies and described how they were discovered.
Joseph Naso, facing the death penalty for the murders of four women, mocked the prosecutor during interviews with prospective jurors.
Jury selection begins Monday at the trial of alleged serial killer Joseph Naso, charged with killing four women whose bodies were found along rural roads in Yuba, Marin and Contra Costa counties between 1977 and 1994.
A Marin County Superior Court judge has set a trial date of Nov. 5 for accused serial killer Joseph Naso.
The Marin County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday morning it will seek the death penalty against accused serial killer Joseph Naso.
A Marin County Superior Court judge has ordered accused serial killer Joseph Naso to stand trial on charges that he murdered four women between 1977 and 1994.
Deputy District Attorney Dori Ahana summed up the evidence presented against Joseph Naso at his preliminary hearing Friday, before the accused serial killer delivered a long rebuttal.
The ex-wife of Joseph Naso, who is accused of killing four women — including an Oakland woman who was allegedly strangled with the ex-wife’s pantyhose—testified Thursday morning that Naso had asked her to claim she had lost her pantyhose.
A criminalist testified Wednesday morning that DNA found on pantyhose worn by a murder victim whose body was found in Marin County in 1977 contained semen that is likely that of Joseph Naso.
Police in Healdsburg have exhumed the body of a woman found decades ago to see if there’s a connection to serial killing suspect Joseph Naso.