A Marin County jury on Tuesday found Joseph Naso guilty of killing four women in the Bay Area and Yuba County between 1977 and 1994.
Marin County jurors presiding over the trial of an elderly photographer accused of being a serial killer who murdered four Northern California prostitutes began deliberating late Monday.
Accused serial killer Joseph Naso said Friday morning that the prosecution’s case alleging that he killed four prostitutes in Northern California is based on illegal, circumstantial evidence, opinion, speculation and conjecture.
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.
Wesley Shermantine and Loren Herzog, known as the Speed Freak Killers, went on a methamphetamine-fueled killing in the 1980s and 1990s. Some people believe they could be responsible for as many as 25 unsolved murders.
Joseph Naso, the Reno man accused of killing four women in Northern California between 1977 and 1994, Friday morning adamantly asserted his right to represent himself at his trial.
Two Nevada Department of Public Safety officers testified Wednesday morning that they found cash, guns, mannequins dressed in nylons, and a diary documenting sexual assaults when they searched accused serial killer Joseph Naso’s Reno home in 2010.
Prosecutors began detailing their case Tuesday against a suspected serial killer charged in the decades-old slayings of four women from the Bay Area and other parts of Northern California with matching initials.
A man accused of killing four Northern California women appeared in court Thursday for a hearing on his request to act as his own attorney.