For months CBS13 has requested documents from San Joaquin County authorities in the “Speed Freak Killers” case, trying to figure out how one of the victims remains were mixed with another victim’s.
Results of DNA testing revealed the identity of the commingled remains of “Speed Freak” victims discovered in October.
Several Public Records Act requests were put in by CBS13 on the commingled remains discovered in October, but to little avail.
Faced with mounting criticism over its handling of the “Speed Freak Killers” case, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference Friday afternoon in which the sheriff stood by how the dig for victims’ remains was handled.
The remains of a Speed Freak Killers’ victim turned over to a mother turned up at least one victim that law enforcement never knew about.
A local woman is demanding an investigation into the San Joaquin County Sheriff, because she says the sheriff is disrespecting the dead and failing to protect his community.
A new report shows there may be more Speed Freak killer victims’ remains discovered than law enforcement previously released.
Joan Shelley never stopped looking for her 16-year-old daughter, who went missing in 1985.