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Reward For Information In Burned-Dog Case Increased To $13,500

The reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who set a dog on fire earlier this week has been increased.


Workers sift through the remains of Speed Freak Killers' victims found at a dig site in Linden in September 2012. (credit: CBS)

Federal Court Considers Case About Handling Of ‘Speed Freak Killer’ Victims’ Remains

A federal judge in California is considering a lawsuit filed by the mother of a girl whose remains were found at the bottom of a well during the investigation of the so-called “Speed Freak Killers” case.


Melvin Hayes' car was recovered, and along with it, his wife's cremated remains. (Credit: CBS13)

Man’s Stolen Car And Urn Containing Wife’s Remains Recovered

Melvin Hayes’ car was stolen Thursday at a car wash possibly by a woman posing as an employee. But it was the urn containing his wife Annamarie’s remains in the car that really upset Hayes.


The remains of Joann Hobson have been positively identified.  They were found in a Linden well believed to be where the Speed Freak Killers, Wesley Shermantine and Loren Herzog, dumped some of the victims. (credit: CBS13)

Family Of Serial Killers’ Victim Sues San Joaquin County Sheriff Over Damaged Remains

A family of one of the victims of the “Speed Freak Killers” has filed a lawsuit against San Joaquin County and Sheriff Steve Moore, alleging the remains of their loved one were desecrated and destroyed by the actions of the sheriff’s department.


Identifying DNA

DNA Expert Says Identifying Speed Freak Killers’ Victims’ Remains Difficult

DNA expert Robert Blasier is doubtful that bone fragments found at the Speed Freak Killers “bone yard” in Linden can be identified through DNA.