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.
Families of suspected “Speed Freak Killers'” victims meet with the FBI in their search for answers.
A dig for human remains in a Linden area well failed, the FBI said on Thursday, and there are no plans for future searches.
“Speed Freak Killer” Wesley Shermantine has written another letter to CBS13’s Koula Gianulias over the search for his victims.
After 25 days into its excavation efforts of a filled-in well, the FBI team in Linden has not discovered any human remains thus far.
The public hears for the first time from “Speed Freak Killer” Wesley Shermantine about the FBI’s latest dig for victims’ remains.
A letter from death row claims FBI investigators who are searching for more speed freak killer victims are digging in the wrong spot.
After nearly two weeks of site preparation, an FBI team is ready to begin sifting through soil from a Linden well in the search for human remains, the agency said Wednesday.
Results of DNA testing revealed the identity of the commingled remains of “Speed Freak” victims discovered in October.
Investigators appear to have resumed their search for remains of the victims of the Speed Freak Killers’ in the town of Linden.
Several Public Records Act requests were put in by CBS13 on the commingled remains discovered in October, but to little avail.
For the first time ever, Wesley Shermantine’s sister, Barbara, is talking about how her brother’s actions have changed her life.