Copycat of D.C Snipers.... ???

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posted on Feb, 10 2004 @ 01:56 PM
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Why would you take 23 3 shooting happend on 23 and two with in a mile of 23.If you are coming to columbus from the south their are no major highways that have not had a problem.Look at the map herewwwimage.cbsnews.com...




posted on Feb, 16 2004 @ 12:08 PM
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I'd take 23 -

1. because it's just a little ways going through where the shootings around rt 23 happened, can get through there very quickly

2. all of the other shootings have been moving further away from rt 23.



posted on Feb, 16 2004 @ 12:10 PM
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What would happen if this person or persons were found out to be muslims like Malvo and his buddy?



posted on Feb, 16 2004 @ 12:10 PM
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We've got another one !

CNN) -- Ballistics tests confirm that a bullet that struck an SUV yesterday in Licking County, Ohio, is linked to 23 other shootings near Columbus, the task force investigating the shootings said Sunday.

The bullet recovered from a 1988 Chevrolet Suburban about 17 miles east of Columbus matches eight other bullets, including the one that killed a woman in November, the task force said in a written statement.

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Witness: 'I seen the guy on the bridge'




Okay, we have a description of the "suspect" and he was seen during this last shooting, how long now before they get him ?



posted on Mar, 28 2004 @ 06:21 PM
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Update : The cost of Catching this guy...


COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The investigation into a deadly string of highway sniper attacks cost more than $3 million in overtime pay, aircraft surveillance and equipment such as security cameras, a newspaper reported.

City, state and federal agencies spent a total of about $750,000 each month of a four-month investigation that led to the arrest of Charles McCoy Jr., according to a story in Sunday's edition of The Columbus Dispatch. The newspaper surveyed 10 agencies that participated in the investigation.

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Not included in the estimate were other costs to the FBI, which were not available

can you believe this, as bad as it it to have someone out there doing something like this, we don't always think about the costs involved. I think he should have to pay this money back.


[Edited on 28-3-2004 by elevatedone]



posted on Apr, 2 2004 @ 09:08 AM
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The man arrested in the deadly string of highway shootings that terrorized Ohio drivers for months was indicted Thursday on a murder charge that could bring the death penalty.

Charles A. McCoy Jr., 28, was also charged with numerous other offenses, including attempted murder, assault and vandalism, in half of the 24 shootings.

The murder charge covers the only death in the case, that of 62-year-old Gail Knisley, who was being driven by a friend to a doctor's appointment and shopping trip when a bullet pierced the driver's door and killed her November 25. No one else was ever hit.

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McCoy was identified in mid-March as a suspect. But up until Thursday, he had only been charged with assault in one of the shootings.

He was captured March 17 in Las Vegas, two days after investigators released his photo and a description of his car.


Well after one death and millions of dollars they have him. The charge of the one shooting that resulted in death, could bring the death penalty for this guy, do you think that's justified ?





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