The Handyman And His 'Voices'

In the end--after months of frustration and false leads--the Yosemite murder case broke open on a tiny piece of luck. On the evening of July 21, when naturalist Joie Armstrong was attacked by a knife-wielding psychopath at her home, a U.S. Park Service firefighter noticed a blue-and-white 1979 International Scout parked near her house. When Armstrong's decapitated body was discovered the next day, the firefighter's report triggered a BOLO--cop slang for "be on the lookout"--and led police to...
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