Cody Legebokoff Found Guilty of 4 counts of 1st Degree Murder

September 11th, 2014  / Author: Serial Killer

Cody Alan Legebokoff was found guilty of 4 counts of first-degree murder in a Supreme Court in Prince George, BC. Cody Alan Legebokoff had originally plead guilty to four counts of second-degree murder claiming he was present at the four murders but did not actually commit the killings of the four women.

More information will be posted as it comes in.

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Cody Alan Legebokoff – The Prince George Killer Update

August 26th, 2014  / Author: Serial Killer

The following is an update on the criminal trial of Cody Alan Legebokoff aka the Prince George Killer.

In court August 26, 2014 in Prince George, British Columbia, Legebokoff claimed other men did the killing of the women he is charged with murdering. Legebokoff told the court that three other men who he would only name as X, Y and Z actually murdered three of the four women.

When pressed to give names, Legebokoff claimed he didn’t want to be known as a ‘rat’ inside prison.

“At that time, I didn’t expect to be what I actually did was murder. But now, sitting here charged with it, I don’t feel very good about it.”
Cody Alan Legebokoff

Cody Alan Legebokoff - The Prince George Killer
Cody Alan Legebokoff – The Prince George Killer

The courtroom heard the testimony of Legebokoff where he described being present at the murders of Jill Stacey Stuchenko, Natasha Lynn Montgomery, and Cynthia Frances Maas. He added that he struck Loren Leslie but only after she had injured herself with a knife getting out of his truck.

To this date Montgomery’s body has not been found though her DNA was found in Legebokoff’s apartment after his arrest. The DNA was found on items that included clothing, bedsheets and an axe.

The court trial is ongoing and is expected to run up to eight months in length. If you have any information on these murders please contact your local police department or the RCMP.

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Gary Ray Bowles – The I-95 Serial Killer

May 23rd, 2014  / Author: Serial Killer

You can kill somebody pretty easy if you have the mindset for it.” Gary Ray Bowles

Gary Ray Bowles I-95 serial killerGary Ray Bowles fits the outward ideal of – “He doesn’t look like a serial killer.” With his rather unassuming ways and almost demure manner, his mild outside appearance doesn’t accurately portray the vicious serial killer lurking within.

The year was 1994 and over the course of that calendar year, Bowles would murder a known total of six men. Bowles’ modus operandi was to prostitute himself to his victims who he would later beat, strangle to death and rob. His use of their stolen credit cards helped the police and FBI track him down. Throughout his period of committing murders, Bowles didn’t exactly work hard to conceal his activities or identity. Unlike some serial killers who take great pains to hide and remain concealed, Bowles for example would carelessly use his victim’s credit cards in full view of store security cameras.

Bowles has stated he had a very abusive childhood that included beatings and later abandonment. His mother married consecutive abusive men who routinely beat Gary, his brother and mother. When the abuse didn’t stop, Gary and his brother severely beat their second stepfather. When their mother chose to stay with the abuser, Gary and his brother decided to leave home for a life on the streets. His upbringing no doubt helped create the rage that would later manifest itself in a series of killings along the I-95 highway corridor from Florida to Maryland.

The sheer brutality of the murders and smart police work early on in the investigation combined to lead investigators towards the idea of a serial killer on the loose. They were so sure that Bowles would kill again he landed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list and appeared on the television show America’s Most Wanted.

“I just wanted to kill as many people as possible before they caught me.”

While Bowles never admitted to being gay, he did engage in sexual activities with men for financial gain. This was to be Bowles’ main source of income for many years. Though during the height of killings he was working through a staffing agency in Jacksonville Beach, Florida via an assumed name –┬áTimothy Whitfield.

Bowles did have relationships with women, including one relationship that ended with Bowles going to prison for six years for beating and sexually assaulting her. He would also serve another prison sentence for unarmed robbery of an elderly lady.

Gary Ray Bowles was sentenced to death after having his first case reversed by the Florida Supreme Court. He was convicted for the murders of three people and is now awaiting his fate on death row.

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