Accused 'Golden State Killer' charged with two counts of murder

Accused 'Golden State Killer' charged with two counts of murderHandcuffed to a wheelchair and appearing frail, the former California policeman accused of being the notorious “Golden State Killer” appeared in court on Friday and was charged with two counts of murder. Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, who was arrested on Tuesday after a 40-year manhunt, did not enter a plea to the charges at the brief arraignment in a Sacramento court. DeAngelo was charged with the February 2, 1978 murders of Brian and Katie Maggiore, a newlywed couple who were shot dead in Rancho Cordova, a Sacramento suburb, while walking their dog.



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