Stockton serial killer suspect Wesley Brownlee was charged Tuesday with three counts of homicide and firearms offenses three days after he was arrested whereas allegedly stalking one other sufferer close to a metropolis park.
Brownlee, 43, was charged with the murders of Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez on Aug. 30, Juan Cruz on Sept. 21, and Lawrence Lopez Sr. on Sept. 27, in line with San Joaquin County Superior Courtroom information.
All the shootings seemed to be unprovoked and occurred within the late evening or early morning hours, authorities mentioned.
Brownlee was not charged with the deadly shootings of Paul Alexander Yaw on July 8 or Salvador Debudey Jr. on Aug. 11, though the Stockton Police Division had alleged that these circumstances, and the deadly taking pictures of an Oakland man and the non-fatal taking pictures of a Stockton girl in 2021, have been linked to the opposite deaths.
Brownlee is because of seem in courtroom for arraignment Tuesday afternoon.
He was arrested round 2 a.m. Saturday as he was driving round a public park. He had been below surveillance for about two days, authorities mentioned.
The arrest adopted a weeks-long manhunt for the individual allegedly liable for a killing rampage that spanned greater than a yr and two Northern California cities.
In late September, police mentioned that the killings of Yaw, Debudey, Rodriguez, Cruz and Lopez have been all associated.
Investigators later mentioned that the 2021 homicide of Juan Miguel Vasquez Serrano in Oakland and the non-fatal taking pictures of a lady in Stockton a couple of days later have been additionally linked.
The circumstances have been linked by means of ballistics proof, police mentioned.