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Police say serial killer behind deaths of four
Published January 25, 2008
DAYTONA BEACH - The person responsible for the death of a 30-year-old woman found earlier this month is a serial killer who struck two years ago and killed three women, authorities say.
The four victims - LaQuetta Mae Gunther, Julie Ann Green, Iwana Patton and, most recently, Stacey Gage - were all found in secluded locations: the woods, a construction site and an alley. The earlier three victims had been shot in the head with the same caliber weapon. Police haven't disclosed how Gage was killed, but said evidence recovered and methods used by the killer resembled the other murders.
Police said the three earlier victims led "high-risk lifestyles," but stopped short of calling them prostitutes.
Daytona Beach police Chief Michael Chitwood said Wednesday "any woman in the wrong place at the wrong time" could be in danger.
"I think it would be safe to say that the only way he's going to be stopped is when somebody in law enforcement puts handcuffs on him," Chitwood said in Thursday's Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Police are still searching for the van, a white 1998 Plymouth Voyager with Florida tag T25-9VD.
A reward for information leading to an arrest is $16,000.