Power Search
Children's Miracle Network
A Gift for Teaching
Homepage > Local News

Person Of Interest Ruled Out As Serial Killer Suspect

POSTED: 11:56 pm EDT June 19, 2006
UPDATED: 10:29 am EDT June 20, 2006

 | Print this story
Sign Up for Breaking News Alerts
Investigators in Daytona Beach, Fla., said a longtime volunteer at a homeless shelter who was considered a person of interest in the search for a serial killer has been ruled out as a suspect in the homicides, Local 6 News has learned.

  • David Lindsay.

    Detectives said two of the serial killer's victims apparently visited the Volusia County Homeless Coalition where David Lindsay volunteered.

    IMAGES: Victim Photos
    IMAGES: Prostitutes Hunt Serial Killer

    An investigation found that Lindsay served eight years in jail for killing his wife and was wanted for strangling an elderly man in Illinois, Local 6 News reported.

    However, Lindsay was cleared.

    The person who killed Laquetta Gunther, Julie Green and Iwana Patton remains on the loose.

    Gunther's body was found in an alley on Dec. 26. Green's body was discovered Jan. 14 on a dirt road at a construction site, while Patton was found on a dirt road Feb. 24.

    The three women are believed to have entered the killer's vehicle before they were found shot to death.

    Sources told Local 6 News in an earlier report that all three victims were shot at close range by someone who likely frequents the streets.

    Anyone with information concerning the homicides is urged to call Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS.

    Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.

    Links We Like

    Are you tired of not getting equal pay? Find out why women make less for doing the same thing. More

    Do you want to find out about GPS without spending your cash? Learn more here. More

    Want to live in a great location without paying a huge rent payment? Check out these excellent rentals with meager fees. More

    Are you worried about your children? Check out these products that they could be playing with, that could pose a safety risk. More

    Click on over to tvnewsland.com for odd, unusual and curious stories.

    Links We Like includes a selection of information, tools and resources from our partners and sponsors.

    Sponsored Links

    Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood says he is outraged over a judge's recent protective order against two of his officers on behalf of a man allegedly caught on tape threatening to kill the police detectives.

    Credit Reports

    Coupons.com Experts recommend checking your credit report regularly. See where your credit stands with a FREE credit report and score!

    Desktop Alert

    Big Picture Desktop Alert
    * Breaking News Alerts
    * Severe Weather Alerts
    Download Big Picture Desktop Alert! More