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California home belong to the man, who is believed to be the infamous, the Golden State Killer, who has been accused of committing a dozen murders and nearly 50 of rape in the late 1970’s to the mid 1980’s – has been sold to a pair of gearing up to live in.
Joseph DeAngelo of the 1,500-square-metre, three-bedroom, two-bath ranch home in Citrus Heights was purchased for $320,000 last month, the Sacramento Bee reported on Tuesday.
“This is home, and came in at the low end of the market,” Ryan Lundquist, is a residential real estate appraiser, told the paper. “1400-1600 square foot houses in the area tend to sell from anywhere from $315,000 to $400,000 in addition to a few of the outliers at $425,000.”
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In this contemporary California home, once owned by Joseph DeAngelo, who is believed to be the notorious “Golden State Killer”, was sold last month, reports say. (Google Maps)
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DeAngelo, a 74-year-old former police officer, is awaiting trial on charges that he broke into dozens of homes in the state of California in the 1970’s and 1980’s, raping, and frequently killing. The researchers said they have linked DeAngelo to the killing through a DNA database.
DeAngelo lived in the house for the next few years, he worked as a night technician at a Roseville grocery store distribution center. After his arrest, the house was deemed a crime scene by the investigators to search for clues.
Real estate experts say that it is most likely that the buyers will be notified of those who lived there. The house has been sold privately, without a public listing.
Joseph, James, DeAngelo, and the adventures of the “Golden State Killer” appears in court for his arraignment on April 27, 2018 in the Sacramento, California, usa.
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The couple bought the house and plan to move on to the other, according to the Associated Press.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.