By Gary C. King
Appealing, liked collage sophomore Brianna Denison used to be domestic for the vacations in Reno, Nevada. After an extended evening out, she crashed on a friend's sofa. it'd be the final time the kid psychology significant was once noticeable alive. Her strangled physique was once present in a box approximately a month later.
But Brianna used to be now not the 1st sufferer of a assassin with a anxious fetish, and the endurance to look for his favourite prey--petite, susceptible brunettes. In unflinching element Gary C. King recounts the search for James Biela, an ex-Marine grew to become rapist and killer. The research could lead experts to a maze of afflicted relationships, an important DNA facts, and finally a demise sentence--bringing this stunning true-life mystery to a chilling finish. . .
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It was no different in the investigation to solve the mystery of what had happened to Brianna Denison. As Reno investigators already were aware, the December 16, 2007, assault on Virgie Chin had not been the only such crime that had been committed against a female UNR student. M. on November 13, 2007, a twenty-one-year-old female UNR student was walking through a parking lot at an apartment complex in the 400 block of College Drive, not far from where Brianna Denison had vanished, when an unknown male came up to her from behind and placed her in a choke hold.
Became terrified. Something was terribly wrong, she knew. She began crying and decided that she should call Brianna’s mother. T. called Bridgette on Brianna’s cell phone. She told her about Brianna’s mysterious disappearance and what she believed to be bloodstains on the pillow. T. to call the police immediately. T. that she would be there right away. The police arrived quickly at the two-story burnt orange house that morning. Perhaps they arrived swiftly because of Brianna’s age, but more likely it was because there had been a number of sexual assaults that had occurred in recent months in the immediate neighborhood of the MacKay Court location.
On October 22, 2007, in a UNR parking garage, where campus security parked their vehicles. That incident was also looked at by Jenkins as possibly being linked to the other assaults. In that case, the UNR student reported that she had been raped on the first floor of the parking garage between two parked cars, as in the November incident. Astonishingly, the location where the crime occurred was within one hundred yards of a campus police station. It was clear to Jenkins that the circumstances of the assault and the attacker’s method of operation were similar to the other cases.