The [1978 rape and murder] case laid dormant for 23 years, but in May 2001 Tempe Police Department Detective Tom Magazzeni picked up the case and was able to match the DNA evidence to Clarence Wayne Dixon, a man serving a life sentence in prison for a 1986 sexual assault. Dixon had lived across the street from Deana Bowdoin at the time of the murder. Other women assaulted:
Dixon was released on parole in March 1985, and it didn't take him long after that to return to a life of crime; on April 2, he grabbed a woman in the parking lot at Northern Arizona University, holding a knife to her throat.
On June 10  he struck again grabbing a female jogger on the road near NAU. While holding her at knife point, he walked her to the woods where he tied her hands and sexually assaulted the woman.
It sounds like he is a serial rapist and killer (well, maybe only one murder victim THAT WE KNOW OF) but others have been assaulted at knifepoint.
He should've been executed following his first conviction in the 1980s.
In today's news,
there's another candidate who needs to have his head put on the chopping block.
Forcible rape of a child should be a capital offense --it always has been when America was a great country, and it always was when Western civilization was something to be proud of ---not the bunch of weak sissies we've become today.
A Cherokee County man with a lengthy criminal history was arrested on multiple charges Wednesday after he was accused of forcing a young girl into a bathroom at a popular Kennesaw park and raping her.
Austin Stovall, 33, of Woodstock, was arrested several days after the alleged assault Sunday at Swift-Cantrell Park, which involved a girl under the age of 16, according to a Cobb County arrest warrant.