Serial killers similar to or like Jack Harold Jones

American serial killer who murdered at least three women in Florida and Arkansas between 1983 and 1995. Wikipedia

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    American serial killer and convicted rapist who was executed in Florida for murder. In 1986, Bolin kidnapped and murdered three young women in Tampa, Florida. Wikipedia

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  • Paul Durousseau

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  • Richard Snell (criminal)

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  • Eddie Mosley

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  • Paul Runge (serial killer)

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  • Gerard John Schaefer

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  • American serial killer who strangled to death three women, and attempted to murder a fourth, in the span of a little over two months in 1984. He later became the first criminal to be successfully prosecuted under the newly-enacted Rhode Island "Life Without Parole Statute", headed by prosecutor Jeffrey B. Pine, and promptly received life imprisonment without parole for his crimes. Wikipedia

  • Anthony Allen Shore

    American serial killer and child molester who was responsible for the murder of one woman and three girls. Active from 1986 to 2000, and became known as the "Tourniquet Killer" because of his use of a ligature with either a toothbrush or bamboo stick to tighten or loosen the ligature. Wikipedia

  • Roy Melanson

    American serial killer and rapist, conclusively linked to three murders and numerous rapes in three states, and remains the prime suspect in at least two other murders. Convicted of two 1974 murders, for which he received two life sentences, and is currently incarcerated at the La Vista Correctional Facility, in Pueblo, Colorado. Wikipedia

  • Steven Brian Pennell

    Delaware's only known serial killer, convicted of the murders of two New Castle County, Delaware women and suspected of killing three others. Most of his victims were abducted from U.S. Route 40, near Bear. Wikipedia

  • Wilbur Lee Jennings

    American serial killer who killed at least six girls and women in Fresno and Sacramento, California between 1981 and 1984. Sentenced to death, but died in custody before he could be executed. Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forJack Harold Jones

  • On April 24, Jack Harold Jones and Marcel Williams were executed, the first double execution in the United States in 17 years.Capital punishment in Arkansas-Wikipedia
  • On April 24, 2017, the state executed Jack Harold Jones and Marcel Williams, in the first double execution in the United States in 17 years.Ledell Lee-Wikipedia
  • On April 24, 2017, the state of Arkansas carried out a double-execution of Jack Harold Jones, 52, and Marcel Williams, 46.Midazolam-Wikipedia
  • Convicted rapist and murderer Jack Harold Jones, age 52, was pronounced dead at 7:20 pm Monday.List of offenders executed in the United States in 2017-Wikipedia
  • In April 2017, Arkansas planned to execute eight death row inmates including Ledell Lee, along with Don W. Davis, Stacey Johnson, Jack Harold Jones, Jason McGehee, Bruce Earl Ward, Kenneth Williams and Marcel Williams, before the stocks of the sedative Midazolam expired at the end of April.Ledell Lee-Wikipedia

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