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    Suspected serial killer, Perez Reed (25), arrested for series of slayings within weeks in Missouri, Kansas

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    A "suspected serial killer" has been taken into custody with the semi-automatic pistol he allegedly used in multiple slayings within weeks in the St. Louis area and in Kansas City, Kansas, according to the FBI.

    In September there were six shootings from the same handgun (according to the shell casings) in St. Louis County and in St. Louis City, in which four people were killed, Richard Quinn, special agent in charge of the FBI's St. Louis Division, said at a news conference Monday.
    On Sept. 12 a victim was waiting at a bus stop when he was shot from behind without warning, the affidavit said.

    The next day, a victim was fatally shot in the head and arm, according to the affidavit.

    On Sept. 16, one victim was shot in the face and survived, while another victim was shot in the head and killed, the affidavit said.

    The final deadly shootings were on Sept. 18 and Sept. 26, the affidavit said.

    Witnesses and a victim provided a description highlighting "some unique physical characteristics" of the suspect, Quinn said, but then law enforcement ran up against "a little bit of a wall."

    Quinn credited police in Kansas City, Kansas, for sharing the identity of a suspect in two fatal shootings -- 25-year-old Perez Reed -- with St. Louis city police. The FBI was then able to compare the information and link the cases, Quinn said.

    On Oct. 28, Reed, who lives in St. Louis, took an Amtrak train from St. Louis to Kansas City, Missouri, according to the affidavit. That night, surveillance video showed a victim holding an apartment building door open for Reed, and video showed the two going into the victim's apartment together, according to the affidavit. That victim was found dead on Nov. 1, the affidavit said.

    On Oct. 29, Reed was spotted on surveillance video entering the same apartment building, according to the affidavit. Reed also gave his driver's license to security staff at the building, the affidavit said. A second victim was found dead in her apartment on Nov. 2, shot in the head and upper back, the affidavit said.

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    Jesus. Literally someone that killed just because they liked to kill. That's some scary shit.
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    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/...death-85042103

    Suspected serial killer charged in Missouri over 7th death

    A suspected serial killer already charged in six killings in the Kansas City and St. Louis areas has been charged with first-degree murder in a seventh death.

    Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced the new murder charge Friday against Perez Deshay Reed. Baker also charged Reed with one count of armed criminal action and two counts of fraud involving a credit or debit device.

    The most recent charges against the 26-year-old Reed, who lived in the St. Louis area, stem from the November 2021 shooting death of Stephon D. Johnson, of Kansas City, Missouri. The prosecutor's office did not provide Johnson's age.

    Brian Horneyer, an assistant Missouri public defender in St. Louis representing Reed did not immediately return messages seeking comment left Saturday on his office phone and cellphone.

    When law enforcement officers arrested Reed in nearby Independence on warrants from St. Louis County, they found a key on him that fit a deadbolt lock at Johnson's apartment, Baker's office said, citing court documents. Testing indicated DNA collected from an empty cigarillo package found in Johnson's apartment was connected to Reed, Baker's office said.

    Baker's office said the bullet found inside Johnson was fired from the gun that Reed had on him when he was arrested. Witnesses also told police that a man who had been a guest of Johnson's was the “serial killer” from St. Louis whom they had seen on the news. They identified him by a distinctive, crescent moon-shaped tattoo on his forehead.

    Reed remains in custody in St. Louis, and Baker's office is asking that he be held on the new charges with no bond.

    Reed is charged in the St. Louis County killings of 16-year-old Marnay Haynes on Sept. 13, 2021, and 40-year-old Lester Robinson on Sept. 26. He also is charged in the killings in St. Louis of 49-year-old Pamela Abercrombie on Sept. 16 and 24-year-old Carey Ross on Sept. 19. All four were shot in the head.

    In Wyandotte County, Kansas, he is charged in the October 28-29 deaths of Damon Washington Irvin and Rau’daja De’Naya Farrow. Their bodies were found in separate apartments at a complex in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, authorities have said.

    Johnson's family reported him missing after they hadn't seen him since Nov. 1, and officers found him dead in a closet in his apartment, shot in the back of his head.

    Officers were tailing Reed on Nov. 5 when he got on an Amtrak train in Kansas City, Missouri, bound for St. Louis. They arrested him when he got off on the train's first stop in Independence and boarded a bus.

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