As Lonnie Franklin Jr., a shade-tree mechanic who lived on 81st Street, faces charges in the homicides of 10 women, the LAPD obtained a court order yesterday to obtain a recording of the 58-year-old's voice to determine if he indeed made that call.
Lead Grim Sleeper Det. Dennis Kilcoyne told the Weekly ...
... that some of Franklin's acquaintances who have been interviewed as part of the case have indicated they think the 911 caller's resembles the suspect's voice.
Yesterday it was reported that the L.A. County District Attorney's office will seek the death penalty.
After unleashing more than 100 photos of women that cops found in Franklin's house, cops alleged that he might be linked to eight more homicides. He has also been fingered in one attempted murder.
Cops nabbed him last summer after claiming that DNA they collected from his son matched evidence found on one of the victims.
What does a match to the 1987 911 call do? Well, besides creeping us out, it could add to the alleged pile of evidence in the case.