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Crime 'You're not a serial killer, right?' victim text messaged man before she died

16:05  08 november  2019
16:05  08 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — At 3:52 p.m. on Nov. 19, 2016, Khalil Wheeler-Weaver used his phone to Google date-rape drugs

a man wearing glasses and looking at the camera: Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 23, of Orange, who is charged in the deaths of three women in 2016, stands as the jury enters the court room  in Essex County Superior Court. October 31, 2019. © Mitsu Yasukawa/ Northjersey.com Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 23, of Orange, who is charged in the deaths of three women in 2016, stands as the jury enters the court room in Essex County Superior Court. October 31, 2019.

One hour and 53 minutes later, he used the same phone to solicit Sarah Butler for sex, offering $500. Butler was nervous. 

“Wow,” said Butler, 20, a college student who communicated with Wheeler-Weaver on a social media app called Tagged. “You’re not a serial killer, right?”  

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Ten days later, Butler’s body was found under a pile of leaves and sticks in Eagle Rock Reservation. 

Details connecting Wheeler-Weaver’s cell phone searches for date-rape drugs, his interest in deadly poisons, and his attempts to contact women for sex filled a day of testimony Thursday in Essex County Superior Court in Newark, New Jersey. Wheeler-Weaver is accused of murdering three women and attempting to murder a fourth in a three-month killing spree in the fall of 2016. 

In court on Thursday, prosecutors introduced hundreds of pages of records detailing how Wheeler-Weaver used his cell phone to learn how to create drugs potent enough to knock a human being unconscious. He sought instructions to kill a person using household chemicals like bleach and ammonia.

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O’Laughlin testified she found her daughter, lying in a pool of blood, in the family’s kitchen when she Then came another message that read, “ You 've got two minutes to text me before I break the phone Officials Discover That Grandma Is A Serial Killer , Find Out What She Does To Her Victims .

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His searches included, “How to make homemade poisons to kill humans” and, “What chemical could you put on a rag and hold to someone’s face to make them go to sleep immediately," according to cell records and testimony by Newark Police Lt. Michael Krusznis.

a woman wearing a hat: Sarah Butler, a 20-year-old college student, was strangled to death and her body dumped in New Jersey's Eagle Rock Reservation in 2016. © Julia Martin Sarah Butler, a 20-year-old college student, was strangled to death and her body dumped in New Jersey's Eagle Rock Reservation in 2016.

Meanwhile, Wheeler-Weaver searched for ways to erase evidence online, according to testimony. “If I erase all the contents and settings will it track?” he typed, in an apparent reference to a cell phone’s location tracker. 

Interspersed with these searches, Wheeler-Weaver also sought information on how to become a police officer, Krusznis said, including a search for “Police entrance exam practice test.” 

Wheeler-Weaver grew up in a comfortable home in a middle-class neighborhood in Orange, New Jersey. His step-father is a police detective, and his uncle is a police officer. At the time of his alleged murders, Wheeler-Weaver worked as a security guard at a hotel and also at a grocery store. 

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The crime spree appears to have begun on Aug. 31, 2016, when Robin West, a 19 year-old prostitute, was last seen. Her body was found on Sept. 21 in an abandoned building that had been set on fire.  

Location tracking on Wheeler-Weaver's phone put him at the address of the house just before the fire. After driving away, he circled back to watch firefighters battle the blaze, the prosecutor said.

The remains of a second alleged victim, 33-year-old Joanne Browne, were found on Dec. 5, 2016 at a vacant home. She had been struggling with homelessness and mental illness, her mother testified.

The would-be fourth victim, "T.T.", testified during the trial about her terrifying ordeal, waking up in the back seat of her car with duct tape on her face and getting "choked back to sleep," said prosecutor Adam Wells said. 

Eventually she managed to loosen the tape by "screaming and crying," prosecutors said. She convinced Wheeler-Weaver to take her to a motel, to retrieve some belongings. There, she freed herself by locking herself alone inside a motel room.

Wheeler-Weaver was taken into custody on Dec. 6, 2016. After he was led from his home, police officers searched his bed. They found two cell phones on the nightstand beside his bed. A third was discovered under his mattress.  

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This article originally appeared on North Jersey Record: 'You're not a serial killer, right?' victim text messaged man before she died

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