McNamara built such positive relationships with law enforcement officers that several of them attended her funeral in 2016 and "talked about her in a attractive way", Skrine said.
McNamara spent almost 10 years investigating and writing about the killer, also known as the East Area Rapist and the Original Night Stalker, on her blog TrueCrimeDiary.com and for the manuscript to the book, "I'll Be Gone in the Dark".
Oswalt discussed the case Wednesday night during an appearance on NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers".
Haynes added that he thought the police might have used broader DNA markers uploaded to ancestry Web site to find a common ancestor, and then narrowed down by following the family tree. In another tweet, he said, "She would be beyond excited about this".
"He was wearing a ski mask, he had a flashlight in my eyes, so you couldn't see much of him" said Margaret.
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But Oswalt, who had promoted her book often on social media, said Wednesday that he believes McNamara isn't getting enough credit.
But Steve Mercer of the Maryland public defender's office says it pinpoints a problem: There aren't strong privacy laws to keep police from trolling such databases. One neighbor told the LA Times that DeAngelo was "cantankerous", and others called him a "freak".
Ward said it's possible that DeAngelo helped with the search for Snelling's killer and the elusive burglar but he doesn't recall DeAngelo directly investigating the killing.
The AP reported that the court documents say detectives used a genetic profile based off DNA from crime scenes linked to the serial killer and compared it to information on a free online genealogical site.
At a Sacramento press conference, officials said DeAngelo was arrested late Tuesday at his home outside the city, thanks to DNA analysis. The suspect was identified as 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo, of Citrus Heights, who worked as a police officer in Auburn and other cities in the late 1970s.
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The culprit is suspected of at least 12 slayings and 50 rapes in 10 counties from Northern to Southern California.
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DeAngelo has so far been charged in connection with four murders in Ventura and Sacramento Counties, but more charges are expected. She also wrote about why and how the Golden State Killer case became her obsession later in life.
Police at the time suspected they were chasing a fellow cop or armed services member because he was so methodical and meticulous, said Wendell Phillips, a former Sacramento deputy who joined the hunt for the rapist who terrorized the suburbs east of the state capital.
"It just felt like he wanted to be left alone", Sanchietti said of his neighbor, who he said had a reputation in the community for loud, angry outbursts.
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"He told me, "We got him!" and "he's in custody", Debbi said in a phone interview this past Thursday evening. The case gained renewed interest when McNamara started posting her research on the case on her website True Crime Diary.