33 Years Ago She Was Stabbed Walking Home From Campus And Her Killer Has Just Been Charged But It Turns Out He Was At The Scene Of A Second Girl’s Murder A Year Later

“Detectives are attempting to corroborate details provided by Apodaca about each crime, and verify whether any of those details were available to the public since the crimes occurred,” the Albuquerque Police Department explained.

After it was announced that Paul was charged in connection with Althea’s murder, Albuquerque Chief of Police Harold Medina revealed that his arrest was meaningful to him since he actually knew Althea and he knew her family.

“I was only a teenager at the time, but I remember the impact her death had on our community,” Chief Medina said.

“More than anything, I hope this arrest provides some closure for Althea’s parents and her brother. I will always think about them as we work to bring justice for victims of crime.”

As detectives work to bring more charges against Paul, a woman named Kerry Arquette took to Facebook to share that he confessed to murdering her sister.

Just one year after Paul murdered Althea, he ended up on the scene of 18-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette’s murder in Albuquerque, according to Kaitlyn’s sister Kerry.

Family photo; pictured above is 18-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette

“After more than 30 years somebody has confessed to my sister’s murder,” Kerry Arquette wrote in a Facebook post.

“Kaitlyn Arquette (age 18) was shot to death while driving her car in Albuquerque, NM.”

“Mother, Daddy, our private investigator Pat Caristo, and others have spent their lives trying to solve this case.”

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