Gary Ray Bowles
Date of Birth: 01/25/1962
Place of birth: Clifton Forge
Citizenship: United States
Gary Ray Bowles born on 25 January 1962 in Clifton Forge, Virginia (Clifton Forge, Virginia). His father, William Franklin Bowles (William Franklin Bowles), died six months before his birth, and his mother, Frances (Frances), married several times. Bowles was subjected to violence by his second stepfather, a violent alcoholic who did not forget to make fun and above his older brother, and on his mother.
Ill-treatment against him ended when 13-year-old Bowles during a fight with his stepfather seriously wounded him. He left home shortly afterwards, furious resheniemsvoey mother, who did not want to divorce Buyan. A few years from Bowles was not his corner. He earned money by selling her body.
In 1982, he was arrested for beating and sexually assaulting his girlfriend, and he was sentenced to 6 years in prison. Coming in 1991 from prison, Gary was soon convicted of robbery without the use of weapons. He stole the purse of an elderly woman, for which he received four years in prison. Because of schedule Bowles served only 2 years.
April 14, 1994 th, while in Daytona, Florida (Daytona, Florida), Bowles had killed his first victim, John Hardy Roberts (John Hardy Roberts), who invited him to temporarily stay with him. During the conflict Bowles Roberts beat and then strangled. He stole his credit card. Soon after he came under suspicion of police when the crime scene were found his fingerprints and found that he was under the supervision of a probation officer.
Over the next six months, Bowles has killed 5 people in Nassau County, Florida (Nassau County, Florida), Savannah (Savannah, Georgia), and Montgomery County, Maryland (Montgomery County, Maryland). He always acted in a similar way. All of his victims were his clients, whom he beat and choked, and then pick up their credit. While on the run, Bowles made the list of the FBI, becoming one of the 10 most wanted criminals. Finally, on October 22, 1994, it managed to hold for the murder of Walter Dzhamelle `` Jay Hinton (Walter Jamelle `Jay` Hinton), and Bowles confessed 6 murders.
At trial, he was found guilty of 3 murders and sentenced to death. However, the sentence was quashed by the Supreme Court of Florida (Florida Supreme Court). At the new hearing, Bowles again sentenced to death.