Los Angeles Times-
Five years after the Golden State Killer had mysteriously stopped terrorizing California, a new serial rapist emerged.
For more than 15 years, fear spread across six counties in Northern California as word spread of a man who had broken into homes and raped at least 10 women. Law enforcement officials, already trying to hunt down one notorious rapist and killer, now had to hunt down another attacker.
He was dubbed the NorCal Rapist.
On Friday, standing with a row of men and women in suits and police uniforms, Sacramento County Dist. Atty. Anne Marie Schubert identified Roy Charles Waller, 58, a UC Berkeley employee, as the suspect in the NorCal Rapist case.