Serial Killer Search

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) -- An Atlanta man police believe is connected to at
least two slayings in the southwest Atlanta neighborhood where he
lives has waived his first court appearance.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that William Howard Davis remains jailed and did not appear Saturday in Fulton County Superior Court.

The next court date for the 67-year-old was not immediately set but will come after an indictment.

Davis was arrested Friday after police linked him to the deaths of Dennis McGuire in 2007 and Warren Williams in 2008. Police also say he may have been involved in the deaths of Alfred Glass in 1998
and Joseph Williamson in 2007.

Atlanta police homicide commander police Detective Lt. Keith Meadows has said Davis waived his right to an attorney before he was questioned.


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