Jeffrey dahmer was born with two parents who loved him. He was wanted and loved .How did this great start in life turn into the beginning of a story of one of America’s most notorious serial killers? Jeffrey Dahmer was born on May 21, 1960 and killed in jail on November 28, 1994. He was in jail for fifteen life sentences for the seventeen lives he had taken. Dahmer had a bad alcohol problem he got kicked out of his house and discharged from the army for his problem.
Dahmer was paroled from the work release camp two months early, and he soon moved into a new apartment. Shortly thereafter, he began a string of murders that ended with his arrest in 1991 (Wikipedia, June 2009. Jeffrey Dahmer: Early Life). As early as 1989, when Jeff was facing sentencing for child molestation, Lionel felt that his "son would never be more than he seemed to be — a liar, an alcoholic, a thief, an exhibitionist, a molester of children. I could not imagine how he had become such a ruined soul... For the first time, I no longer believed that my efforts and resources alone would be enough to save my son.
Greg Griego, the teenager’s father and a former gang member, worked as a pastor and volunteered with inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center. The teenager told police he shot his mother, the first victim in his rampage, because he was “frustrated” with her, Houston said. Police said that after shooting his brother and two sisters, Griego then waited five hours for his father to return from work and ambushed him with an AR-15 assault rifle - the same type of weapon used in the Newton, Connecticut, elementary school shootings. “It’s the first time I’ve been to a crime scene with so much destruction in one home,” Houston said, describing the scene as “horrific.” The dead have been identified as 51-year-old Greg Griego, his 40-year-old wife, Sarah Griego, and three of their children: a 9-year-old boy and two girls, ages 5 and 2. The couple had 10 children in all, including from a former marriage.
Hatcher claimed to be the most notorious criminal in northwest Missouri since Jesse James. Hatcher tried to seek psychiatric treatment while in prison; however the prison denied the request thinking it was a scheme to get out of prison early. Hatcher was from a small town in Missouri that was the youngest of four children. An abusive alcoholic and ex-convict for a father he was bullied in school, which lead to Hatcher causing pain to his fellow classmates. “In the spring of 1935, he and his older brothers were flying a kite with copper wire they had found in an old Model T Ford.
His first brush with the law was on May 25, 1969, when he enticed a 9-year-old Bronx girl into his car and drove her to a vacant lot. He removed his clothes and hers, but a passing police car interrupted the crime. Charged with attempted rape, Rand pleaded guilty to sexual abuse and was sentenced to four years, although he only served 16 months. Back on the street, Rashan legally changed his name to "Rand," logging three more arrests by the end of the decade for "minor" offenses, including burglary. Along the way, his name was linked with disappearances of several children.
James Minor Mr. Jones English 1420 22, June, 2014 Making the decision to put a person to death for a murder he/she committed can be very serious. That is why when I read the article about a 16 year old boy who had killed his mother, had a party and sold items from the house, I was in total disbelief. This behavior is totally unacceptable. The boy, whose name is Kitt, and his 3 year old brother were both in the home when the murder had taken place. According to relatives who lived nearby, Kitt had been upset because his mother had sent him off to boot camp weeks prior.
With farming duties to uphold, Clyde quit school after he graduated only the fifth grade (Rosa “The Story of Bonnie and Clyde”). After years of no farming luck, Clyde’s family packed up and moved to West Dallas, which was where Clyde’s criminal background started to unfold. Stealing turkeys with his brothers, Clyde soon created an unhappy relationship with police officers and was arrested three times for investigation of stolen cars but was let go. At age twenty, Clyde hitchhiked and found himself driven around with a car-full of criminal, it seemed he would never run away from breaking the law, even if he wanted to. When everyone in the car were taken into custody, Clyde explained he was merely a hitchhiker and it was the last time he would be legally let go.
Craig Price (also known as the Warwick Slasher, born August 1974) is a serial killer from Warwick, Rhode Island. He was arrested in 1989 for four murders committed in his neighborhood: A woman and her two daughters that year, and the murder of another woman two years prior.  He had a previous criminal record for petty theft.  After he was discovered, Price calmly confessed to his crimes.  Arrested a month before his 16th birthday, he was tried and convicted as a minor.
The next day he offered a 13 year old boy 50 dollars for him to pose in a photo shut, but he drugged and then rapped the little kid. He was accused by the boy’s parents and was found guilty. He spent 10 years in jail before being released. After completing his sentence in jail he murdered twelve other people until July 1991. His tactic was always similar, inviting his victims to watch pornography or take some pictures at his home.
Ted Bundy was first arrested in Utah but managed to escape as explained in the article, "The Case Of The Chi Omega Killer Accused Murder Ted Bundy Goes On Tiral In Miami," "he escaped by losing 35 lbs. and wriggling through a lighting panel in his maximum-security cell." Reports claim that Bundy got his hands on a saw and a lump sum of cash. Bundy spent weeks cutting through the ceiling and slowly deteriorating his body to be able to fit through the crawlspace. By the time officials realized Bundy was missing, he was already in Chicago.