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Suspected serial killer the 'perfect' tenant, his landlord said - Houston Chronicle


Jul 17, 2018 8:16 PM - 2 mon, 1 week, 17 hour, 21 min ago

Excerpt: Theresa Williams said their last encounter was sometime last week. She spotted Rodriguez as he was leaving the complex with two hampers. She said he told her he was going to wash his clothes, and she lovingly warned him not to get into trouble. "Don't worry, Mama-T," she recalled Rodriguez saying. "I'm never gonna leave you."... Read More

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