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On Monday, March 10, 2008 B.L. Bradford succumbed to illness while incarcerated at California Department of Corrections, San Quentin. This case has been inactivated, unless specific information surfaces regarding the identity of any unidentified individual depicted on the bulletin. Information may be forwarded to:
Sergeant Bobby Taylor
LASD Homicide Bureau
Unsolved/Cold Case Unit
Office: (323) 890-5500 X5523
Cell: (909) 224-0060
Fax: (323) 415-1540
CRIME: SEXUAL ASSAULT - HOMICIDE
VICTIMS: VARIOUS MALES / FEMALES
LOCATION: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, MICHIGAN, LOUISIANA, OREGON, TEXAS, ILLINOIS
SUSPECT: B.L. BRADFORD III a.k.a. BRADFORD, WILLIAM RICHARD, M/WHITE,
DOB:05-18-1946, CII: A02521581
Suspect Bradford is currently confined at the California Department of Corrections, San Quentin, Death Row. Suspect Bradford was convicted of double murder on 02-03-1988, (Victims Shari Miller and Tracy Campbell). Suspect Bradford is a bisexual who has committed sexual assaults / murder of both men and women.
M.0. Between 1966 and 1984, Suspect Bradford posed as a freelance photographer. He would advertise for individuals to pose in photo sessions in the classified ads of modeling magazines and local newspapers. Suspect Bradford also met many of his victims at bars, taverns and race car events. The suspect would eventually lure the victims to his residence or other locations where they were alone. Suspect Bradford photographed his victims in sexually explicit positions, committed sexual assaults, strangled them and disposed of their bodies in public places.
The attached photographs were seized at Suspect Bradford's residence at the time of his arrest in 1984. Los Angeles County Homicide Investigators are seeking the public's assistance in locating and identifying the depicted individuals. The individuals portrayed in the photographs may have been victims of foul play between 1966 to mid 1980's. Anyone with information on these individuals are urged to contact Homicide Investigators.
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