STOCKTON: Court Documents Reveal Additional Homicide Victim Shadow Stalker
Body Count and Questions Rising Surrounding Stockton’s Serial Killer
Today outgoing District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar publicly released an amended complaint in alleged serial killer Wesley Brownlee’s case.
This is the first time that it is being publicly revealed there is now a second known Alameda County homicide linked to Brownlee, not just one as was originally reported by law enforcement.
It is now being alleged that Brownlee also murdered Mervin Harmon in Alameda County on April 16, 2022…the very same day Brownlee attempted to murder Natasha Latour in Stockton around 3AM. This is the first example showing Brownlee tried to kill more than one person in the same day and separate cities.
Salazar’s press release provided no insight as to when law enforcement was made aware that this additional Alameda homicide was connected to defendant Brownlee. When did law enforcement first realize there was a serial killer on the loose remains an unanswered question on the minds of numerous victims’ families whom have reached out to 209 Times.
Added charges include the attempted murder of Natasha LaTour, the only known survivor whom was ignored by law enforcement until she reached to 209 Times for exclusive with founder Motecuzoma Sanchez.
Per the San Joaquin County DA:
“PRESS RELEASE: Today, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office filed an amended complaint against suspected serial killer Wesley Brownlee, 43, with additional charges.
The amended complaint includes:
⏺ An additional count of violating PC 187 (A) for the murder of victim Juan Alexander Vasquez, from the jurisdiction of Alameda County
⏺ An additional count of violating PC 187 (A) for murder of victim Mervin Harmon, from the jurisdiction of Alameda County
⏺ An additional count of violating PC 187 (A) for the murder of victim Paul Yaw, in San Joaquin County
⏺ An additional count of violating PC 187 (A) for the murder of victim Salvador Debudey Jr., in San Joaquin County
⏺ An additional count of violating PC 664/187 (A) attempted murder of Natasha LaTour, in San Joaquin County.”
This is a developing story.