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Topic - Brenda Locker
Police arrested a man in the city's "Grim Sleeper" serial killings Wednesday after decades of frustrated investigations into at least 11 slayings dating back 25 years, authorities said.
She said a man with chiseled features and a black polo shirt who was driving an orange Ford Pinto offered her a ride to her sister's house.
She said they exchanged banter and shortly after getting into the car, she was attacked and pushed from the car.