One of the women attacked by Campbell called his death karma, and said it’s amazing what women can live through while not letting it define their lives.
One of the women attacked by Campbell called his death karma, and said it’s amazing what women can live through while not letting it define their lives.More>>
Tulsa Police say serial rape suspect Desmond Campbell is dead. Campbell had been in intensive care since being badly hurt in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 44 early on the morning of Sunday, June 29, 2014. More>>
The problem is, people think of a composite as a picture, but it's not. It's the recollection of one person, who at the time is enduring the most terrifying moments of her life. More>>
The Tulsa County District Attorney's Office held a news conference to say that although justice won't take place in a court room, police have their man in rape suspect Desmond Campbell. More>>
Newly released court documents detail the Tulsa Police Department's case against serial rape suspect Desmond La-Don Campbell who remains comatose in a local hospital. More>>
The woman said she is relieved after hearing Tulsa Police announced the man who attacked her is no longer on the streets, but still, her life will never be the same. More>>
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