On Monday, December 10, 2001, Serial killer Loren Herzog was sentenced to 78 years in prison, which at the time no one imagined would mean that he would be released on September 18, 2010. This miscarriage of justice soon turned to the public’s favor when Herzog’s partner killer Wesley Shermantine announced he was ready to tell police where the bodies were buried.
In person this time, serial killer Wesley Shermantine has pointed investigators to four sites where he believes they will find Speed Freak Killer victims’ remains. Shermantine does expect payment for his help. According to bounty hunter Leonard Padilla the FBI will pay Shermantine for each person’s remains he helps them find.
Leonard Padilla, the bounty hunter who paid convicted Speed Freak Killer Wesley Shermantine thousands of dollars for information leading to remains of more Speed Freak victims, has announced that Shermantine, who as a convicted felon cannot vote, is endorsing him for mayor. Padilla recently told Fox 40 News in an interview, “When you have a