Police Questioned on Handling of Serial Killer Case Suspected serial killer Derrick Todd Lee will appear in a Baton Rouge courtroom on charges of raping and murdering five women over the last two years. Police in nearby communities revisit unsolved cases for possible connections to Lee. And authorities face criticism about their 10-month-long investigation. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.
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Police Questioned on Handling of Serial Killer Case

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Suspected serial killer Derrick Todd Lee will appear in a Baton Rouge courtroom on charges of raping and murdering five women over the last two years. Police in nearby communities revisit unsolved cases for possible connections to Lee. And authorities face criticism about their 10-month-long investigation. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.