Trucker charged in serial killings faces scrutiny across US
By RYAN J. FOLEY
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Investigators from multiple states are looking into whether a long-haul trucker from Iowa who's implicated in at lest three women's slayings in the 1990s could be responsible for other unsolved homicides. Officers arrested Clark Perry Baldwin, 58, in Waterloo, Iowa on Wednesday after new DNA evidence allegedly tied him to three women whose bodies were dumped in Wyoming and Tennessee in the early 1990s. Court documents allege that he also raped and choked a woman in Texas in 1991. A spokesman says detectives with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation are “looking at any connections” that Baldwin may have to cold cases from that era. He says other agencies are scrutinizing Baldwin given that he traveled the country.
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