Billy Ray Waldon, whose first wife testified that he found “life . . . a game to see what you could get away with,” was convicted of three first-degree murder charges and 21 other counts by a San Diego County Superior Court jury. The verdict ended a 4 1/2-month case dealing with a mid-1980s killing, rape and robbery rampage that prosecutors argued arose out of Waldon’s effort to commit perfect crimes to display his “superior” intelligence.
California IN BRIEF : SAN DIEGO : Man Convicted for Murder Rampage
From Times Staff and Wire Reports