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They reported Alcala to the authorities, leading to him being extradited to California.Because Shapiro's family had moved to Mexico and wouldn't let their daughter testify, Alcala got off with a guilty plead for a lesser assault charge.He is also believed by investigators to be responsible for the 1977 murder of 19-year-old Pamela Jean Lambson in San Francisco, but isn't charged with it since there are no fingerprints or DNA evidence that implicates him.120 of the photos found in Alcala's locker have been publicly released with the hopes that the subjects will come forward and identify themselves.When he was 12, he, his mother Anna Maria Gutierrez, and his sisters, Christine and Marie, had moved to suburban Los Angeles. In the summer, he worked as a counselor at a drama camp for children in New Hampshire.Alcala's first known victim was an eight-year-old girl named Tali Shapiro, whom he abducted as she was on her way to school.Criminal profiler Pat Brown later suggested that this rejection angered Alcala further since he afterwards killed at least three more women within two years.
Though Alcala won the contest, the female contestant wouldn't go on a date with him because she thought he was "creepy".
While in prison, he published a book titled You, The Jury, in which he denied killing Samsoe and posited another suspect.
He also tried to sue the California penal system twice; once for a slip-and-fall accident and once because the prison hadn't given him a low-fat diet.
In 2003, while a third trial of Alcala was being planned, his DNA, which had been sampled during his time in prison, connected him to two other victims.
In 2010, Alcala was tried for a total of five murders: Samsoe, Jill Barcomb, Georgia Wixted, Charlotte Lamb, and Jill Parenteau.
In December of 2012, he plead guilty to both murders.