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No,” Donna said. “There’s no gas leak. ” “I don’t smell anything,” Lonnie said. “We think it’s coming from some fertilizer they put on the yard here,” Donna said. “That ain’t no regular shit,” Donna’s father said to the next-door neighbors. “It smells like somebody got ground up in there. That don’t smell like no fertilizer. ” Since the neighbors were originally from Mexico, that comment seemed to end the conversation. Continuing to downplay the odor, Lonnie headed to his house where, Donna had noticed, he was staying without his family for the long holiday weekend.
He said. “We’re still friends,” Donna said. ” There was good reason why Donna was worried if some of her more dangerous neighbors perceived her father as a police informant. Lately, police were on 81st Street all the time. Starting in 2008, a steady stream of detectives had shown up to ask people about a serial killer known as the Grim Sleeper. From the mid-1980s until now, he had killed at least ten women, most of them within a mile or so of 81st Street. He was nicknamed the Grim Sleeper because, after murdering seven women and attempting to kill an eighth between 1985 and 1988, he appeared to have gone into a 13-year lull before, as if awakening from a long sleep, he started to kill again in 2002.
The two argued back and forth. “You always think you know everything,” Donna kept saying. But Lonnie wouldn’t back off. Finally, Donna let it go. She could not understand why Lonnie was so insistent. His passion struck her as abnormal. There was also a disturbing fact that Donna could not have known. Lachrica’s sister wasn’t aware of the napkin with the word “AIDS” written on it found on Lachrica’s body because police had not released that piece of information—not to the family, much less to the public.