Suspected serial killer confesses to murdering two Terrebonne Parish women, authorities say

Suspected serial killer confesses to murdering two Terrebonne Parish women, authorities say
Serial killer confesses to cold case murder of Florida woman, says God put him on this earth to do it, deputies say
A suspected serial killer has confessed to the murder of two Terrebonne Parish women, one in 1982 and the other in 1996, authorities said today.

Samuel Little, 78, is suspected in connection with as many as 90 killings across several states, authorities said.

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The Houma Police Department said its detectives and investigators from Louisiana State Police interviewed Little at a Texas jail where he is being held. Little, police said, told investigators he killed Dorothy Richards of Gray in 1982 and Daisy McGuire of in 1996 while he was living in the Schriever area.

Richards, 55 at the time of her death, was found Sept. 14, 1982, off La. 24 near Woodlawn Ranch Road.

Little is serving a life prison sentence after his 2014 murder convictions for strangling three women in the Los Angeles area from 1987 to 1989, authorities said.

He has provided investigators details on a “multitude” of murders he may have committed from 1970 to 2005 in Louisiana, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Illinois, Ohio, California, Indiana, Arizona, New Mexico and South Carolina, the Wise County Sheriff’s Office told NBC News.

If Little is found guilty of all of the slayings, he “will be confirmed as one of, if not the most, prolific serial killers in U.S. history,” Ector County District Attorney Bobby Bland said in a statement released to various media outlets, including NBC.

OCALA, Fla.(WCJB)– Marion County Sheriffs Office detectives have solved the 1982 homicide case of 56-year-old Rosie Hill after serial killer Samuel Little confessed to her murder.

Little, 78, is currently serving three life sentences without the possibility of parole for the violent deaths of three California women he murdered in the 1980s. Since his incarceration, Little has given information on more than 90 murders that hes committed during his travels across the nation, including Rosie Hill in Ocala.

On Monday, August 16, 1982, Rosie Hills remains were found in a wooded area off of County Road 326. Detectives determined that Rosie was either strangled or suffocated by her attacker. Witnesses came forward saying that Rosie left a bar with a male and was not seen again.

The witnesses gave a description of the suspect and his car, which matched Littles. In December 1982, Little was arrested for the attempted murder, aggravated assault and rape of two prostitutes in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Detectives interviewed Little and he said that he did not know Rosie.

Detectives did not have enough evidence at the time to charge Little with Rosies murder and was never charged in the Pascagoula case. In 1983, Little was arrested and acquitted, in Alachua County for the homicide of Patricia Mounts. After his acquittal, Little continued his killing spree and ended up in the state of California, where he was arrested in 2012 for three homicides that occurred in the late 1980s.Samuel Little got three life sentences and in 2013.

On October 9, 2018, MCSO Detective Sergeant Michael Mongeluzzo went to the Wise County Jail in Decatur, Texas, where Little was incarcerated. During their interview, Little confessed to killing Rosie Hill and dumping her body. Additionally, Little told Sgt. Mongeluzzo that he killed Rosie because “God put him on this earth to do it.”

Because Little is already serving three life sentences and recent indictment in the state of Texas for murder, the MCSO and the State Attorneys Office for the Fifth Judicial District will not be pressing murder charges against Little in the murder of Rosie Hill.

Little was recently extradited from California and has been charged with the 1994 murder of Denise Christie Brothers that happened in Odessa, Texas. He is currently in the Ector County Jail.