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Member of 'Speed Freak' killer duo reportedly let out of prison to help search for victims

Wesley Shermantine, according to bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, was let out Sunday and is being offered reward money in exchange for bodies

FOX40

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — Wesley Shermatine, one half of the Speed Freak Killers duo, was reportedly let out of San Quentin to help investigators search for victims.

Shermantine aided investigators for the day, and was taken back to prison Sunday night.

Shermantine, according to bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, was let out Sunday and is being offered reward money in exchange for bodies. Padilla believes the money is coming from the FBI and believes the reward will be paid to Shermantine per body.

Full story: Shermatine Taken out of Prison to Help in Search for Victims



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