Searching for One Missing Woman Leads to Diabolical Serial Killer

Meet the New “Printz” of Darkness

copyright free, courtesy of Spartanburg, S.C. federal court

Murder in a Parking Lot

Printz has been pretty mum about the details of Ms. Suttles’ death. Fortunately, the evidence filled in a lot of the holes.

The Writing on the Wall

It will surprise no one that Printz has a violent criminal history, including a 1997 Michigan conviction for kidnapping a woman. He served twelve years. A former acquaintance, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, described that kidnapping incident this way:

The Finale

In October 2021, Printz confessed to killing multiple people. As part of a plea deal, he received life without the possibility of parole. In exchange for his cooperation in the investigations of his other victims, he will not be charged with their murders.

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Joni E. Johnston, Psy. D.

Forensic psychologist/private investigator//author of serial killer book. Passionate about victim’s rights, the psychology of true crime, and criminal justice.