A California monster who raped nine women in their homes over a 15-year span was found guilty this week.
Roy Charles Waller — who previously worked as a safety specialist at the University of California in Berkeley — was found guilty Wednesday on all 46 counts he faced by a Sacramento jury that deliberated for just over two hours the day before, the Sacramento Bee reported.
Waller, 60, of Benicia — nicknamed the “NorCal rapist” — now faces life in prison at his scheduled sentencing on Dec. 18. He looked down at the defendant’s table as the verdict was read and showed no emotion, the newspaper reported.
Authorities and jurors said DNA evidence was critical to the case.
Waller had insisted he was innocent since his arrest in September 2018, despite genetic material found at all but one of the crime scenes that linked him to the attacks in cities from Rohnert Park to Chico to Sacramento, according to