Victims of Charlene Gallego

on January 1, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by

Charlene Adelle Gallego and her partner, Gerald Gallego, were charged with the murders of ten people. We  currently have information on all of their victims.

Kippi Vaught 

Kippi, age 16, was murdered on September 12, 1978 in Sacramento County with her friend Rhonda Scheffler.  She was beaten to death with a tire iron and then shot in the head.

Rhonda Scheffler

17 year old Rhonda was murdered on September 12, 1978 in Sacramento County with her friend Kippi Vaught. She was beaten with a tire iron and then shot in head.

Brenda Judd

Brenda, age 14,  was murdered with her friend Sandra Colley on June 24, 1979. Brenda was beaten to death in Nevada.

Sandra Colley

13 year old Sandra was murdered with her friendBrenda Judd on June 24, 1979. Sandra was murdered with a shovel in Nevada.

Stacy Redican

On April 24, 1980 Stacey was murdered with her friend  Karen Twiggs in Sacramento, California.

Karen Twiggs

Karen was murdered in Sacramento, California with her friend on April 24, 1980.

Linda Aguilar

Linda was murdered on June 7, 1980. She was pregnant at the time of her murder.

Virginia Moche

On July 17, 1980 Virginia was murdered.

Craig Miller 

Craig was murdered with Mary Beth Sowers on November 1, 1980.

Mary Beth Sowers

Mary was murdered with Craig Miller on November 1, 1980.


  • gene says:

    i hope she died a horribe death

  • Tom says:

    She lives in Fairwood Oaks, CA under Mary Martinez. She & her husband run a so-called non profit group called “Gold Country for the Troops”‘and even host events in their home (the address is easy to find online). What a wretched, worthless POS.

  • Elizabeth Bowlin says:

    I believe you mean Fair Oaks, CA and not Fairwood. I think it is amazing that she did such a small amount of time in prison for her part in the murders of so many. Especially given the fact she was the one in most, if not all the cases to lure the victims to what became their death. God bless the victims and those who loved them.

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