Paul Durousseau

Demographic Info

AKAVictimsSexEthnicityCountryTypeMotivationBirthDeath
The Jackson Ville Serial KillerSuspected of 7MaleBlackUSATerritorialSexual1970/08/11 (Beaumont, Texas, USA)n/a

Paul Durousseau was born on August 11, 1970 in Beaumont, Texas. He was born the youngest of two children.

At the age of 21, Durousseau began his criminal records when he was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon in California. He was charged with the same crime again at the age of 22. According to records, Durousseau enlisted in the army at the age of 22 to avoid marrying a women he impregnated. He instead married a soldier he met in Germany, they would later separate due to his violent behavior. While Durousseau was married to his wife, on March 13, 1997, he accused of kidnapping and raping a young women, but the charges were later dropped. In 1999 Durousseau was court-martialed for being in possession of stolen goods and found guilty.

Durousseau began his serial series when he was 32. All of his victims were African Amercian women between the ages of 18 and 20 years old. Durousseau’s method of killing was to strangle his victims to death with a cord, which was usually found at the scene of the crime. Prior to the murders, Durousseau would typically bind and rape his victims and take a piece of jewelry as a way to remember his crimes.

On June 17, 2003 Durousseau was arrested and charged with five counts of murder. He was sentenced to die by lethal injection after being found guilty for the murder of Tyresa Mack on December 13, 2007. He has not been sentenced for the other four murders. No execution day has been set.

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Victims of Paul Durousseau

on January 1st, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by | No Comments

Paul Durousseau has been charged with five counts of murder, but is thought to have murdered an additional two women. He has been found guilty of murdering Tyresa Mack. We currently have information on all of his suspected murder victims. Tracy Habersham Tracy, age 26, was strangled to death on…

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