The world network, related to at least 12 murders, 51 rapes and 120 burglaries in the late 1970s, the 72 year old Dean gidedo was considered the famous Jinzhou killer and has been arrested. California police in Sacramento, California, said in April 25th that, thanks to a breakthrough in the DNA technology, they had arrested one of Californias most famous serial killers, the killer of Jinzhou. Dean Guido, a 72 year old former police officer, was arrested at JosephJamesDeAngeloJrs home in CitrusHeights County, Sacramento on Tuesday night local time. The charge was to murder BrianMaggiore and his wife Katie in 1978, the two believed to be the first victims of the Jinzhou killer. In addition, he was also accused of brutally killing two men in the homes of Lyman and CharleneSmith in March 13, 1980. Sacramento District Prosecutor Stubo Te (AnneMarieSchubert) said that the DNA test results showed that Dean GID was related to these cases. Dean GID is currently being held in Sacramento county jail and is not allowed to bail. According to an old newspaper, Dean Guido was a police officer of Auburn. He was dismissed for stealing a hammer and driving a dog spray. Another old newspaper showed that Dean Guido had served as a navy and served on the Canberra cruiser for some time. Last March, FBI paid $50 thousand to help the people to help to arrest the famous GoldenStateKiller (also known as the EastAreaRapist) in the eastern region (EastAreaRapist). FBI said the killer was suspected to have killed 12 people in California and involved 45 rape cases. He should be at the age of 60 to 75. FBI said the man was skilled in shooting and often sneaked into the house and faced the sleeping couple. He first used the flashlight beam to wake the couple on the bed, and bound his husband to violence against his wife again. Sometimes he would kill two of the couple. Sometimes they only attack women who stay at home alone or stay at home with their children. Investigators believe that the mans first rape case occurred in June 1976, 40 years from now, in Sacramento. Between 1976 and 1978, the man had been burglaries, rapes and homicides in Sacramento. In 1979, a series of criminal activities concentrated in the eastern part of the San Francisco Bay area. In the next two years, he killed several people on the coast of California. In 1981, he killed in Irvine, southern California. Then he seemed to be at a loss, but in 1986 he again appeared in the Bay, raping and killing a young girl. This is his last crime. Investigators based on the DNA evidence he left behind, coupled with a unique and fearful criminal model, identified him as related to 12 killings and 45 rapes.