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For families of Golden State Killer victims, a day 'so long overdue'

LOS ANGELES - Families of the Golden State Killer's victims have waited decades for answers, and on Wednesday they could see the face of a man police suspect in a years-long series of crimes.

Authorities arrested a 72-year-old Citrus Heights resident and former police officer,

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