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  • Vincent Brothers


    Vincent Brothers (born May 31, 1962) is an American mass murderer convicted of killing his wife, their three children and his mother-in-law. Brothers was the former vice principal of John C. Fremont Elementary School in Bakersfield, California and holds a Master's degree in education from California State University Bakersfield and a Bachelor's degree from Norfolk State University. Brothers, who had months earlier married his wife for the second time, was convicted of killing her, their new baby, two toddlers and his mother-in-law on July 6, 2003. He attempted to create an alibi by flying to Columbus, Ohio under the pretext of visiting his brother. He drove his rental car to Bakersfield, murdered his family members, and returned to Ohio. Forensic analysis of the rental car showed insects native to states west of the Rocky Mountains and odometer readings that supported the round-trip to California. Brothers was convicted of first-degree murders with special circumstance of multiple murder and was ultimately sentenced to death.

  • Oildale, California


    Oildale is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kern County, California, United States. Oildale is located north-northwest of downtown Bakersfield, at an elevation of . The population was 32,684 at the 2010 census, up from 27,885 at the 2000 census. It is an unincorporated suburban town just north of Bakersfield across the Kern River, west of the Kern River Oil Field, and east of Highway 99.

  • Northeast Bakersfield


    Northeast Bakersfield (commonly known as simply The Northeast) is the northeast region of Bakersfield, California. Starting south and traveling clockwise, it is roughly bounded by Edison Rd., Mt. Vernon Ave., the Kern River, and Alfred Harrell Hwy./Comanche Rd. Other boundaries are the city limits.

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