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The LAPD missed many clues left by Crimmins and the investigation stalled. Crimmins wanted McCaleb to know what he had done, so in April of 1998 he wrote a letter to [[Keisha Russell]] at the ''[[wikipedia:Los Angeles Times|Los Angeles Times]]'', inspiring her to write an article about McCaleb's post-operative progressive. Crimmins then called [[Graciela Rivers]], posing as a co-worker of Gloria's, and mentioned the story to her, inspiring her to seek out McCaleb and request his help in closing the investigation into Torres' murder. Once McCaleb was on Crimmins' trail, he took various steps to direct suspicion toward McCaleb. Posing as Noone, he allowed himself to be "hypnotized" so that he could give a description of the alleged killer's vehicle that matched McCaleb's car. Then he entered McCaleb's [[The Following Sea|boat]] one night and planted evidence, including the murder [[Heckler and Koch|weapon]].
 
The LAPD missed many clues left by Crimmins and the investigation stalled. Crimmins wanted McCaleb to know what he had done, so in April of 1998 he wrote a letter to [[Keisha Russell]] at the ''[[wikipedia:Los Angeles Times|Los Angeles Times]]'', inspiring her to write an article about McCaleb's post-operative progressive. Crimmins then called [[Graciela Rivers]], posing as a co-worker of Gloria's, and mentioned the story to her, inspiring her to seek out McCaleb and request his help in closing the investigation into Torres' murder. Once McCaleb was on Crimmins' trail, he took various steps to direct suspicion toward McCaleb. Posing as Noone, he allowed himself to be "hypnotized" so that he could give a description of the alleged killer's vehicle that matched McCaleb's car. Then he entered McCaleb's [[The Following Sea|boat]] one night and planted evidence, including the murder [[Heckler and Koch|weapon]].
   
Ultimately McCaleb realized that "Noone" was the killer, and he was identified as Crimmins based on fingerprints. McCaleb located Crimmins' hideout on Atoll Avenue in North Hollywood where abundant incriminating evidence was recovered. Crimmins kidnapped Graciela and her [[Raymond Torres|son]], taking them to a remote property in [https://www.google.com/maps/@32.1216689,-117.046086,10z?hl=en Baja]. McCaleb and Crimmins met on the beach. McCaleb shot and killed Crimmins and rescued Graciela and her son. Crimmins' body was later found on the beach and it was assumed that he committed suicide. Thus the Code Killer case ended with no one but McCaleb knowing what actually occurred.
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Ultimately McCaleb realized that "Noone" was the killer, and he was identified as Crimmins based on fingerprints. McCaleb located Crimmins' hideout on Atoll Avenue in North Hollywood where abundant incriminating evidence was recovered. Crimmins kidnapped Graciela and her [[Raymond Torres|son]], taking them to a remote property in [https://www.google.com/maps/@32.1216689,-117.046086,10z?hl=en Baja]. McCabe and Crimmins met on the beach. McCabe shot and killed Crimmins and rescued Graciela and her son. Crimmins' body was later found on the beach and it was assumed that he committed suicide. Thus the Code Killer case ended with no one but McCabe knowing what actually occurred.
   
 
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