In the summer and fall of 2016, a serial killer stalked the streets of urban New Jersey.
He attacked four women in 84 days. He killed three.
He used his phone for everything. To hunt women. To learn faster ways to kill. When a murder was complete, he asked his phone for directions home.
After most violent crimes, victims and their loved ones must wait, hoping police and prosecutors may someday bring the criminal to justice.
For the women affected by these crimes, hope wasn’t good enough.
And for Tiffany Taylor, waiting wasn’t an option.
Police didn’t crack this case. Women did.
Women outsmarted the killer. They found him. And they stopped him.