In a July 1988 photo, Dennis Webb points to a tattoo that marks his first murder. He claimed to have murdered five people before being convicted of the murder of John and Lori Rainwater of Atascadero. During the penalty phase of his trial, he took the stand and asked for the death penalty.
In a July 1988 photo, Dennis Webb points to a tattoo that marks his first murder. He claimed to have murdered five people before being convicted of the murder of John and Lori Rainwater of Atascadero. During the penalty phase of his trial, he took the stand and asked for the death penalty. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
In a July 1988 photo, Dennis Webb points to a tattoo that marks his first murder. He claimed to have murdered five people before being convicted of the murder of John and Lori Rainwater of Atascadero. During the penalty phase of his trial, he took the stand and asked for the death penalty. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Dennis Webb, convicted in 1988 of murdering Atascadero couple, dies on death row

December 14, 2016 01:25 PM