UPS Serial-Killer Caught

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Maryland - Jason Thomas Scott, 27, was charged Tuesday in the murder of Delores and Ebony Dewitt, a mother and daughter who were found in a burning car in March 2009. A Prince Georges grand jury returned a seven-count indictment against Scott, including two counts of murder and two counts of burglary.
Law enforcement sources said they believe Scott also killed Karen and Karissa Lofton two months prior in their locked home.
Authorities believe Scott had been leading a double life, working at UPS by day, but also allegedly using his computer skills to research police forensic tactics and possibly using his UPS database to research alleged victims.
UPS officials said they have yet to be questioned.