Golden State Killer Suspect Appears In Court For Arraignment

Joseph James DeAngelo, the ex-police officer suspected of being the notorious “Golden State Killer,” appeared in court in Sacramento, California, for an arraignment Friday, CBS News reported. Police say DeAngelo is the serial predator who killed 12 and raped nearly 50 in the 1970s and 80s in California. He was arrested Tuesday at his suburban Sacramento home. A judge read the charges against DeAngelo, who appeared in the courtroom in a wheelchair wearing an orange prison jumpsuit. Another court date was set for May 14. DeAngelo did not enter a plea to the murder charges he faces in the 1978 deaths of Katie and Brian Maggiore. He is being represented by a public defender. DeAngelo…