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Larry Hazlett

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Employment History

Secretary

National Aeronautics and Space Administration


Teacher


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L.A. Daily News - Antelope Valley

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A Kern County Superior Court judge will decide whether to accept the jury's recommendation that 56-year-old Larry Hazlett of Sacramento be put to death for the 1978 slaying of a Rosamond community pageant queen. Hazlett was convicted of raping and murdering former Miss Rosamond Tana Woolley in 1978 -- a crime that had gone unsolved for 24 years until DNA technology helped detectives pin down Hazlett as a suspect. Hazlett was convicted of raping and murdering former Miss Rosamond Tana Woolley in 1978 -- a crime that had gone unsolved for 24 years until DNA technology helped detectives pin down Hazlett as a suspect. Hazlett, who worked as a high school teacher, is scheduled to be sentenced July 14, at which time Judge Michael Bush will decide whether to accept the jury's finding. Hazlett, who lived in Woolley's apartment building at the time of her slaying, was tapped immediately as the prime suspect, but investigators said they lacked evidence to arrest him. After reading the old files, the detective contacted Hazlett in Sacramento, where the suspect was living with his wife, and persuaded him to submit blood and hair samples. Those samples were sent to the Kern County District Attorney's Office crime laboratory, where DNA evidence from the crime scene was matched with the DNA profile of Hazlett, detectives said. Kern County detectives obtained a warrant and went to Sacramento in December 2002.They arrested Hazlett at his home, where he lived with his wife, and brought him back to Kern County. Hazlett has a stepdaughter who has a master's degree and works in child-protective services, and he has a biological son who is starting his senior year in college in New York City, Coker said. Woolley graduated from Rosamond High School in 1976, the year she was crowned Miss Rosamond.She had been working as a secretary for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration while attending Antelope Valley College when she was killed.


sacbee.com -- Retired detective stays on cold cases -- txtver

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The teacher, Larry Hazlett, later was sentenced to die for the murder.


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