The Canal Killer Murders haunted residents of Phoenix, AZ, for over 20 years. The gruesome deaths of Angela Brosso and Melanie Bernas turned cold, and remained unsolved over the years, until 2014, when a forensic genealogist managed to find a match in a DNA-based genealogy database. Since then, the Phoenix Canal Murders have a suspect, and the alleged killer, Bryan Miller, might be involved in several other cases, including the disappearance of Brandy Myers, the murder of Shannon Aumock, and the assault of Victoria Mikelson. All of these cases have several things in common: the age of the victims (13 to 22), the fact that all are female, and the fact that three of them took place near a bike trail, not a rest stop, like these famous unsolved murders. Charges have been brought against Miller in the deaths of Brosso and Bernas, but he has yet to go to trial.
The Headless Body Of Angela Brosso Was Found In November, 1992
Melanie Bernas Was Found Dead In The Arizona Canal In September, 1993
Miller Wound Up In Juvy After Stabbing A Woman In 1989
There Are Two Other Cases That Miller Might Be Connected To
He Was Acquitted Of Charges In The Attempted Murder Of Melissa Ruiz-Ramirez
Victoria Mikelson Thinks That Miller Attacked Her