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When the FBI connected him to his old alias, they questioned him.He confessed to knowing Hover, but denied committing the murder.In spite of what he had done, he was only found guilty of giving marijuana to a minor and violating his parole and was released after two more years of indeterminate sentencing.In 1977, Alcala got permission from his parole officer to visit relatives in New York City.Earlier on the day of Samsoe's disappearance, Alcala had been seen trying to get her and one of her friends to get into swimsuits so he could take pictures of them, but was chased away by a neighbor.The previous day, he had tried to convince two teenage girls to do so by offering them marijuana.After he lured her into his car, a witness followed him back to his apartment on De Longpre Avenue and called the police.
After 34 months, in 1974, he was released and kidnapped a 13-year-old girl named as "Julie J." in court records, forced her to smoke marijuana and kissed her.
Since her body hadn't yet been found, he was let go.
He was also questioned as a convicted sex offender in connection with the Hillside Strangler investigation.
He was found guilty on all counts and is currently on death row in San Quentin State Prison.
In 2011, he was indicted for the New York murders of Cornelia Crilley and Ellen Hover and may be extradited to the state in the future.
While in prison, he published a book titled You, The Jury, in which he denied killing Samsoe and posited another suspect.