A teen killer, and an adult stalker

In 1983, when he was 14 years old, Peter Zimmer murdered his adoptive parents and brother. Because of the juvenile laws at the time in Wisconsin, where the murders took place, he was never found guilty, only delinquent. He spent five years in a detention center and then, with his inheritance from his parents’ estate, started a new life in Florida.

He had a new identity as Jovan Collier, and no one knew his of his violent past. Still, his life after that had all the hallmarks of a sociopath—multiple relationships, failed businesses. But then, when one woman had enough, he started making threats, which landed him in jail again.

Read A teen killer’s dark secret, by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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UPDATE: He got 42 months for the stalking. Would also have credit for about 7 months jail time before he was sentenced. Googling him under “Jovan Collier” gives some interesting information and news articles as well. This guy sounds like the kid who murdered his parents and threw himself on the mercy of the court because he was an orphan. Just absolutely amazing stories about this guy.

He reconnected with his biological mother and her husband, later she got information about his killing his adoptive parents and cut off contact with him. People just don’t give him a chance after they find out he murdered 3 people…gosh….people just don’t seem to give a kid a break any more, even if he seems like such as nice guy at first.

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