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    July 16, 2006: 5-year-old Destiny Norton was lured from her home to the home of Craig Roger Gregerson, where he raped and killed her, then put her in a plastic tub until law enforcement found her. He pled guilty to avoid the death penalty and was sentenced to LWOP.

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Movies Based on True Crimes: Hostage High (aka: Detention: The Siege at Johnson High and also Target for Rage)


Robert Brens
Beamon A. Hill
Judy Davis
Jason E. White

This Day in Crime History: Lindhurst High School Massacre 5/01/1992 Olivehurst, CA *Eric Christopher Houston convicted and sentenced to death*
The Hostage of Lindhurst High School Classroom C106, May 1, 1992 (a survivor’s story)
School gunman surrenders; 4 killed in 10 hour ordeal
Hostages families waited in terror
Siege suspect sought out teacher
Suspect in high school siege pleads not guilty to 4 killings
Rampage victims kin face two trials
Friend says suspect often told of plan for school killing spree
Gunman killings not planned
Houston was sane during school rampage
Dropout guilty of 4 murders in rampage
Jury urges death for Houston
Houston plea for mercy rebuffed death penalty likely
Houston cries out to jurors
Town without pity for killer
Lindhurst High School, Olivehurst, California (about 1/3 way down)
School Shootings
Recent shootings at U.S. schools
Murderpedia: Eric Christopher Houston
Wikipedia: Lindhurst High School shooting

Detention: The Siege at Johnson High



CDCR#: H94300
Age: 42
Admission Date: 09/24/1993
Current Location: San Quentin
San Quentin, CA 94964
(415) 454-1460


4 Responses

  1. Eric Christopher Houston was sentenced to death for his crimes in 1993, per Calif law he is granted an automatic appeal, he has yet to be assigned “counsel” or a appeal trial date.
    What a travesty of justice

    • I was one of the kid at lhs that was held by him I agree . He killed our friends and our child hood . He deserves to be put down so he can face judgement in the after life . How ever just know he did not win we have moved on we have lived we always remember our fallen brothers and sister . Thank you to all who have stood by us when we needed you back then . There is just one more thing that needs to be done to bring the pain in our hart to a close . He needs to pay his debt

  2. The travesty of justice is that California citizens taxes including the victims family’s and victims of the hostage pay for him to eat daily and house him with there tax dollars. That’s the slap in the face that must hurt them daily I think the families should have the right to dispose of him how they see fit.

  3. I was at the school the day it happen.

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