Harvey Carignan

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Harvey Carignan
Born (1927-05-18) May 18, 1927 (age 90)
Fargo, North Dakota
Other names The Want-Ad Killer,
Harv the Hammer
Criminal penalty 150 years imprisonment
Conviction(s) Attempted murder,
Attempted rape,
Assault,
Burglary,
Murder,
Sodomy
Killings
Victims 5+
Span of killings
July 31, 1949–September 20, 1974
Country United States
State(s) Alaska,
Minnesota,
Washington
Date apprehended
September 24, 1974

Harvey Louis Carignan (born May 18, 1927) is an American serial killer serving a 400-year sentence at the Minnesota Correctional Facility – Faribault for the murders of two women.[1] He had been previously convicted for a 1949 rape and murder he committed while stationed in the U.S. Army, in Anchorage, Alaska. Although he was sentenced to hang, he was ultimately paroled for that crime in 1960.

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  1. ^ "Offender Locator - Offender Information". Retrieved 2014-05-18. 

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