Two decades ago, Tracy Edwards escaped from Jefrey Dahmer and helped end his murder and sexual assault spree. Now, Edwards is a suspect in the murder of a man who fell into the Milwaukee River.
According to Milwaukee police, Edwards and two other homeless men were involved in an argument when one of the men fell into the Milwaukee River from a bridge. The other homeless man leaped off the bridge to save him, police said.
Twenty years ago, Milwaukee police found Edwards, half naked and partially handcuffed, in the street near Dahmer’s apartment. Edwards told police he had just escaped Dahmer’s apartment and led them back there.
Police arrested Dahmer that evening after finding body parts in his refrigerator and human remains throughout his apartment.
Dahmer, who is believed to have raped, killed and dismembered as many as 17 boys and men, often having sex with their remains before eating them, was later convicted of 15 murders.
He died in prison after a fellow inmate beat him with a broomstick in 1994.
Edwards, according to court records, has had several run-ins with the law involving drugs over the years.
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