Events surrounding Derrick Todd Lee, suspected of killing at least five women in Louisiana:

July 1993: Lee sentenced to prison for a November 1992 burglary. Serves two years.

September 1995-January 2000: Lee arrested at various times in Lake Charles, Zachary and other Louisiana towns on battery, suspicion of being a peeping Tom, stalking and other counts.

April 2000: Lee convicted of flight from an officer in one incident and sentenced to prison for two years. A judge also revoked his probation on an earlier stalking charge.

January 2001: Lee released from prison.

Sept. 24, 2001: Gina Wilson Green found strangled in her home in Baton Rouge, La.

May 31, 2002: Charlotte Murray Pace found stabbed to death in her home south of Louisiana State University.

July 9, 2002: Woman attacked in her home in Breaux Bridge, La., but survives.

July 12, 2002: Pam Kinamore abducted from her home in Baton Rouge. Body found four days later near Whiskey Bay.

Nov. 21, 2002: Trineisha Dene Colomb attacked near Grand Coteau north of Lafayette. Body found three days later in Scott.

March 3, 2003: Carrie Lynn Yoder abducted from her home. Body found 10 days later near Whiskey Bay.

May 5: Lee forced to submit a sample for DNA testing in case not linked to serial killer. The tests on the DNA sample later link him to the five killings already blamed on the serial killer.

May 26: Identified publicly as serial killing suspect. Arrest warrant issued in Yoder case.

May 27: Lee captured in Atlanta. Also, arrest warrant naming Lee issued in nonfatal July 9, 2002, attack.

May 28: Lee agrees not to fight transfer back to Louisiana.