Billy Chemirmir has now been indicted on 18 different murder charges
A serial killer who allegedly committed heinous murders across North Texas is facing a new charge after a grand jury indictment.
Billy Chemirmir was indicted on December 29 in the death of Glenna Day, 87, who lived at the Tradition-Prestonwood Senior Living Community in Dallas until her death on October 15, 2016.
The indictment was not revealed publicly until this week.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
This is the 18th murder Chemirmir has been charged in connection with, according to Fox 4.
Police claim Chemirmir went on a killing spree in Dallas County and Collin County by posing either as a maintenance or health care worker to reach his victims, who have mostly been elderly.
Chemirmir is scheduled to go to trial for one of the alleged killings in April, as long as the coronavirus pandemic doesn't postpone the trial.
NBC 5 reports Chemirmir would smother his victims and rob them of their jewelry before escaping.
He would later allegedly sell or pawn the jewelry he stole from his victims.
Glenna Day is the newest victim linked to Chemirmir's alleged killing spree
Day isn't the first victim who was staying at the Tradition-Prestonwood Senior Living Community, with eight other deaths connected to Chemirmir there. Three of the victims killed in the same three-month stretch lived on the same floor.
'You would think after the third death, there would be some flags,' said Cheryl Kerr, Glenna Day's