Facts of the Crime:
Former police officer Anthony "Jack" Sully, convicted of murdering six people at his Burlingame warehouse on February 7, 1983, was sentenced in San Mateo County to die in the gas chamber on July 15, 1986. Sully was arrested in August 1983 in connection with the slaying of Barbara Searcy, 22, of Oakland, who had been found shot in the head. A week later, he was accused of the slayings of three people found stuffed into steel drums discovered on the outskirts of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.The nude bodies of a man and two men had been shot to death were found inside the drums. He was later accused of killing two young women whose bodies were found dumped along roads in San Mateo County. Prosecutors said Sully murdered his victims during orgies of sex and cocaine held at his Burlingame warehouse.