Marcus Wesson's former property has been sold
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The site of a Fresno mass murder will undergo big changes. The city just approved the sale of property near Roeding Park, which will become a new auto parts store.
The property at Olive and Weber includes the site of Marcus Wesson's former home at Weber and Hammond Avenue. That's where Wesson murdered nine of his children in March of 2004. The home has since been destroyed.
AutoZone plans to build a store at Olive and Weber Avenues - the site of the former Bel Air Motel. The site of the former Wesson home will be landscaped and used for parking.
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