Discussion in 'CA - Missing Women from the Santa Ana area of Cali' started by gitana1, Apr 14, 2014.
'How GPS fails...'
'Anaheim police acknowledge that Steven Gordon routinely isolated the terms of his federal probation...'
Parolees Accused of Murders Cut off GPS Monitors Twice
Excellent! Now, will we ever know if they've been ruled out in other killings?
The three missing women still not found. And no news about the unidentified, possible victim either.
I wonder if they can be tied to other killings in Las Vegas and Alabama? The one that was posted on the first page looks very suspicious, and if these guys were together and cutting off their monitors, I doubt they were just watching TV.
I'm wondering where in Alabama they lived and for how long, how long they were in Las Vegas, and if police in either place have reviewed cold cases and unsolved missing persons reports.
After serial O.C. killings, lawmakers want GPS tracking changes
Orange County lawmakers want additional oversight of parolees wearing GPS ankle bracelets and better communication between government agencies in the wake of two local registered sex offenders charged with serial murders.
Prosecutors say the Anaheim men, Steve Gordon and Franc Cano, raped and killed four women from October 2013 to March this year while wearing GPS bracelets. The men were supervised by state parole and federal probation officials.
Supervisor Todd Spitzer said this week that the case exposed flaws in law enforcement's ability to track convicts wearing GPS bracelets. At least one agency prohibited Gordon and Cano from associating, but the men still met frequently while drawing little attention from their monitors.
read more ............... http://www.ocregister.com/articles/probation-644935-county-federal.html
i dont think she followed them to so cal but it is possible that they had met/been serviced by her in vegas.
i think they threw them all in dumpsters and they were just "missed" at the facilities, probably buried under trash. they are prob in the landfill.
i wonder if LE was able to get any DNA from the RV.
'I could try this case myself': Serial-killing suspect voices frustration at trial delays
Jan. 16, 2015 Updated Jan. 19, 2015 10:59 a.m.
SANTA ANA A man suspected of kidnapping, raping and killing four women voiced his frustration Friday at the delays in his case going to trial, but ultimately agreed to put the trial off until at least August.
According to grand jury transcripts, Gordon in interviews with detectives admitted to kidnapping, raping and killing 21-year-old Jarrae Nykkole Estepp, 20-year-old Kianna Jackson, 34-year-old Josephine Vargas and 28-year-old Martha Anaya.
Yellin during the grand jury proceedings described the pair as a "cold, calculated, serial killing machine."
read more .............. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/trial-648334-gordon-year.html