CA sex offenders accused of rapes, murders wore GPS trackers

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Four women — maybe more — are raped and killed, and two parolees who were wearing GPS monitors are now being charged.

“The GPS was in fact attached to these suspects during the commissions of the crime, yes,” said Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada.

One woman’s body was found last month on a conveyor belt at an Anaheim trash sorting plant. That’s what broke the case. Authorities guess there’s at least one more victim.

The registered sex offenders, 27-year-old Franc Cano and 45-year-old Steven Gordon allegedly assaulted and killed four victims last fall and earlier this year.

They could face the death penalty.

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