Search Called Off for Bodies of Three Victims of Accused O.C. Serial Killers

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Police believe these women were killed by two convicted sex offenders in Orange County. (Credit: Anaheim Police Department)

Police have ended their search for the bodies of three women who prosecutors say were killed by a pair of registered sex offenders in Orange County.

The victims, four in all, went missing starting last the fall from Santa Ana and Anaheim but the body of only one, Jarrae Estepp, 21, has so far been found.


Two registered sex offenders, Steven Gordon and Franc Cano, are accused of raping and killing four women in Orange County.

The discovery of Estepp’s body led to the arrests in April of Franc Cano and Steven Gordon, both of whom were being tracked by GPS monitors because of their past sex offenses.

The men were charged with the rape and murder of Estepp, Kianna Jackson, 20, Josephine Monique Vargas, 34, and Martha Anaya, 28.

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