Steven Dean Gordon, left, and Franc Cano.
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Police said two convicted sex offenders were wearing GPS-tracking ankle monitors when they allegedly raped and murdered four Southern California women.
The two convicts, who could face the death penalty if convicted, are to appear in court Tuesday to answer to four charges of rape and murder each. Data from their monitors and the mobile phone records of the victims helped police crack the case, the authorities said.
“That was one of the investigative tools we used to put the case together,” Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada said Monday at a news conference.
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