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Records raise questions about parole monitoring of men charged in killings
Records raise questions about parole monitoring of men charged in killings

State officials knew that two transients now accused of raping and killing four women were violating the terms of their parole by associating together and supervised them as "low risk" even after they cut off their GPS trackers and fled the state, according to records reviewed by The Times. The records raise new questions about how well state parole agents monitored the men's conduct during their alleged killing rampage in 2013 and 2014. Franc Cano and Steven Dean Gordon were considered compliant with the terms of their parole, according to the nearly 1,000 pages of daily logs and other records. The two men turned up faithfully once a week at the Anaheim parole office....

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