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Garrido Search Turns Up Human Bone Fragment

September 01, 2009  | 

Searchers picking through a pair of properties outside Antioch connected to alleged kidnapper and rapist Phillip Craig Garrido reported Monday that they had found a bone fragment, but it is not clear whether it is human, authorities said.

Police want to know whether Garrido, who with his wife, Nancy, is accused of abducting Jaycee Lee Dugard from South Lake Tahoe when she was 11 and holding her captive for 18 years, is responsible for about 10 unsolved slayings of prostitutes in the late 1990s in eastern Contra Costa County. Some of the women's bodies were found near where Phillip Garrido worked, authorities said.

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Tags: Sex Crimes, Kidnapping, Contra Costa County (Calif.) Sheriff

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