Santa Ana police Wednesday were investigating whether there was a connection in the disappearances of four women since mid-October, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. We have previously reported about two of these missing women here.
At this point, the only commonality in the disappearances is that the women – Martha Anaya, 28; Kianna Rae Jackson, 20; Josephine Monique Vargas, 34; and Andrea Nichole Palma, 29 – frequented a neighborhood along a half-mile stretch of First Street between Grand Avenue and the 55 freeway, Santa Ana police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said Friday, according to the O.C. Register.
Imagine if four white women had disappeared from Santa Ana’s wealthy Floral Park Neighborhood? There would have been an instant uproar. Instead these women have been mostly ignored by the media and the local police until just recently. Continue reading