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Ramon Salcido
Birth name Ramon Bojorquez Salcido
Occupation Winery worker
Born March 6, 1961
Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Penalty Sentenced to death
Killings
Date April 15, 1989
Location(s) Sonoma, California, U.S.
Killed 7
Injured 2
Weapon(s) Knife
Ruger .22 Handgun

Ramon Bojorquez Salcido is a convicted mass murderer and as of 2007 is on death row in California's San Quentin State Prison.

He was convicted of the 1989 murders of seven people, including his wife and two of his daughters, Sofia (age 4) and Teresa (age 1). A third daughter, Carmina, aged 3, lay in a field beside the bodies of her sisters for 36 hours after being slashed across the throat by her father. She was rescued and later adopted by a family in Missouri. Carmina Salcido wrote a 2009 book Not Lost Forever about her experiences.[1]

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Murder victims

  • Angela Salcido, 24, wife of Ramon Salcido
  • Sofia Salcido, 4, daughter of Ramon Salcido
  • Teresa Salcido, 2, daughter of Ramon Salcido
  • Marion Louise Richards, 47, mother of Angela Salcido
  • Ruth Richards, 12, daughter of Marion Richards
  • Maria Richards, 8, daughter of Marion Richards
  • Tracey Toovey, 35, winemaster at Grand Cru winery

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