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The Region

May 07, 1987

Detectives went to Arizona to arrange extradition for a man suspected of stabbing to death his estranged girlfriend and her mother in their Santa Ana home. However, Ronald Blaney, 30, of Fountain Valley, who was arrested at his mother's home in Prescott, refused to waive extradition. Blaney had been sought since Monday, when the bodies of Josephine Vinci, 65, and her daughter, Prescilla Vinci, 32, were found. Prescilla Vinci, a college student, was deaf, as is the suspect, police said, adding that Prescilla had been trying to break off a relationship with Blaney.

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