MEDFORD, Ore. — The second body has been identified in the Susan Monica murder case, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday.
According to a news release, the Oregon State Police Crime Lab identified the remains as 59-year-old Stephen Frank Delicino of Wimer. The sheriff’s office said Delicino worked as a handyman on Monica’s property. Detectives believe Monica killed Delicino in 2012 and buried his body on her property. The sheriff’s office said no one reported Delicino missing.
Police found two sets of remains on Monica’s property in January. One body was quickly identified as Roberty Haney, who was reported missing in January. Investigators also believe Monica had been using Haney’s Oregon Trail Card after his death.
Monica is currently in the Jackson County Jail charged with the two murders. Her next court date is scheduled for September 8th.