Sutter County John Does are four unidentified victims of Juan V. Corona.
Between May 1971 to June 1971, twenty-five men, including these four, were found buried across farms and orchards in Sutter County, California. The victims were all transients or migrant workers killed by stabbing, who were also sexually assaulted. Few details are available about the victims' physical characteristics.
Evidence, including incriminating documents, located at the scenes tied them to labor contractor Juan Corona. He was convicted in 1973 and later died in 2019.
Along with ten of Corona's identified victims, these men are buried in Plot J-3-5 in Sutter Cemetery in Sutter, California.
- Sutter County John Does at Find a Grave
- Juan Corona on Wikipedia
- Radford University profile on Juan Corona
- Their recovery dates are unknown, but it's between these dates because this was when Corona's identified victims were recovered.