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One night while Northcott was asleep, Jessie learned from Sanford that Northcott had killed four boys at his ranch. Jessie returned to Canada about one week after the discovery. Once in Canada, Jessie informed the American consul there about Northcott's crimes. Because there was initially some concern over an immigration issue, the Los Angeles Police Department contacted the United States Immigration Service to determine facts relative to Jessie's complaint. Shaw and George W. Scallorn, visited Northcott's chicken ranch in Wineville.
They found year-old Sanford Clark at the ranch and took him into custody. Northcott had seen the agents driving up the long road to his ranch. Before fleeing into the treeline, he told Clark to stall the agents, or else he would shoot him from the treeline with a rifle.
During the next two hours, while Clark stalled, Northcott kept on running. Finally, when Clark felt that the agents could protect him, he told them that Northcott had fled into the trees which lined the edge of his chicken ranch property. Sanford Clark testified at the sentencing of Sarah Louise Northcott that his uncle, Gordon Northcott, had kidnapped, molested, beaten, and killed three young boys with the help of his mother and Clark himself.
Sanford Clark also testified about the murder of a fourth boy, a Mexican citizen, after which Northcott had forced Clark to help dispose of the head by burning it in a fire pit and then crushing the skull. Northcott stated that he "left the headless body by the side of the road near Puente because he had no other place to put it. Sanford Clark said that quicklime was used to dispose of the remains and that the bodies were buried on the Wineville chicken ranch.
Authorities found three shallow graves at Wineville exactly where Clark had stated they were located. It was found, however, that these graves did not contain complete bodies, but only parts of bodies. During testimony from both Sanford Clark and his sister Jessie, it was learned that the bodies had been dug up by Gordon Northcott and his mother, Sarah Louise Northcott, on the evening of August 4, , a few weeks before Sanford was taken into protective custody. Northcott and his mother had taken the bodies out to a desert area, where they were most likely burned in the night.
The evidence found in the graves consisted of "51 parts of human anatomy The body parts that were found, coupled with the testimony of Sanford Clark, resulted in a death sentence for Gordon Northcott and a life sentence for his mother, Sarah Louise Northcott. Wineville changed its name to Mira Loma on November 1, , due in large part to the negative publicity surrounding the murders.
The new city of Eastvale took parts of the area of Mira Loma in , and the new city of Jurupa Valley took parts of Mira Loma in Sanford Clark returned to Saskatoon , Saskatchewan, Canada. Records of the city of Saskatoon indicate that he died on June 20,  and was buried in the Saskatoon Woodlawn Cemetery on August 26, Canadian police arrested Gordon Stewart Northcott and his mother on September 19, While Sarah Northcott and her son, Gordon, were being held in British Columbia awaiting extradition to California, Sarah confessed to the murders,  including that of nine-year-old Walter Collins.
But before being extradited to California, she retracted her confession, as did Gordon Northcott, who had confessed to killing more than five boys. After Sarah and her son had been extradited from British Columbia to California, she once again confessed and pleaded guilty to killing Walter Collins. She was not put on trial; upon her plea of guilty, Superior Court Judge Morton sentenced her to life imprisonment on December 31, , sparing her the death penalty because she was a woman. During her sentencing hearing, she claimed that her son was innocent and made a variety of bizarre claims about his parentage, including that he was an illegitimate son of an English nobleman,  that she was Gordon's grandmother,  and that he was the result of incest between her husband, Cyrus George Northcott, and their daughter.
She served her sentence at Tehachapi State Prison  and was paroled after less than twelve years. Gordon Northcott was implicated in the murder of Walter Collins, but because his mother had already confessed and been sentenced for it, the state chose to not prosecute Gordon in that murder.
It was speculated that Gordon may have killed as many as 20 boys, but the State of California could not produce evidence to support that speculation. Ultimately, the state only brought an indictment against Gordon for the murders of an unidentified underage Mexican national known as the "Headless Mexican" and the brothers Lewis and Nelson Winslow aged 12 and 10, respectively.
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The jury heard that he kidnapped, molested, tortured , and murdered the Winslow brothers and the "Headless Mexican" in On February 8, , the day trial ended with Gordon being convicted of those murders. He was 23 years old. Sanford's older sister, Jessie, became suspicious of the letters Sanford was forced to send home from Northcott's ranch. These letters assured the family that Sanford was well. Jessie traveled to the ranch in Wineville and stayed there for several days.
She became terrified of Northcott, left the ranch, and returned to Canada. There, she told the American consul about the crimes that had occurred at Wineville. Kelley believed very strongly that Sanford was innocent. Kelley told Sanford that he had secured an entirely unique settlement of Sanford's legal situation by having him taken to the nearby Whittier State School , where an experimental program for delinquent youths was underway.
He assured Sanford that the Whittier school was unique because of its compassionate mission of genuine rehabilitation. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility. His sentence was later commuted to 23 months because the trustees of the school believed that he "had impressed the Trustees with his temperament, job skills and his personal desire to live a productive life during his nearly two years there.
He died in at the age of 78, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in Nine-year-old Walter Collins was abducted and it was believed the abduction occurred when he went to the movies and never came back, on March 10, He lived in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles . Initially, his mother, Christine Collins, and the police believed that enemies of Walter Collins, Sr.
Walter Collins' disappearance received nationwide attention and the Los Angeles Police Department followed up hundreds of leads without success. Five months after Walter's disappearance,  a boy claiming to be Walter was found in DeKalb, Illinois.
Letters and photographs were exchanged before Walter's mother, Christine Collins, eventually paid for the boy to be brought to Los Angeles. A public reunion was organized by the police, who hoped to negate the bad publicity they had received for their failure to solve this case and others. The police also hoped that the uplifting story would deflect attention from a series of corruption scandals that had sullied the department's reputation.
At the reunion, Christine stated that the boy was not her son, Walter.
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