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Serial killer Monica's new long-term address

Where is Wimer serial killer Susan Monica spending her first Christmas since her conviction?

— M.F., Medford

When we last saw Susan Monica, it was at her April 21 sentencing when a judge called her a "cold-blooded killer" and levied a minimum sentence of 50 years in prison for murdering two men more than a year apart, dismembering them and feeding them to her pigs in separate acts at her Wimer farm.

The 67-year-old Monica is now known as inmate 11907202 at the state Department of Corrections' Coffee Creek Correctional Facility outside Wilsonville, according to corrections data.

Among its many roles, Coffee Creek serves as the state's female prison, so she's bound to live out the rest of her life there.

Monica has been at Coffee Creek since April 28, a week after a jury took less than an hour to elect a foreman and find her guilty of two counts each of murder and abuse of a corpse.

The murder cases carry a mandatory life term with a minimum of 25 years. Her terms run consecutively.

She was convicted in the shooting death and dismemberment of 59-year-old Stephen Delicino in the summer of 2012 and 56-year-old handyman Robert Haney in September 2013.

Both were fed to her pigs, and what was left of their remains was discovered in January 2014 on the 20-acre farm off West Evans Creek Road.

The FBI's criteria for a serial killer is one who kills at least two people in separate acts that are not part of a running crime spree.

Monica's trial was a bit of a circus at times, with her taking an active role in her defense by cross-examining a police witness and taking the stand on her own behalf.

She wore a wig during her trial, but she is bald in her corrections photograph, as she was when arrested.

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