Crime Man who murdered women on California's Monterey Peninsula sentenced

17:31  06 february  2018
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a person posing for the camera © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. A prison inmate who is serving a life sentence for murdering a Pebble Beach, California woman in the 1980s pleaded guilty last month to killing a second woman from Seaside.

Inmate Alfred Powell admitted he murdered 32-year-old Sandra McGee Steppuhn in 1982, the same year he killed 30-year-old Suzanne Kay Nixon.

He was sentenced by Monterey County judge Julie Culver Friday to serve 15 years-to-life in prison for murdering Steppuhn. With two consecutive life sentences, prosecutors said Powell will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

The Seaside mother of three was considered a missing person for three decades.

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Her family had no idea what happened to her until 2015, when a landscaper found her remains buried in a Monterey home's backyard. Steppuhn was found in the same clothing she had been wearing the night she disappeared.

Powell was living in the home's garage on the 1100 block of Third Avenue when the two women were slain. Nixon's body was found in the garage in 1983.

During Friday's sentencing, Culver told the courtroom that while she had presided over many murder trials in her career, she had not seen or sentenced anyone as depraved as Powell.

Culver said Powell is an "intensely egocentric" person who has psychopathic and sociopathic traits.

Victim impact statements were read from Steppuhn's husband and her three daughters, who were 12, 12 and 7 years old when their mother disappeared. The family members expressed that while they all coped differently with their mother's loss, they found strength through supporting each other.

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