Tracey Coreen Hobson

OC Nonprofit Helps Crack 30-Year-Old Cold Case, by Bianca Rae, Spectrum News 1 —Tracey Hobson, whose remains were discovered in Anaheim in 1987, remained unidentified until just a few weeks ago – 31 years later – when Fitzpatrick and her team of volunteers at DNA Doe got involved

OCSD identifies Jane Doe homicide victim after more than 31 years, by Greg Hardesty, “Behind the Badge OCSD” — For more than 31 years, the homicide victim had been just a number – one of the nearly 100 Jane and John Does in Orange County that investigators in the Coroner Division of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department had worked tirelessly to identify. Now, the young woman with a chipped front tooth and feathered, shoulder-length hair has a name: Tracey Coreen Hobson.

A young woman whose body was found 31 years ago is ID’d in cold case as Anaheim resident, by Alejandra Reyes-Velarde, “Los Angeles Times” — A young woman whose body was found in Anaheim 31 years ago was identified this week with the help of volunteers using the same technique that identified the suspected Golden State Killer

Remains Of Murdered Anaheim Woman ID’d 31 Years After Being Found, CBS2 (KCAL9) — It took 31 years, but thanks to DNA technology investigators announced this week that they have finally identified remains found more than three decades ago as those of a missing 20-year-old Anaheim woman who is suspected to have been murdered