1. Keeping Children and Adults Safe
    Click Here for more information!
    Dismiss Notice
  2. What do you do if you have a loved one missing?
    In this section, you will find tips on what to do and not do.
    Easily find organizations that you can contact for help.
    Click here for more information
    Dismiss Notice
  3. “We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
    Our mission: Working together to help locate the missing, name the unidentified
    and discuss true crime cases within an intellectual, safe and respectful Internet community.
    *~*~*~*Don't forget, we are on Facebook! www.facebook.com/CrimeWatchersNet*~*~*~*~*
    CLICK HERE FOR FORUM SUPPORT
    Dismiss Notice
Dismiss Notice
Welcome to Crimewatchers.net! We are happy to have you with us.
Please let any staff member know if you need assistance. We're here to help! (If you aren't a member, please join us today. We'd love to meet you!)
Dismiss Notice
Crimewatchers.net opened on April 26, 2015 with the purpose of making a difference in getting the word out for the missing, unidentified, and justice for victims. Let us know if you have a case you'd like us to feature here, on Twitter &/or Facebook. Contact email: CrimewatchersCW@gmail.com

TX CORONA GIRL: WF, 18-24, found shot in Williamson County, TX - 25 Sept 1989

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1980 to 1989' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]

    On September 25, 1989 an unidentified white female was found in brush beside Interstate 35 in North Williamson County, Texas. She was shot multiple times. The forensic anthropologist determined she was 18-24 years old and had died 1-2 weeks prior to being found. She was 5’1” tall, weighed 115 lbs., and had straight brown hair.

    When found she was wearing a white t-shirt with “Cinco De Corona” and “Celebrate Corona” logos with the sleeves and bottom cut like fringe over a bra. She had on bikini panties under black knit pants, but no shoes. She wore one earring and 16-18 inch necklace consisting of one white bead in the center of four gold-colored beads. Her right ear was pierced 3 times, her left ear pierced 2 times. She had an appendectomy scar on her abdomen. She is known as “Corona Girl” for her t-shirt.

    Status: Case on hold for administrative or DNA quality reasons.

    http://dnadoeproject.org/case/corona-girl-jane-doe/

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/74uftx.html

    https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Corona_Girl


    Demographics
    Sex: Female
    Race / Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
    Estimated Age Group: Adult - Pre 30
    Estimated Age Range (Years): 18-24
    Estimated Year of Death: 1989
    Estimated PMI: 2 Weeks
    Height: 5' 1"(61 inches) , Estimated
    Weight: 115 lbs, Estimated

    Circumstances
    Type: Unidentified Deceased
    Date Body Found: September 25, 1989
    Location Found
    General Location: Texas
    County: Williamson County
    Circumstances of Recovery: Estimated date of death is 1-2 weeks. Wearing white t-shirt with "Cinco De Corona" and "Celebrate Corona" logos; sleeves and bottom were cut like fringe, bra with "American Legends" indian head logo. Right ear pierced 3 times, left ear pierced 2 times. Referred to as "Corona Girl" based upon clothing worn by decedent.
    Details of Recovery
    Inventory of Remains: All parts recovered
    Condition of Remains: Not recognizable - Traumatic injuries
    Circumstance Notes
    https://www.dps.texas.gov/mpch/Unidentified/unDetails/U8910001
    Referred to as "Corona Girl" based upon clothing worn by decedent.

    Physical Description

    Hair Color: Brown
    Head Hair Description: Brown
    Distinctive Physical Features
    Scar/mark: Scar on abdomen, pierced ears

    Clothing and Accessories
    Clothing: Wearing white t-shirt with "Cinco De Corona" and "Celebrate Corona" logos; sleeves and bottom were cut like fringe, bra with "American Legends" indian head logo. - On the Body
    Jewelry: Necklace 16- to 18-inch gold necklas with one white bead in center of 4 gold [beads]. - On the Body

    https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/4023
     

Share This Page