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FL EVERGLADES JANE DOE: WF, 35-45, in saw grass near a boat ramp in Everglades, FL - 19 December 1998

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1990 to 1999' started by Romulus, Nov 14, 2018.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person

    The Doe Network:

    Case File 240UFFL
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    Sketches of Victim

    Unidentified White Female

    • Located on Saturday evening, December 19, 1998 in Everglades, Broward County, Florida.
    • Cause of death was homicide.
    Vital Statistics
    • Estimated age: 35-45 years old.
      Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6"; 116 lbs.
      Distinguishing Characteristics: Possibly Hispanic. Shoulder-length brown hair; brown eyes. It was noted that she had recently undergone a medical procedure involving the removal of a cyst.
    • Dentals: Available. 13 - palatal cuspid only remains, 14 - retained roots.
    • Clothing: A black and white striped shirt with blue sleeves that read "Team Sport", red earrings, a black sleeveless "Rock City" t-shirt and red sneakers.


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    Victim's Clothing

    Case History
    The victim was located in Everglades, Florida on December 19, 1998
    A boater found the woman's body circa 17.00 in the saw grass near a boat ramp, west of U.S. 27, two miles south of Interstate 75.Detectives suspect she was murdered in Broward, Dade or Palm Beach counties and dumped in the Everglades.

    Investigators

    Fort Lauderdale Police Department
    954-761-5700
    954-761-5547
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    Broward County Medical Examiner
    Investigator Bob Keys
    954-327-6500
    You may remain anonymous if you wish.Agency Case Number:
    1998-1548NCIC Number:
    U-183268048
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.Information Source: WeTip
    FLUIDDB
    Miami Herald, The (FL) 12/21/1998
    UDRS
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/240uffl.html


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  2. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    The clothing looks distinctive. It's too bad it hasn't been traced back to a store. And the T-shirt to a "Bar" possibly. Especially since it dosen't say the usual "Moniker" "Detroit Rock City" but "LA". It says she just had a "Cyst" removal. Would She be traveling that soon?. She was dressed in "Layers". Like alot of "Transients". I know it's "Florida. But December. She is wearing a "Sweater" but has no "Jacket" or "Coat". Not wearing warm Socks. Or warm Shoes. Does this mean She WAS fairly local?. It states they kept "Teeth Roots" but did not say if they tried to extract DNA.
     
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  3. KareBear

    KareBear Well-Known Member

    I also wondered about how recent her cyst removal was.. I suppose it depends on how invasive the surgery was as to how soon she would be active afterwards. I, personally, do not believe these clothes to be that of a 'transient'.. in Florida, in December, it does get chilly- especially when the sun is not out (or its cloudy)... we often wear layers to be able to remove some when that Florida sun pops out because it warms up quick! One would also want to wear layers if they planned on being on a boat or hanging out by the lake or ocean. The wind chill can get pretty nippy, especially near the water! Also, the fact that her shoes were red and matched her red stripes on her sweater makes me think that she was fashionable- typically transients don't have that luxury.. it could be a coincidence, however..
     

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