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NY PORT JERVIS JANE DOE: F, 25-50, skull found on roof in Port Jervis, NY - May 2006

Discussion in 'Unidentified 2000 to 2009' started by DaisyChains, Apr 23, 2016.

  1. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    The Doe Network - http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/878ufny.html
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    Sketches of Victim


    Unidentified Female
    • Date of Discovery: May 18, 2006
    • Location of Discovery: Port Jervis, Orange Co, New York
    • Estimated Date of Death: 1995 or earlier
    • State of Remains: Partial Skeletal Remains (Human cranium was revocered. Teeth are missing, as is the mandible. No other bones were recovered)
    • Cause of Death: Undetermined



    Physical Description
    ** Listed information is approximate


    • Estimated Year of Birth: 1955-1965
    • Estimated Age: 25-50 years
    • Race: White
    • Gender: Female
    • Height: Unknown
    • Weight: Unknown
    • Hair Color: Unknown
    • Eye Color: Unknown

    • Distinguishing Marks/Features: The nose on the female is prominent and may be helpful in identification.


    • Dentals: Not available
    • Fingerprints: Not available
    • DNA: Not available
    Clothing & Personal Items
    • Clothing: A single earring was recovered near the skull. It is described as a hoop style earring


    • Jewelry: None Stated


    • Additional Personal Items: None Stated




    Case History
    On May 18, 2006, a homeowner in a residential area of the City of Port Jervis observed from his rear window a human cranium on the roof of an adjacent tire business. The skull, according to the witness, was not there the evening before. The cranium was located on a metal roof of a garage building for a local tire company. The skull appeared to have been set on the sloped roof. It was sitting up right and a single hoop earring was located near the skull on the roof. Broken sea shells were also observed near by but it is unknown if they are related.

    Anthropological studies on the skull indicate it belonged to a white female possible of Hispanic descent aged 25-50 years. There does not appear to be any indications of burial or submersion in water, nor is there any apparent trauma. The teeth appear to have been removed post-mortem and after the skull was skeletonized.

    Port Jervis is located at the intersection of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is readily accessed from New York City and other metropolitan areas. Interstate 84, NY 17, US 6, US 209 and the NYS Thruway are all within close proximity or pass thru or by the city.





    Investigating Agency(s)
    If you have any information about this case please contact;



    • Agency Name: Port Jervis City Police Department
    • Agency Contact Person: Detective Michael J. Worden
    • Agency Phone Number: 845-856-5101



    • Agency Case Number: 06-00617
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.





    Information Source(s)
    • Port Jervis Police
     
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  2. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    it is very strange to me that this young woman's skull was left on top of a building. Even more unsettling is the fact that her teeth were removed from the skull after some time - does this mean they naturally fell out or that someone actually removed the teeth? Did a person place the skull on top of the building or did it seem like a large bird could have dropped it there? This case is very odd and again is very unnerving.

    I mean the report says the head seemed to have been "set" there. :eek:
     
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  3. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    2 days later these skeletal remains were found sans head, hands, and limbs near Niagara. It is far from where the head was left, but it makes me wonder...
    http://doenetwork.org/cases/1116ufny.html

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    Unidentified Female
    • Date of Discovery: May 20, 2006
    • Location of Discovery: Lewiston, Niagara County, New York
    • Estimated Date of Death: Unknown
    • State of Remains: Partial skeletal parts only
    • Cause of Death: Unknown




    Physical Description
    ** Listed information is approximate


    • Estimated Age: 25-50 years old
    • Race: Unknown
    • Gender: Female
    • Height: 5'1" to 5"5
    • Weight: Unknown.
    • Hair Color: Unknown
    • Eye Color: Unknown


    • Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown


    • Dentals: Not available.
    • Fingerprints: Not available.
    • DNA: Available.
    Clothing & Personal Items
    • Clothing: Black stocking on her right foot.


    • Jewelry: Unknown


    • Additional Personal Items: Unknown




    Case History
    The victim's partial skeletal remains were located in Devil’s Hole State Park. Her head, limbs and hands were not recovered.





    Investigating Agency(s)
    If you have any information about this case please contact;



    • Agency Name: Niagara County Coroner's Office
    • Agency Contact Person: James McClure
    • Agency Phone Number: 716-961-7591 or 716-439-7002




    • Agency Case Number: 0979-06
    • NCIC Case Number: U460022915
    • Former Hot Case Number: 1036
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.




    we have the dismembering incidents that happened in Niagara Falls, one of which was this past summer and some span back years. Many online have been wondering if those Niagara Falls murders are the work of a serial killer and some wonder if it is the long island serial killer distancing his killing grounds. One must wonder if the killer gift wrapped these skeletal remains found in Niagara Falls like the head that was found. The head has no DNA, but this UID that was dismembered near Niagara does have DNA in the system. The body in Niagara was thought to have belonged to a woman 25-50 just like the estimated age of the cranium found. Something is strange about that body being found 2 days after the head no matter the distance in NY. The postmortem interval of the body near Niagara could not be determined - makes me wonder. always wondering.
     
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  4. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    The broken sea shells sound like some kind of ritualistic performance.
    Santeria....Bruhadia? Not sure I spelled the second one correctly.
     
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  5. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    Great point! I was wondering if there was a ritualistic element to this. Perhaps so! The seashells yes that's a big clue. Thanks @spike !
     
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