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FL SUWANNEE COUNTY JOHN DOE: Found off I-75 by fence near White Springs, FL - 26 April 1990

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1990 to 1999' started by Jason Futch, May 13, 2019.

  1. Jason Futch

    Jason Futch TCCF Host, King of the Highway

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    SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA JOHN DOE
    Found April 26th, 1990
    Near White Springs, FL
    On April 26th, 1990 a motorist on I-75 contacted the Columbia County Sheriffs Office to report a dead body that had been seen laying on the side of the road, while an officer with the Florida Agricultural Law Enforcement was standing over it. The same Ag Officer that was seen observing the body had also called in to report the dead body of a male lying on the side of the road. The body had been located just a half mile south of County Road 136, near White Springs, which is located in Columbia County.

    The Suwannee County Sheriffs Office reported to the scene due to jurisdiction rights, as well as the FDLE, and saw the body laying on its back with his head propped up against a fence that bordered some property.

    Few details are available in this case, however what is known is that he was wearing a pair of blue jeans and a pair of blue shoes with a gray shirt. He a $2 in his pants pockets, but no form of identification. There was traces of blood found in his nose and mouth. He was estimated to have been dead between 12-18 hours.

    he FBI currently have possession of a good quality fingerprint card on the John Doe, whereas Suwannee County Sheriff's Office has a poor quality copy. His teeth appeared to be in good condition, though tooth #17 and #32 appeared to be tilted mesially.

    He is estimated to have been 5'10", weighed 166 lbs, and was between the ages of 25-40 years old.

    Individuals with information about this John Doe is asked to contact Investigator Chris Lee of the Suwannee County Sheriffs Office at 386-688-1751 or at Chris.Lee@SuwanneeSheriff.com. Additionally, one can also contact the FDLE Missing Persons Clearinghouse at 1-888-FL-MISSING (356-4774).

    MEDICAL EXAMINER CASE #1990-00509
    SUWANNEE COUNTY SHERIFFS CASE NUMBER: 90-0855
    NCIC: U310000448

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  2. Jason Futch

    Jason Futch TCCF Host, King of the Highway

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    Jason Futch TCCF Host, King of the Highway

  4. Jason Futch

    Jason Futch TCCF Host, King of the Highway

    RULEOUT UPDATE: Ronald Janes of Jefferson County, KY has been ruled out as of 5/30/19.
     
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    ima.grandma Believer of Miracles

    Suwannee County John Doe was a male found dead near Interstate 75 in north Florida shortly after his death.

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    On April 26th, 1990 the unidentified body of a male was found off I-75 in a westbound ditch in Suwannee County, Florida; just about a half-mile south from County Road 136 near Live Oak.

    Few details are available in this case; however what is known about it is that he was lying face up with his head against the base of a fence post. There was no drugs or alcohol found in his system and that he had not eaten prior to his death.

    There was traces of blood in the nose and mouth.

    No cause of death has been determined.

    The John Doe was found wearing blue jeans and underwear, as well as a gray t-shirt. He also had a pair of blue tennis shoes and a pair of socks on him.

    He had $2.00 in currency on him at the time of his discovery.

    Though there has been slow movement in this case, there has been developments. The FBI currently have possession of a good quality fingerprint card on the John Doe, whereas Suwannee County Sheriff's Office has a poor quality copy. His teeth appeared to be in good condition, though tooth #17 and #32 appeared to be tilted mesially.

    Currently, the Suwannee County Sheriffs Office has plans to reopen this investigation in hopes that someone will come forward to identify this John Doe.

    Since his inclusion into NamUs in 2008, he has been compared to ten individuals, all ruled out:

    • John Davidson, Arizona
    • David Thompson, Minnesota
    • Walter Ackerson, Oregon
    • Craig Alexander, Vermont
    • Kenneth Gautier, Florida
    • Bobby Clyatt, Florida
    • Daniel Goldman, Florida
    • Ricky Olsen, Florida
    • James Skelton, Texas
    • Ronald Janes, Kentucky
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