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TX VIDOR JANE DOE: WF, 12-20, found near I-10 in Vidor, TX - 1 January 1984 - Previous braces

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1980 to 1989' started by Romulus, Apr 19, 2019.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person

    72UFTX - Unidentified Female
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    Reconstructions of the victim by Karen T. Taylor (please note: hair was shorter than depicted).

    Date of Discovery: January 1, 1984
    Location of Discovery: Vidor, Orange County, Texas
    Estimated Date of Death: 1983 or prior
    State of Remains: Partial remains with soft tissues
    Cause of Death: Possible decapitation

    Physical Description
    Estimated Age: 12-20 years old
    Race: White
    Sex: Female
    Height: 4'6" to 5'2"
    Weight: Unknown
    Hair: Brown, fine and 2" in length.
    Eye Color: Unknown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown

    Identifiers
    Dentals: Available. Several fillings. Evidence suggests that she previously wore braces although none were present. Mandible not recovered.
    Fingerprints: Not available.
    DNA: Available.

    Clothing & Personal Items
    Clothing: Blue-green and white Present Company or Penney Company pullover terry cloth short-sleeved shirt with an elastic waistband (Junior size 9-12) was found near the remains.
    Jewelry: Unknown
    Additional Personal Items: A green comb.

    Circumstances of Discovery
    On New Year's Day, the victim's partial remains were found in a pasture near 1005 Ridgewood Street near FM 1135, south of Interstate 10 at the Highway 1132 overpass.

    Investigating Agency(s)
    Agency Name: Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences
    Agency Contact Person: Sharon Derrick
    Agency Phone Number: 713-796-6774 or 713-796-6858
    Agency E-Mail: meoidunit(at)ifs.hctx.net
    Agency Case Number: PA84-0009

    Agency Name: Orange County Sheriff's Department
    Agency Contact Person: N/A
    Agency Phone Number: 409-883-2612
    Agency E-Mail: N/A
    Agency Case Number: 84-0003

    Agency Name: Texas Department of Public Safety
    Agency Contact Person: N/A
    Agency Phone Number: 512-424-5074
    Agency E-Mail: N/A
    Agency Case Number: U8804002

    NCIC Case Number: U159371356
    NamUs Case Number: 4574

    Information Source(s)
    NamUs
    TXDPS
    Harris County Insitute of Forensic Sciences
    The Orange Leader News Archive
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/72uftx.html

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  2. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    How awful. Young. Appears she was cared for at some point. Filings. Had braces at one point. And considering braces are usually kept on 2-4 Yrs. But no matches. Which makes it so much more difficult. She probably wasn't from the area then. I hope they can get a DNA hit.
     

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