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10-25-2004, 09:59 PM
Unidentified Caucasian or Hispanic Male

The victim was discovered on June 18, 2001 in Jackson County, Mississippi, near the Alabama State Line.
Date of death is estimated to have been 2 days prior to discovery.
Manner of death was homicide.

Vital Statistics
Estimated age: 25 - 35 years old (described as middle-aged)
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'5" - 5'7"; 250 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: His hair was shaved close to the head and described as dark brown with a small amount of gray. His eye color is unknown. He had an old scar on the center of his forehead, a possible old gunshot wound to his left wrist and a scar on the left side of his nose.
Dentals: N/A
Clothing: XL running shorts, XL warm up pants and a T-Shirt.
Tattoos: He had several tattoos, including a tattoo of a large bird, possibly a peacock or phoenix on his right shoulder, no color with a long feather and a couple of flowers, tattoo "John" on right upper chest, an old english script E or F on inside of left forearm.
DNA: Available

Case History
The victim was found on June 18, 2001, wrapped in a carpet remnant and a blanket on the side of the road, by a passerby who was walking along the road.
In 2004, there were new developments in the case. These developments include DNA evidence found on the carpet and blanket the body was wrapped in.
Authorities are awaiting the results of DNA samples, and they hope the results will identify the victim.
An arrest has been made in the homicide. In August, 2004, Steven Leon Andrews, 26, was arrested and charged with capital murder of the unidentified man.
Investigators believe the victim was from Texas and the motive for the killing was robbery.

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Jackson County Sheriff's Department, Capt. Mick Sears, 228-769-3063

Agency Case Number: 01-3685
NCIC Number: U-540002695
The Doe Network: Case File 429UMMS

429UMMS http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/429umms.html

12-28-2005, 11:31 AM
I think it would be beneficial to have a Missing and Unidentified Hispanic Registry. I am sure there are many Hispanic people in the US and Mexico etc... who have missing relatives they cannot find. Most information is in English therefore limiting the ability for those unable to speak English to understand the info.

North Carolina would certainly benefit. We have large farming communities where no English is spoken by migrant workers.

01-24-2011, 06:54 PM
Updating with a working link:

01-24-2011, 07:22 PM
according to this website, which has dead links in it, Andrews pleaded guilty to manslaughter but really denied killing the guy.

friends and acquaintances said he bragged about killing an Hispanic man.


very strange indeed. still no name at all for the victim.