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anthrobones
07-14-2006, 06:21 PM
http://doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html

http://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA(1).jpg


Unidentified White Female Located on November 5, 1980 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
<LI>Estimated Date of death is 6 months to 2 and 1/2 years prior to discovery.



Vital Statistics






Estimated age: 16 - 19 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0 - 5'5"
Distinguishing Characteristics: Shoulder-length brown hair. Unfused metopic suture.
Dentals: Available. She had some fillings.
Clothing: There was no clothing found.

chaddylex
08-11-2009, 03:02 PM
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html

Unidentified White Female

Located on November 5, 1980 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
Estimated Date of Death: 6 months - 2.1/2 years prior to discovery.
Partial Skeletal Remains


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Vital Statistics


Estimated age: 15-19 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0-5'5"
Distinguishing Characteristics: Shoulder-length brown hair.
Skeletal Findings: Unfused metopic suture. The metopic suture in the
skull is a fibrous joint, cranial suture between adjacent developing bones of the
skull. This suture begins at nose and runs superiorly to meet sagittal suture
and fuses in early childhood before all other cranial sutures.
Clothing: There was no clothing found.
Fingerprints: Not Available.
Dentals: Available. 3rd molars are impacted.
Amalgam fillings noted on teeth #3(O), 14(O), 19(OB) and 30(OB).
DNA: Pending


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Case History


The victim was located November 5, 1980 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
Authorities were called out to skeletal remains found off Nichols Cemetery Road, which is about a quarter of a mile off La. Highway 28 West near Gardner.
A hunter found the remains, which turned out to belong to a woman and a dog. Investigators found who had shot the dog but did not know if the dog belonged to the victim or was feeding off her body.
There was not enough skeletal remains to help in identifying the body, which had been dumped out at least six months prior to their discovery. All they found at the scene was a pair of wool socks and a wad of hair.
Police have never established her cause of death.
Authorities even interviewed convicted killer Henry Lee Lucas, who claimed to have killed a number of people in the state. Authorities said Lucas was not connected to this case.
Police have never established her cause of death.

In 2007 authorities interviewed Robert Charles Browne about this case. Browne, a Colorado Springs convicted killer, has claimed to have killed as many as 49 people. Browne already has claimed to have killed a woman in Clarence, which is in Natchitoches Parish, and dumped the body of a 15-year-old girl in Winn Parish.


Do you think this could be Kimberly Rae Doss - missing from Florida?

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/d/doss_kimberly_rae.html

Age - height - hair color and time of disappearance is close...What do you all think? Should I submit?

imamaze
08-12-2009, 12:47 PM
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html (http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html)


Case originally posted by: chaddylex, was merged with another case by mistake

Unidentified White Female

Located on November 5, 1980 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
Estimated Date of Death: 6 months - 2.1/2 years prior to discovery.
Partial Skeletal Remains


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Vital Statistics


Estimated age: 15-19 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0-5'5"
Distinguishing Characteristics: Shoulder-length brown hair.
Skeletal Findings: Unfused metopic suture. The metopic suture in the
skull is a fibrous joint, cranial suture between adjacent developing bones of the
skull. This suture begins at nose and runs superiorly to meet sagittal suture
and fuses in early childhood before all other cranial sutures.
Clothing: There was no clothing found.
Fingerprints: Not Available.
Dentals: Available. 3rd molars are impacted.
Amalgam fillings noted on teeth #3(O), 14(O), 19(OB) and 30(OB).
DNA: Pending


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Case History


The victim was located November 5, 1980 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
Authorities were called out to skeletal remains found off Nichols Cemetery Road, which is about a quarter of a mile off La. Highway 28 West near Gardner.
A hunter found the remains, which turned out to belong to a woman and a dog. Investigators found who had shot the dog but did not know if the dog belonged to the victim or was feeding off her body.
There was not enough skeletal remains to help in identifying the body, which had been dumped out at least six months prior to their discovery. All they found at the scene was a pair of wool socks and a wad of hair.
Police have never established her cause of death.
Authorities even interviewed convicted killer Henry Lee Lucas, who claimed to have killed a number of people in the state. Authorities said Lucas was not connected to this case.
Police have never established her cause of death.

In 2007 authorities interviewed Robert Charles Browne about this case. Browne, a Colorado Springs convicted killer, has claimed to have killed as many as 49 people. Browne already has claimed to have killed a woman in Clarence, which is in Natchitoches Parish, and dumped the body of a 15-year-old girl in Winn Parish.


Do you think this could be Kimberly Rae Doss - missing from Florida?

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...berly_rae.html (http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/d/doss_kimberly_rae.html)

Age - height - hair color and time of disappearance is close...What do you all think? Should I submit?
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eeyorelrn
08-25-2009, 05:28 AM
They look very similar to me. Have you submitted this possible match yet?

chaddylex
08-25-2009, 08:00 AM
I was waiting to hear from other sleuthers to see their thoughts....I will submit if everyone thinks I should...

Snufamonbobball
08-26-2009, 12:33 AM
IMHO, I think this could be a match. Good Work!!

Cubby
08-25-2010, 09:13 AM
bump ..

CarlK90245
09-08-2010, 12:49 PM
Carla Rebecca Corley is not on the NamUs rule-out list for Rapides Parish Jane Doe. I'm a little surprised, as her name has come up quite often as a possible for other cases.

Carla Rebecca Corley
http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/corley_carla.html

http://www.charleyproject.org/images/c/corley_carla.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA(1).jpg

NamUs UP Case 1879 https://identifyus.org/cases/1879
DoeNet Case 65UFLA http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html


The vital stats all tie-in well. The timeline is a little tight, but not too tight. The geography (Birmingham AL to Rapides Parish LA) is not unreasonable considering the circumstances.

One thing that I find interesting is that Carla was epileptic. I am wondering if the condition that caused Jane Doe's metopic suture not to fuse in early childhood would be connected to epilepsy. I would think that if the skull is not developing normally, it could cause brain injuries, and consequently, epilepsy.

chaddylex
09-08-2010, 01:06 PM
Carla Rebecca Corley is not on the NamUs rule-out list for Rapides Parish Jane Doe. I'm a little surprised, as her name has come up quite often as a possible for other cases.

Carla Rebecca Corley
http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/corley_carla.html

http://www.charleyproject.org/images/c/corley_carla.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA(1).jpg

NamUs UP Case 1879 https://identifyus.org/cases/1879
DoeNet Case 65UFLA http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html


The vital stats all tie-in well. The timeline is a little tight, but not too tight. The geography (Birmingham AL to Rapides Parish LA) is not unreasonable considering the circumstances.

One thing that I find interesting is that Carla was epileptic. I am wondering if the condition that caused Jane Doe's metopic suture not to fuse in early childhood would be connected to epilepsy. I would think that if the skull is not developing normally, it could cause brain injuries, and consequently, epilepsy.

Carl,

Are you going to turn this one in? If you do, will you ask about Kim Doss to if you don't mind? She's not listed on the rule out list in Namus either. I forgot I even listed this one to begin with.

Thanks for all you do and for the one who knows how to talk to LE about possible matches!!

CarlK90245
09-08-2010, 01:16 PM
Carl,

Are you going to turn this one in? If you do, will you ask about Kim Doss to if you don't mind? She's not listed on the rule out list in Namus either. I forgot I even listed this one to begin with.

Thanks for all you do and for the one who knows how to talk to LE about possible matches!!

I've been focusing on Louisiana cases in recent days. I had a few on my tentative possibles list, and was hoping to discuss them all at once over the phone with Helen Bouzon, rather than submit them piecemeal. I had left her a telephone message, but she responded by e-mail to the Anjanette Piotrowski / 163UFLA submission.

It appears that she prefers to deal with these submissions by e-mail, so I will do it that way. When I get through all of my Louisiana possibles, I will probably compile them into an e-mail and submit them at once.

justthinkin
09-08-2010, 08:27 PM
Anyone look closely at the UID's profile. She looks like she might be of mixed race, white, Afro-American.

CarlK90245
10-26-2010, 05:49 PM
Carla Rebecca Corley is not on the NamUs rule-out list for Rapides Parish Jane Doe. I'm a little surprised, as her name has come up quite often as a possible for other cases.

Carla Rebecca Corley
http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/corley_carla.html

http://www.charleyproject.org/images/c/corley_carla.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA(1).jpg

NamUs UP Case 1879 https://identifyus.org/cases/1879
DoeNet Case 65UFLA http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html


The vital stats all tie-in well. The timeline is a little tight, but not too tight. The geography (Birmingham AL to Rapides Parish LA) is not unreasonable considering the circumstances.

One thing that I find interesting is that Carla was epileptic. I am wondering if the condition that caused Jane Doe's metopic suture not to fuse in early childhood would be connected to epilepsy. I would think that if the skull is not developing normally, it could cause brain injuries, and consequently, epilepsy.

Carl,

Are you going to turn this one in? If you do, will you ask about Kim Doss to if you don't mind? She's not listed on the rule out list in Namus either. I forgot I even listed this one to begin with.

Thanks for all you do and for the one who knows how to talk to LE about possible matches!!

I just submitted Carla Corley and Kim Doss to Helen Bouzon of LSU, and received the following reply:

For Carla there are currently no dental records available and DNA has not been collected yet so we cannot complete a comparison. We can’t list her as a rule-out until one of those has been collected. I will have to call to see about dental records for Kimberly but according to the Doe Network, her DNA is already in CODIS as is the DNA from our case.

CarlK90245
11-17-2010, 12:46 PM
Helen Bouzon double-checked the status of Kimberly Rae Doss of Jacksonville FL (not to be confused with Kimberly Sue Doss of Davenport IA)

I spoke to Jacksonville SO and NCMEC about Kimberly Rae Doss. DNA from her mother is in CODIS. No one has been able to locate any dental records and no information is listed on her dentals in NCIC. NCMEC tried to contact her mother but the number they have is no longer in service. The DNA on our case is also in CODIS.

So we can safely presume that Kimberly R. Doss is a CODIS rule-out by default (unless the very unlikely event of a CODIS false-negative).

chaddylex
11-17-2010, 01:07 PM
Helen Bouzon double-checked the status of Kimberly Rae Doss of Jacksonville FL (not to be confused with Kimberly Sue Doss of Davenport IA)



So we can safely presume that Kimberly R. Doss is a CODIS rule-out by default (unless the very unlikely event of a CODIS false-negative).

I forgot about me starting this thread... I just wish one of us could give these UID a name and their identity back...

lieber32
11-17-2010, 07:27 PM
As a dog owner I'm just going to throw this opinion (not based on any scientific fact or academic finding) but thought that knowing my dogs sense of smell is much better then mine (I've owned my yorkie eight years in March) that it odd that the dog was shot near this womens bones. Wondering how thourough the background check on who shot the dog was. As someone who does background checks and work for a police dept. I know sometimes it is greatly lacking. My dog has put lots of things in her mouth including a dead rat she brought to me (lucky me) but I still can't imagine her eating a dead person. Maybe knowing more about this dog breed and history can shed light on this case.

Irish_Eyes
02-03-2012, 08:57 AM
Carla Rebecca Corley is not on the NamUs rule-out list for Rapides Parish Jane Doe. I'm a little surprised, as her name has come up quite often as a possible for other cases.

Carla Rebecca Corley
http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/corley_carla.html

http://www.charleyproject.org/images/c/corley_carla.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA.jpghttp://doenetwork.org/cases/images/65UFLA(1).jpg

NamUs UP Case 1879 https://identifyus.org/cases/1879
DoeNet Case 65UFLA http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/65ufla.html


The vital stats all tie-in well. The timeline is a little tight, but not too tight. The geography (Birmingham AL to Rapides Parish LA) is not unreasonable considering the circumstances.

One thing that I find interesting is that Carla was epileptic. I am wondering if the condition that caused Jane Doe's metopic suture not to fuse in early childhood would be connected to epilepsy. I would think that if the skull is not developing normally, it could cause brain injuries, and consequently, epilepsy.

Interesting. I did some research on the open metopic suture in adulthood. This is basically the opposite condition from what my daughter has where the skull sutures close early. What I've been able to find is that this occurs naturally in up to 10% of the population, according to some accounts (though that seems crazy high to me), while other accounts said it's about that common in people of European descent, but less so in other groups. It was rarer with Australians (odd since many are of European descent), and rarer still in Eskimo populations. Apparently it is usually accompanied by absent or underdeveloped sinuses.

Nothing I read indicated that open metopic sutures and epilepsy were comorbid. There is a more elevated risk of epilepsy with the opposite condition, metopic synostosis. However, there does seem to be a correlation between epilepsy and the sinuses. So in that respect, it would make sense.

Deeds
02-03-2012, 11:29 AM
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2966dfde.html

Tina Faye Kemp
Missing since February 3, 1979 from Felton, Kent County, Delaware
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Date Of Birth: October 20, 1964
Age at Time of Disappearance: 14 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'0-5'1"; 95-100 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Collar length dark brown hair; blue eyes. Fair complexion with some freckles. Medium build.
Marks, Scars: 1/2" mole on right triceps.
Clothing: White sweater, red and white flannel shirt, new blue jeans and boys Red and white sneakers.
Jewelry: Gold band with white rhinestones. Leather strap with "ERIC" on left arm.

Circumstances of Disappearance
Tina Kemp lived with her family 1/2 mile south of Felton, DE, a rural, agricultural area of Delaware.

On Saturday February 3, 1979, Tina reportedly walked away from her residence after helping her family hang laundry outside. She has never been seen since.

Tina had run away on two previous occasions. Tina had a local boyfriend who she was close to; no one in the family or the boyfriend ever heard from, had any communication or ever seen Tina again. Foul play is strongly suspected.

Tina’s disappearance was the day before a heavy snowstorm.
She was known to frequent horse-racing tracks in Delaware and surrounding states.

CarlK90245
02-03-2012, 11:34 AM
I have seen recent speculation that perhaps there is a link of Tina's disappearance to HL Lucas. Lucas was a drifter also had a connection to murders in Louisiana, so this isn't entirely out of the realm of possibility.

joeytes
12-30-2012, 11:17 AM
This could be Deborah A. McCall. There is very little information on Deborah. Most circumstances match except for the 900 mile distance.

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/8253/5/

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/m/mccall_deborah.html

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2975dfil.html

joeytes
01-18-2013, 09:42 AM
This could be Deborah A. McCall. There is very little information on Deborah. Most circumstances match except for the 900 mile distance.

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/8253/5/

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/m/mccall_deborah.html

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2975dfil.html

Just updated today on NAMUS.

Deborah A. McCall is ruled out. She is on the exclusion list.

astridxx
01-18-2013, 11:03 AM
As a dog owner I'm just going to throw this opinion (not based on any scientific fact or academic finding) but thought that knowing my dogs sense of smell is much better then mine (I've owned my yorkie eight years in March) that it odd that the dog was shot near this womens bones. Wondering how thourough the background check on who shot the dog was. As someone who does background checks and work for a police dept. I know sometimes it is greatly lacking. My dog has put lots of things in her mouth including a dead rat she brought to me (lucky me) but I still can't imagine her eating a dead person. Maybe knowing more about this dog breed and history can shed light on this case.

Yeah I found that super weird that they found the person who shot the dog but it wasn't stated why the dog was shot... and if the person who shot the dog was found, did they not ask why that person didn't report a dead body??

chaddylex
01-18-2013, 11:06 AM
This girl Teresa Byers isn't on the rule out list

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/byers_teresa.html

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/8813/17/

What I liked about her compared to the UID is the chins...

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Teresa went missing from TX in Sept-Nov 1979 UID was found in Nov 1980
Her height is close to the UID -UID listed as being 5'0 -5'5, Teresa is listed as being 5'4
Teresa was 18 when she went missing - UID was said to be between the ages of 15-19

What do you all think?

joeytes
01-18-2013, 11:35 AM
This girl Teresa Byers isn't on the rule out list

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/byers_teresa.html

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/8813/17/

What I liked about her compared to the UID is the chins...

2923929240

Teresa went missing from TX in Sept-Nov 1979 UID was found in Nov 1980
Her height is close to the UID -UID listed as being 5'0 -5'5, Teresa is listed as being 5'4
Teresa was 18 when she went missing - UID was said to be between the ages of 15-19

What do you all think?

Chaddylex I was thinking the same thing. You must be reading my mind. I was about to post about Teresa Byers but you beat me to it.

Yes, she has many similarities, but there is very limited info on Teresa Byers. She came up as a NAMUS comparison but at the time I believed Deborah McCall had a few more similarities. The pictures of Deborah were clearer than the single picture on NAMUS of Teresa, which is blurry

What I noticed about the UID is that no limbs were found on the decedent. This could be to hide the cross shaped scar on her hand, or if Teresa had a police record it would hide fingerprints to make matching difficult if not impossible (for 1979). It is about a 200 mile distance between the UID and where Teresa Byers was last reported. Teresa Byers is worth submitting as a possible match as DNA is available

The other possibility I had in the NAMUS comparison aside from Teresa and Deborah was Jennifer Wyant. The age is off and the distance is further, but the picture is clear. She disappeared about 5 months before the body was discovered. I was wondering if anyone else had thoughts.

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/w/wyant_jennifer.html

TN TN - Jennifer Wyant, 21, Nashville, 28 June 1980 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community


https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/11/0/


I was also going to submit that as DNA is available for both Jennifer and the UID.

chaddylex
01-18-2013, 11:49 AM
Chaddylex I was thinking the same thing. You must be reading my mind. I was about to post about Teresa Byers but you beat me to it.

Yes, she has many similarities, but there is very limited info on Teresa Byers. She came up as a NAMUS comparison but at the time I believed Deborah McCall had a few more similarities. The pictures of Deborah were clearer than the single picture on NAMUS of Teresa, which is blurry

What I noticed about the UID is that no limbs were found on the decedent. This could be to hide the cross shaped scar on her hand, or if Theresa had a police record it would hide fingerprints to make matching difficult if not impossible (for 1979). It is about a 200 mile distance between the UID and where Teresa Byers was last reported. Teresa Byers is worth submitting as a possible match as DNA is available

The other possibility I had in the NAMUS comparison aside from Teresa and Deborah was Jennifer Wyant. The age is off and the distance is further, but the picture is clear. She disappeared about 5 months before the body was discovered. I was wondering if anyone else had thoughts.

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/w/wyant_jennifer.html

TN TN - Jennifer Wyant, 21, Nashville, 28 June 1980 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community (http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35521)


https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/11/0/


I was also going to submit that as DNA is available for both Jennifer and the UID.

I think Jennifer Wyant is a possible also.. Teresa has DNA available, I am just wondering where both of them have their DNA, if it is in CODIS or not?
I just emailed Michael Nance at NamUs for the comparison between Teresa & the UID. I have dealt with him previously with other UID's and he is very receptive. (He is also listed as the Regional Administrator for the UID)

joeytes
01-18-2013, 12:41 PM
I think Jennifer Wyant is a possible also.. Teresa has DNA available, I am just wondering where both of them have their DNA, if it is in CODIS or not?
I just emailed Michael Nance at NamUs for the comparison between Teresa & the UID. I have dealt with him previously with other UID's and he is very receptive. (He is also listed as the Regional Administrator for the UID)

I submitted Jennifer Wyant as a possible match for this UID to Michael Nance, the Regional Administrator for this UID.

I agree Michael Nance is very receptive. I sent an email about Dixie May Forester and a UID in Oklahoma to him just last week. He replied back that both sets of DNA were in CODIS. It was ruled out within 3 days.

joeytes
01-18-2013, 12:48 PM
I submitted Jennifer Wyant as a possible match for this UID to Michael Nance, the Regional Administrator for this UID.

I agree Michael Nance is very receptive. I sent an email about Dixie May Forester and a UID in Oklahoma to him just last week. He replied back that both sets of DNA were in CODIS. It was ruled out within 3 days.


I just received a reply from Michael Nance:


Joeytes:

DNA from both individuals are in national CODIS. CODIS has not linked these two cases based upon DNA.

Thank you,

Mike

Less than 5 minutes response time. How's that for receptive!

chaddylex
01-18-2013, 01:29 PM
I think Jennifer Wyant is a possible also.. Teresa has DNA available, I am just wondering where both of them have their DNA, if it is in CODIS or not?
I just emailed Michael Nance at NamUs for the comparison between Teresa & the UID. I have dealt with him previously with other UID's and he is very receptive. (He is also listed as the Regional Administrator for the UID)

I just came back from lunch and Michael emailed me too... He said the same thing about Teresa & the UID both having DNA in CODIS..

At least we tried!!

joeytes
01-18-2013, 08:50 PM
I just received a reply from Michael Nance:


Joeytes:

DNA from both individuals are in national CODIS. CODIS has not linked these two cases based upon DNA.

Thank you,

Mike

Less than 5 minutes response time. How's that for receptive!

I replied back to Michael Nance:

Thanks Michael for your prompt response.

Should Jennifer Wyant then be listed as an exclusion on the UID web page?

Thanks,

Joeytes

I just checked the UID page in NAMUS.

Jennifer Wyant is now an exclusion in NAMUS. She has been ruled out as a possible match.

https://identifyus.org/en/cases/1879

That was fast!

Teresa Byers is not on the exclusion page BTW

chaddylex
01-23-2013, 12:45 PM
I replied back to Michael Nance:

Thanks Michael for your prompt response.

Should Jennifer Wyant then be listed as an exclusion on the UID web page?

Thanks,

Joeytes

I just checked the UID page in NAMUS.

Jennifer Wyant is now an exclusion in NAMUS. She has been ruled out as a possible match.

https://identifyus.org/en/cases/1879

That was fast!

Teresa Byers is not on the exclusion page BTW

I just saw your your reply. I am going to email him now to see if Teresa will be added to the list.

CarlK90245
02-05-2014, 10:22 PM
Mary Leah Rodermund looks like a reasonable possible for this Jane Doe.

http://i1354.photobucket.com/albums/q697/Carlkopp90245/Missing%20Persons%20Photos/ea3d7631-61c2-4ee6-b24e-96960bbeedeb.jpghttp://i1354.photobucket.com/albums/q697/Carlkopp90245/Facial%20Reconstructions%20002/c1247c98-4f60-4532-8f1f-ff9c9998fb54.jpg

http://identifyla.lsu.edu/profile.php?id=683

Unfortunately, there aren't any identifiers on her.

Redwood146
02-06-2014, 03:38 AM
What I do not understand: if the dog bones were found close to body and they identified the person who shot the dog then surely they have some link to the body? Eg the dog was either shot at the same time as the deceased meet her fate or if later on, and the dog was shot and it died shortly afterwards alongside the body well you would notice the body then as well.

jafsell
04-02-2014, 12:18 PM
I live in Rapides Parish. Is there anything that I can do to help?