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    TX - Milam Co., Male Skeletal UP8429, 17-30, Jan'11- Miguel Regalado Jaramillo

    Human skeletal remains found in Milam County

    MILAM COUNTY -- Authorities in Milam County are combing the woods off Highway 77 trying to piece together human remains found Thursday morning.

    At about 10 a.m. TX-DOT road crews reported finding skeletal remains near abandoned railroad tracks.

    The tracks are just beyond the trees off Highway 77, five miles north of Cameron.

    The Milam County Sheriff's Office, along with several state troopers, have had the area near Loop 139 roped off as a crime scene.

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    http://www.kxxv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13840525
    Last edited by summer_breeze; 10-07-2012 at 01:12 PM. Reason: add year to title

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    TX - Milam County - Skeletal Remains, Jan 2011

    http://www.theeagle.com/police/Human...es-to-identity

    A trash-collection crew contracted out by the Texas Department of Transportation called police around 9:50 a.m. after discovering the skull just north of County Road 139, off of U.S. 77, Milam County Chief Deputy Chris White said. The skull was found in a wooded area between the road and a farmer's field, about five miles north of Cameron

    ...

    the body was likely there at least six months before it was found. Police believe the body is not that of a child, but they don't know the person's gender or have any clues about the identity
    I can find only one person missing from Cameron TX:

    Bessie Ann Kutnak (1992)


    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...ak_bessie.html

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    Here is a link with a bit more detail. Says 6 months - 1 year time frame, but the ball cap is interesting.

    http://www.marlindemocrat.com/rosebu...cc4c03286.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisser View Post
    Here is a link with a bit more detail. Says 6 months - 1 year time frame, but the ball cap is interesting.

    http://www.marlindemocrat.com/rosebu...cc4c03286.html
    Snipped from your article:

    Also found at the crime scene was a pair of blue jeans, pair of shoes and ball cap.

    I wonder if they could distinguish whether they were men's or women's shoes and jeans.

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    they wasted no time setting up a Namus profile for this UID. unfortunately it does not say much besides age, 17-30, white and approximately 5'0" tall, dead maybe 1 yr.

    if I must say so, 5'0" is very short for Caucasian adult males, yet there is no indication the UID was Hispanic.

    https://identifyus.org/cases/8429

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    Quote Originally Posted by webrocket View Post
    they wasted no time setting up a Namus profile for this UID. unfortunately it does not say much besides age, 17-30, white and approximately 5'0" tall, dead maybe 1 yr.

    if I must say so, 5'0" is very short for Caucasian adult males, yet there is no indication the UID was Hispanic.

    https://identifyus.org/cases/8429

    Indeed, this would be a very small man (or even 17 y/o) I work in a high school, and the only boys that small are ones with handicaps- ie: Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc. Even our tiniest freshmen boys are still in the 5'3" or more range.

    I would say either: a) age of UID is younger than listed, b) race not "Caucasian" (perhaps Hispanic or Asian) or c) person with handicap/medical condition that limits growth.

    Or, of course, perhaps the height is taller than first approximation...
    A run-away may leave on purpose, but that doesn't mean that they are able to get back home.... Never stop searching.

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    https://identifyus.org/cases/8429

    It's a white male, about 17-30 years old, 60 inches, died 2009 to 2010, who had healing fractures on the right scapula.

    Blue jeans, a belt, a pair of socks, a tank top, and a pair of canvas deck shoes were found in the vicinity, but none were actually on the body.

    Dentals are available, his teeth are mostly natural, some are missing.

    Crowding/partially rotated lower central incisor, and upper left lateral incisor/canine area (10-11) are also crowded/turned slightly. He had tooth #17 (lower left wisdom tooth) extracted at some time in his life.

    DNA is available.

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    Identified.

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    Miguel Regalado Jaramillo

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    Milam County Skeletal Remains Positively Identified

    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/M...201153921.html
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    Glad he's finally going home.
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)

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    Interestingly he the was not Caucasian....

    I am Miguel has his name back.

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    unfortunately "Hispanic" is more ethnicity than a racial categorization. I've seen it many, many times. you'd be surprised how frequently Hispanics themselves identify as white regardless of how dark they are as if they do not consider themselves to be black, then the other option is to say white.

    I am glad they identified this man and did what was necessary to facilitate the family claiming the remains.



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