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    NJ - Browns Mills, Wht/HispFem UP10371, in woods, Jun'12 - Molly Lynch

    ... human remains were found in Pemberton Township Sunday morning .. by two people riding motorcycles along a trail near Quail Run Road.

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    The body was in advanced state of decomposition. The gender and identification of the body have not been determined at this time.

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    http://www.myfoxphilly.com/story/188...d-in-pemberton

    Stacy Lynn Grater (2006) is the only MP on my list from Pemberton Township.

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...er_stacey.html
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    I wonder what they mean by "advanced state of decomposition". to me it means that the remains were not skeletal so my hunch would be one year or less. then again, I'm just a follower of forums like this so maybe I'm totally wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webrocket View Post
    I wonder what they mean by "advanced state of decomposition". to me it means that the remains were not skeletal so my hunch would be one year or less. then again, I'm just a follower of forums like this so maybe I'm totally wrong.

    Advanced Decay

    Decomposition is largely inhibited during advanced decay due to the loss of readily available cadaveric material.[8] Insect activity is also reduced during this stage.[6] When the carcass is located on soil, the area surrounding it will show evidence of vegetation death.[8] The CDI surrounding the carcass will display an increase in soil carbon and nutrients, such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and magnesium;[5] changes in pH; and a significant increase in soil nitrogen.[10]

    Decomposition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Burlington County Prosecutorís Office

    http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/Uploa...mages/1229.pdf

    Burlington County Prosecutorís Office
    NEWS RELEASE
    Robert D. Bernardi
    Prosecutor Raymond E. Milavsky
    First Asst. Prosecutor
    John M. Angermeier
    Chief of Investigations
    June 18, 2012

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Joel Bewley
    Public Information Officer
    609-265-5777 c: 609-820-4407
    jbewley@co.burlington.nj.us


    HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP

    MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. Ė Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Pemberton Township Police Chief David H. Jantas announced today that a human body was found yesterday morning in a wooded area off of Quail Run Road in Pemberton Township.

    The remains were discovered at approximately 9:45 a.m. by two people riding motorcycles along a trail. The body was in an advanced state of decomposition. The gender and identity of the body have not yet been determined. Burlington County Medical Examiner Dr. Ian Hood will perform an autopsy today.

    The investigation is being conducted by detectives from the Pemberton Township Police Department and the Burlington County Prosecutorís Office Major Crimes Unit and Crime Scene Unit.

    No further information will be released today.

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    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/10371

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    what does anyone make of her teeth? had some crowns but much decay and some teeth were down to roots.

    sounds to me like she had access to dentistry at one time and then let them go to seed. sounds like a meth thing.

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    Yeah, I agree it sounds like a meth thing, but then that's the easy explanation. She could have just become homeless, or been a victim of domestic violence.
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    all we know is that she was white, 21-30 y.o., about 5'6" with bad teeth.

    no hair color, no weight estimate and no real estimated date of death. having said that, they were able to get a thumb print so the body was not totally decomposed. found in mid-June in NJ what do people think, no more than one month?

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    I'd put this woman, Heather Ballard at the top of my list, altough she is on the short side compared to the UID. was 27 y.o. somewhere around 5'2" to 5'4" and around 100 lbs missing from upstate NY in April 2012:

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/17566/0/

    here are a few articles about Heather:

    http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.s...ns_birthd.html

    http://www.cnycentral.com/news/story.aspx?id=764742

    http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.s...ed_missin.html

    ETA - from the looks of it, some police dept somewhere should have Heather's fingerprints.


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    Quote Originally Posted by webrocket View Post
    all we know is that she was white, 21-30 y.o., about 5'6" with bad teeth.

    no hair color, no weight estimate and no real estimated date of death. having said that, they were able to get a thumb print so the body was not totally decomposed. found in mid-June in NJ what do people think, no more than one month?
    Could it be possible the body is older than a month or so or is that highly unlikely given the thumb print? Also, I'm pretty sure Stacey Lynn Grater was ruled out. There is only one rule listed on Namus and that is Jasmarie Rodriguez.

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/10371

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    They have technology now that will let them retrieve fingerprints from mummified skin, so I'd say if there's only a thumbprint, that might be how they obtained it. Bits of mummified skin can linger for years. So I wouldn't eliminate anybody who seems likely just based on the time frame, especially since they don't seem to be giving an estimate.
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    Bumping

    Anyone have any updates on this case...probably too early on yet to have DNA submitted. Also, Im sure Hurricane Sandy was a setback and the holidays...

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    Jasmarie Rodriguez is still the only rule-out.
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    Yeah I saw that. I emailed Pam Reed to see if they were compared since she is listed the Regional Administrator for both the UID and Caitlin. I haven't heard back yet, and I might not for awhile since it's during the holidays.

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