12-20-2012, 01:56 PM #1
TX - Rena Mae Rincones-Longoria, 20, Falfurrias, March 1995
A new NamUs casefile was opened recently for a 20 year old woman from Falfurrias TX named Rena Mae Longoria
I did some research and found that her maiden name was Rincones. I located her freshman photo in the 1991 Falfurrias High School yearbook.
Here's the content of her NamUs casefile:
NamUs MP # 17879
Name: Rena Mae Longoria
Date last seen: March 13, 1995 (According to NamUs) The circumstances state that her father reported her missing on Mar 21, 1994, but I suspect that they meant to say the report date was Mar 21, 1995.
Age last seen 19
Height (inches) 64.0
Weight (pounds) 115.0
Location LKA Falfurrias (Brooks County), Texas 78355
Circumstances: The reporting party, Jose Rincones, (now deceased) reported Rena missing on 06-21-1994. Rena has not been seen since.
Hair color Black
Eye color Brown
Tattoos Tattoo on her right ankle has the name of "John" and also has tattoo of "100%" on left ankle. No other tattoos, scars, or noticeable markings.
Last edited by CarlK90245; 01-25-2013 at 02:59 PM.
12-20-2012, 01:58 PM #2
Her husband's name is John Longoria, and according to the discussion thread (linked below), he might be missing as well.
Here are two Topix discussion threads set up for Rena and her husband.
For what it's worth, one poster claims to have witnessed their murder. This poster claims to have been present when a man (someone's step-father) got into an argument with John Longoria and shot John, and then shot Rena when she stepped forward to come to John's aid. The poster claims that they were both placed in barrels and buried under a slab of concrete.
12-20-2012, 02:04 PM #3
I take everything on Topix with a grain of salt. I have to wonder about the poster who claims to have witnessed the murder. Why would someone post about that rather than go to the police? It couldn't be they're worried about their safety or they wouldn't be stating they witnessed a murder on an internet site.~JMO~
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12-20-2012, 02:48 PM #4
02-01-2014, 04:54 PM #5
Bumping for Rena. Despite the "rumors" on Topix, there are recent posts from many that loved her and want answers....
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