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    NE - Tilden, WhtMale UP14839, 24, skull & spinal defects, Feb'16 - Jacob Henningsen

    NamUs UP Case 14839

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/14839



    Unidentified White Male
    * Found May 11, 2016 in Madison County, NE
    * Estimated Year of Death: 2015 (6 Months)


    Vital Statistics
    * Estimated age: Adult (20-24)
    * Approximate Height: 67
    * Approximate Weight: cannot estimate
    * Distinguishing Characteristics: hair straight brown
    .
    The individual had congenital complications that resulted
    in craniostosis, kyphosis and ankylosing spondilitis. The latter condition affected his lower spine.

    Clothing/Jewelry:
    black/gray No Boundaries camouflage cargo shorts size 32, brown Fruit of the Loom boxer-briefs, dark web belt with d-ring buckle, black low cut socks, unknown type of shirt;white tennis shoes near body; twenty dollar bill and a five dollar bill in shorts pocket.

    * Dental:
    Dental information / charting is available and entered
    * DNA:
    Sample available - tests not complete

    Case History: Found in a field.

    http://www.ktiv.com/story/31282564/2...t-of-tilden-ne

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    Craniosynostosis (the proper name) is a result of premature fusion of the sutures of the skull in infancy or early toddlerhood. The autopsy should detect whether or not this person's had a childhood surgical repair - if not, the skull would likely be noticeably deformed/ misshapen. The kyphosis and ankylosing spondylitis are both orthopedic conditions which would likely be noticeable as well- in posture and in gait respectively.
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    NE - Jacob Henningsen, 24, Norfolk, 6 July 2015

    Lincoln Journal Star:

    Body identified, but questions remain

    Madison County investigators now know whose body was found in February -- but they don’t know how 24-year-old Jacob John Henningsen died, or what led him to a stand of trees in the countryside near Tilden.

    And they might not ever know.

    “There’s really no way to determine what happened to him unless some new information comes up,” said Investigator Jon Downey. “But quite honestly, we don’t anticipate any new information.”

    Henningsen was originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but had traveled to Norfolk with friends the weekend of July 4, 2015. He was last seen alive two days later.

    His sister said he had been addicted to meth, was clean for five years but had relapsed and was facing prison time.
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    more, with pictre, at link

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    http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/...den-confirmed/

    It seems he was identified as Jacob John Henningson of Sioux Falls, SD back in August.

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