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    NM - Isleta Pueblo, UID female found, Feb'04 - Sonia Lente

    I couldn't find a thread for this one, so I started one.

    I think these two could be a possible match. what do you guys think?

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/632ufnm.html

    Case File 632UFNM

    Unidentified Native/Hispanic Female

    The victim was discovered on February 25, 2004 in Isleta, New Mexico
    Estimated Date of Death: 2003
    Skeletal Remains
    Vital Statistics:
    Estimated age: 40-50 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3-5'7"; 155 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Native American/Hispanic, or Native/Black mix. Healed left femur fracture; healed rib fractures, left side.
    Dentals: Available. Advanced periodontal disease and prior dental work. The left temporomandibular joint is extensively remodeled.
    DNA: Available

    WITH:

    Beverly Ann Ozuna-Ulrich

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...h_beverly.html
    Some people do crossword puzzles or Soduko in their spare time...I look at skeletal reconstructions and work on UID puzzles. I swear I'm not this morbid in person!

    Help Fred Murray find his daughter and bring her home. He should not be walking those woods alone!
    What Happened to Maura Murray? http://www.mauramurraymissing.com

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    Looks very good to me.

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    If we were going by the sketches it looks very good! Wonder how easily any of the other info can be confirmed? Good find!!!

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    The sketches do look like her picture, I would submit it.
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    I don't know how this works - do I call the detective on the UID case, or the detective on the missing persons case?
    Some people do crossword puzzles or Soduko in their spare time...I look at skeletal reconstructions and work on UID puzzles. I swear I'm not this morbid in person!

    Help Fred Murray find his daughter and bring her home. He should not be walking those woods alone!
    What Happened to Maura Murray? http://www.mauramurraymissing.com

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    Probably the detective on the missing person case to verify if she had any of the injuries indicated by the skeletal remains of the uid?

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    In case you need a side by side.

    There is a resemblance between the sketch & photo, both in looks and demeanor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by future criminologist View Post
    I don't know how this works - do I call the detective on the UID case, or the detective on the missing persons case?
    Quote Originally Posted by future criminologist View Post
    I couldn't find a thread for this one, so I started one.

    I think these two could be a possible match. what do you guys think?

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/632ufnm.html

    Case File 632UFNM

    Unidentified Native/Hispanic Female

    The victim was discovered on February 25, 2004 in Isleta, New Mexico
    Estimated Date of Death: 2003
    Skeletal Remains
    Vital Statistics:
    Estimated age: 40-50 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3-5'7"; 155 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Native American/Hispanic, or Native/Black mix. Healed left femur fracture; healed rib fractures, left side.
    Dentals: Available. Advanced periodontal disease and prior dental work. The left temporomandibular joint is extensively remodeled.
    DNA: Available

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    Beverly Ann Ozuna-Ulrich

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...h_beverly.html
    Dentals are the fastest way to a match-I would check with Ms. Ulrich's detectives to see if DNA, fingerprints or dental are available on her, as well as exactly what amethyst suggested-does Ms. Ulrich have the healed injuries the doe has??

    Good Luck and keep us posted!!!!
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    Great find! May another persons family find some closure.

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    and this one was a total accidental find. its funny - I could spend hours searching missing persons for a UID and never find anything that really clicks, but I happened upon the UID description by accident and realized it looked like a profile I had just looked at. funny how that happens.
    Some people do crossword puzzles or Soduko in their spare time...I look at skeletal reconstructions and work on UID puzzles. I swear I'm not this morbid in person!

    Help Fred Murray find his daughter and bring her home. He should not be walking those woods alone!
    What Happened to Maura Murray? http://www.mauramurraymissing.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by future criminologist View Post
    I couldn't find a thread for this one, so I started one.

    I think these two could be a possible match. what do you guys think?

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/632ufnm.html

    Case File 632UFNM

    Unidentified Native/Hispanic Female

    The victim was discovered on February 25, 2004 in Isleta, New Mexico
    Estimated Date of Death: 2003
    Skeletal Remains
    Vital Statistics:
    Estimated age: 40-50 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3-5'7"; 155 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Native American/Hispanic, or Native/Black mix. Healed left femur fracture; healed rib fractures, left side.
    Dentals: Available. Advanced periodontal disease and prior dental work. The left temporomandibular joint is extensively remodeled.
    DNA: Available

    WITH:

    Beverly Ann Ozuna-Ulrich

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...h_beverly.html
    FutureC...good find!
    With ALL the fractures on this poor lady, including a extensively remodeled jaw,

    I suspect she was living with an abuser or had been living with one in her past....
    IMO, the murderer is someone that knew he would be suspected if the body was ever found... so he buries her body..the murderer was no stranger to this lady...

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    FYI - I have not called this one in yet - I am going to get in touch with the detective this weekend. I have been crazy busy with work and studying for the LSATs, so I haven't had any time after work to call yet.
    Some people do crossword puzzles or Soduko in their spare time...I look at skeletal reconstructions and work on UID puzzles. I swear I'm not this morbid in person!

    Help Fred Murray find his daughter and bring her home. He should not be walking those woods alone!
    What Happened to Maura Murray? http://www.mauramurraymissing.com

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    How's this one going,future criminologist?
    Hope you aced your test.

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    hi. to be honest, I'm kind of nervous...I've never "called in" anything before...I'm trying to get up the nerve to call right now, but I'm afraid they might be suspicious if some random person calls and has an idea of who it is.

    so...is anyone else good at this who might want to call it in? I'm totally chickening out here...plus I just got home from work like an hour ago and I'm totally exhausted...
    Some people do crossword puzzles or Soduko in their spare time...I look at skeletal reconstructions and work on UID puzzles. I swear I'm not this morbid in person!

    Help Fred Murray find his daughter and bring her home. He should not be walking those woods alone!
    What Happened to Maura Murray? http://www.mauramurraymissing.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by future criminologist View Post
    hi. to be honest, I'm kind of nervous...I've never "called in" anything before...I'm trying to get up the nerve to call right now, but I'm afraid they might be suspicious if some random person calls and has an idea of who it is.

    so...is anyone else good at this who might want to call it in? I'm totally chickening out here...plus I just got home from work like an hour ago and I'm totally exhausted...
    Can relate to your feelings. Push come to shove, I'll call Ms. Ulrich's detective come morning. Both amethyst & believe09 posted that is a good place to start.

    Though if anyone else would like to handle this case, please post as such.

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