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  1. #31
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    The UID is still on Namus:
    https://identifyus.org/cases/5327

    No ruleouts listed.

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    there is one rule out now:

    Douglas Meer 1957 Colorado

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    There are now three people that have been ruled out....
    Douglas Meer, 1957, Colorado
    Alexander Shaw, 1959, North Carolina
    Shelda Yenter, 1965, Colorado

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    I also took a look at Bryan Ambrose but the he had a gap in his front teeth that isn't evident on the UID dental xrays. But I'm no dentist.

    Another one I would be curious to look at would be James Schroeder missing from Idaho a few weeks prior.

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    The decedent has been identified as Stewart Eric Simmons of Georgia (LKA in San Diego)


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

    http://www.pagosasun.com/victim-of-1...de-identified/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlK90245 View Post
    The decedent has been identified as Stewart Eric Simmons of Georgia (LKA in San Diego)


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

    http://www.pagosasun.com/victim-of-1...de-identified/

    The Rio Arriba Jane Doe mentioned in the article fits perfectly to Margaret Ann Walden.




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

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    So not sure if Margo has been identified or if she even has a thread here but look at this lady:
    Nickname: Margo
    She went on camping trip to CO w/an unknown sailor. Has to be her right?

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by grateful1 View Post
    So not sure if Margo has been identified or if she even has a thread here but look at this lady:
    Nickname: Margo
    She went on camping trip to CO w/an unknown sailor. Has to be her right?

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/..._margaret.html
    This is so exciting!!!!
    Six-year-old Shannon Sherrill disappeared from her front yard in Thorntown, Indiana in October, 1986. Someone knows where she is......

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...annon+sherrill

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    Ha CarlK you beat me to it LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlK90245 View Post
    The decedent has been identified as Stewart Eric Simmons of Georgia (LKA in San Diego)


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

    http://www.pagosasun.com/victim-of-1...de-identified/
    Huge article - Victim of 1982 homicide identified - Nearly 32 years after his murder, the male victim of a 1982 double homicide in Archuleta County was identified last week.
    That male, who was previously dubbed Richard Miller, was positively identified Feb. 19 as Stewart Eric Simmons, 20 years old at the time of his disappearance....

    ...In July 2013, Barter, with the help of the New Mexico FBI, exhumed John Does body from an Albuquerque cemetery with hopes of finding additional DNA to help identify the victim, though the DNA proved to not be needed thanks to the availability of dental records for Simmons...

    ...The lead into John Does possibly being Simmons came to Barter through e-mail from an amateur sleuth, Barter explained.

    The unidentified sleuth, Barter said, is part of a group of amateur sleuths who pore over websites filled with missing persons and cold cases, such as The Doe Network and NamUs (National Unidentified and Missing Persons System).

    Ive spent literally hours and hours and hours in those databases, Barter said, adding he believed the tip from the sleuth because other investigative work led him to believe the victim was in the Navy in California.

    I was jumping up and down, I know this is him, I know this is him, Barter said. I was just positive it was him.....


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    You all are so humble. This needs to be plastered all over the main Websleuths page. I am very, very impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roselvr View Post
    Huge article - Victim of 1982 homicide identified - Nearly 32 years after his murder, the male victim of a 1982 double homicide in Archuleta County was identified last week.
    That male, who was previously dubbed Richard Miller, was positively identified Feb. 19 as Stewart Eric Simmons, 20 years old at the time of his disappearance....

    ...In July 2013, Barter, with the help of the New Mexico FBI, exhumed John Does body from an Albuquerque cemetery with hopes of finding additional DNA to help identify the victim, though the DNA proved to not be needed thanks to the availability of dental records for Simmons...

    ...The lead into John Does possibly being Simmons came to Barter through e-mail from an amateur sleuth, Barter explained.

    The unidentified sleuth, Barter said, is part of a group of amateur sleuths who pore over websites filled with missing persons and cold cases, such as The Doe Network and NamUs (National Unidentified and Missing Persons System).

    Ive spent literally hours and hours and hours in those databases, Barter said, adding he believed the tip from the sleuth because other investigative work led him to believe the victim was in the Navy in California.

    I was jumping up and down, I know this is him, I know this is him, Barter said. I was just positive it was him.....
    Fantastic for the family to finally get their son home.

    BBM Hmmm, curious about who the unidentified sleuth is!
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    I'm always interesting in comparing the stats of a missing person to the stats given for their body when they were still unidentified. Here's the comparison between Simmons and 1282UMCO:

    Age: 20 for Simmons, 20 - 28 for UID
    Race: White for both men
    Height: 5'9 for Simmons, 5'10 - 5'11 for UID
    Hair color: Light brown to blond for Simmons, brownish-blond for UID
    Timing: Simmons disappeared on June 19th, UID is estimated to have died in late September.
    Distance: San Diego, CA is 869 miles from Archuleta, CO.

    The only differences in stats between Simmons and the UID were the beard (I guess Simmons grew one in the 5 months he was missing), and there's no mention of a healed clavicle fracture on Simmons' profile. The clothing is negligible because 5 months had passed between the disappearance and the UID's discovery.
    No weight estimate or eye color were given for the UID because of decomposition.

    I wonder what he was doing in those 5 months. And why he was in Colorado when he had ties to several other states.

    I hope we get to learn those things, and that his killer is found and (if he's still alive) is brought to justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Migmuu View Post
    I'm always interesting in comparing the stats of a missing person to the stats given for their body when they were still unidentified. Here's the comparison between Simmons and 1282UMCO:

    Age: 20 for Simmons, 20 - 28 for UID
    Race: White for both men
    Height: 5'9 for Simmons, 5'10 - 5'11 for UID
    Hair color: Light brown to blond for Simmons, brownish-blond for UID
    Timing: Simmons disappeared on June 19th, UID is estimated to have died in late September.
    Distance: San Diego, CA is 869 miles from Archuleta, CO.

    The only differences in stats between Simmons and the UID were the beard (I guess Simmons grew one in the 5 months he was missing), and there's no mention of a healed clavicle fracture on Simmons' profile. The clothing is negligible because 5 months had passed between the disappearance and the UID's discovery.
    No weight estimate or eye color were given for the UID because of decomposition.

    I wonder what he was doing in those 5 months. And why he was in Colorado when he had ties to several other states.

    I hope we get to learn those things, and that his killer is found and (if he's still alive) is brought to justice.
    Gone 3 months; 4 since he was found...
    Timing: Simmons disappeared on June 19th, UID is estimated to have died in late September; found Oct '82

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    This should be listed as a match. I was the tipster. Wanted to remain anonymous, but brother I told shared it with Facebook. Wouldn't post here, but I've tried to send private messages to two mods and my sent box isn't showing anything.

    I asked that Websleuths be credited, but the name didn't appear in the Pagosa Sun article. On the plus side, I guess I can blog about how many things had to go right with the info available online for the match to happen, in hopes that helps someone searching for a lost friend/loved one. Can forward email conversation with Detective Barter to a mod for verification, if they'd like. I'd just hoped this forum would get the credit.

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