AR - Benton Co., WhtFem Skeletal UP2847, 25-35, GSW, burned, May'90

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  1. Romulus

    Romulus Active Member

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    Unidentified Female

    Date of Discovery: May 7, 1990
    Location of Discovery: Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas
    Estimated Date of Death: 1990
    State of Remains: Not recognizable - Partial skeletal parts only
    Cause of Death: Gunshot wound to the head.
    Physical Description

    ** Listed information is approximate

    Estimated Age: 25-35 years old
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Height: 5'5"
    Weight: Unknown
    Hair Color: Unknown
    Eye Color: Unknown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: Active periostitis along the proximal aspects of the medial, distal, and lateral portions of both femora shafts. Periostitis is noted on both inominates. This pattern indicates inflammation of the pelvis and the femora. Areas of plaque within the malar sinus indicate irritation of the cavity.
    Dentals: Available. Teeht #1 through #14 are missing but #6 cuspid is present (upper right cuspid due to near facet and shape of crown). #13 crown of an upper premolar is present but no root structure is present and it appears to be an upper left premolar. #19 amalgam. #21 root tip present. #24 and #25 root tips present.
    Fingerprints: Not available.
    DNA: mtDNA available with UNT (ref #08-7661).
    Clothing & Personal Items

    Clothing: Some small burned pieces of women's clothing were found with the bones and debris.
    Jewelry: Unknown
    Additional Personal Items: Unknown
    Case History

    The victim was located 8 miles west of Decatur, Arkansas off of Highway 102 in Rogers, Arkansas on May 7, 1990. This area is close to the Oklahoma and Missouri state lines.
    Several bones were recovered along with what appeared to be shotgun wadding. Buckshot pellets (#4) were found in the ground under the skull. A neighbor reported seeing a fire in the area in February 1990, but never went to investigate. He believed someone was burning trash.
    Investigators believe the victim or the bones may have been run over with a vehicle to make identification difficult or impossible. After the victim had been shot, she was set on fire. There wasn't enough remains to provide for a reconstruction.
    Investigating Agency(s)

    If you have any information about this case please contact;

    Agency Name: Benton County Coroner's Office
    Agency Contact Person: N/A
    Agency Phone Number: 479-621-0223
    Agency Name: Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
    Agency Contact Person: Chris Edwards
    Agency Phone Number: 501-227-5936
    E-Mail
    [HR][/HR]Agency Case Number: 233-90
    NCIC Case Number: U806567077
    NamUs Case Number: UP #2847
    Former Hot Case Number: 1355
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
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  3. WyomingSkyAngel

    WyomingSkyAngel New Member

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    The overkill & burning makes me think the killer is either a pimp or a an abusive partner.
     
  4. Romulus

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  5. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Active Member

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    there was another murder on the other side of Fayetteville exactly like this it was 1995 I remember I knew the girl (barely) she was a dancer let me see if I can find the info......
     
  6. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Active Member

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    Coger's father, Larry, a former Huntsville pharmacist, was convicted in 1994 of killing an exotic dancer in Fayetteville and trying to burn her body in a Madison County creek bed.

    http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/1997/oct/20/who-killed-billie-jean/

    people dropped dead right and left , I've been meaning to start a Gail Vaught thread but I'm having trouble putting heart into all the info I have, it could have some thing to do with all of the above a lot in the area has always been connected
     
  7. Tuck

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    I think the Jane Doe (judging by the listed medical conditions) may have been involved in a sport that required running on a regular basis.
     
  8. Tuck

    Tuck Member

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    Also a little more approximation on the location. The site of discovery is listed in a newspaper (Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette) as being on Blue Bird Road, which is closer to the Oklahoma state line.
     
  9. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Active Member

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    hmmm sound like a dancer is possible then huh?
     
  10. carbuff

    carbuff There but for the grace of God go I

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    This poor woman's story makes me very sad.
     

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