AZ AZ - Tempe, HispFem 501UFAZ, 15-19, hitchhiking, overdose, Apr'02

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  1. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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  3. fmw63

    fmw63 New Member

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    Looks real close. This is the girl Det. Lancaster mentioned to me the other day when I spoke with him about Tawni's info, as a possible next case for the Websleuths to tackle!:)
     
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    Zanko New Member

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    Florinda and this Jane Doe look a lot alike to me. Does it appear to you that the right nostril (facing the camera) is flatter on both Jane Doe and Florinda?
     
  5. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    I can't tell if that is a trick of shadows or not.
     
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    EmilyE Former Member

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    The unidentified young woman looks Native to me. All of northeast Arizona is Hopi and Navajo reservation. Seems like the best place to look to me.
     
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    Zanko New Member

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    Are the tribal police working on this case?
     
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    Julessleuther New Member

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    I am from Phoenix area. There are many areas, even just outside of Phoenix that are native American lands. There are also many illegal immigrants in the area. The area she was found is not too far from ASU. It sounds like she is a local to me JMO.
     
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    fmw63 New Member

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    One is, but I don't know how many there are...
     
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    fmw63 New Member

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    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2008/04/29/20080429unidentified0429.html

    The article says her mother kicked her out of the house for doing drugs. So I'm guessing we won't see a missing persons report on her, unless it's for a much later date.
     
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    Lucy's mom Member

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    I would definitely send that in!
     
  12. fmw63

    fmw63 New Member

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    How about sending flyers to the middle/high schools in the Phoenix area where she was picked up?

    Back to Photoshop...
     
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    fmw63 New Member

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    just playing around in Photoshop..
     

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  14. Fairy1

    Fairy1 No Country for Old Men

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    I've looked for this girl before without any luck. I feel if she was kicked out, her mother would not have filed a missing persons report. Maybe a sibling or other relative???

    Let me just get this straight....the dude that picked her up took her to purchase drugs then got high with her. She OD'd and winds up laying in the street behind a business. Hmmmmm, did he put her there? And if he spent that much time with her, did she never mention her name? I'm not up on druggie etiquette, but I just cannot believe someone would get into a car with a stranger, tell him you've been kicked out of your home, go buy drugs, get high and never once offer - at least - her first name!

    I think it would be helpful to know if she had mentioned WHEN she was kicked out. If it was just that day or within the past few days, I would bet she was from the area. JMO
     
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    One thing I noticed about the area she was picked up in - it has several mobile home parks nearby.
     
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    Vask Gumshoe

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    Alright.. another Phoenix one.. I guess I'll be diving head, hands, and feet first into it, eh? :p

    This is starting to sound familiar... :bang: :doh::banghead:
     
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    Great! The more, the merrier! :clap:
     
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    I'm waiting for an answer to some questions I sent to one of the detectives .
     
  19. Vask

    Vask Gumshoe

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    With her having been picked up around 32nd Street and Greenway, claiming her mother kicked her out, chances are she didn't live too far away which would put her into the Paradise Valley School District. That's also providing she was kicked out that day and hadn't gotten too far from home yet.

    Here are the boundary maps for that district:
    http://cmweb.pvschools.net/siteweb/boundaryMaps.htm

    I personally went to Vista Verde Middle for both 7th and 8th grades and North Canyon HS for my freshman year.
     
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    Found this. The article states they already checked local schools and found no matches, but I'm wondering if they checked Tempe schools or the schools around where she was initially picked up at.
    http://www.azcentral.com/specials/special14/articles/0106coldcase06.html
     
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    Fairy1 No Country for Old Men

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    Well, I didn't want to mention it.......but it sure does!
     

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