CA CA - Compton, BlkFem UP4458, 14-17 Dumped in Industrial Area, Sep'75

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  1. Moonwalker9

    Moonwalker9 Well-Known Member

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    I couldn't find a thread for this poor girl so here it is:


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    [TD]The Doe Network[​IMG]
    Composite of the victim by NCMEC


    Unidentified Female

    Date of Discovery: September 13, 1975
    Location of Discovery: Compton, Los Angeles County, California
    Estimated Date of Death: Same day
    State of Remains: Recognizable face
    Cause of Death: Homicide by gunshot
    Physical Description

    ** Listed information is approximateEstimated Age: 14-17 years old; (Born 1958-1961)
    Race: Black
    Gender: Female
    Height: 4'11" to 5'2"
    Weight: 90-110 lbs
    Hair Color: Black, short and curly.
    Eye Color: Brown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: 1 1/2" scar on left instep of her foot.
    Dentals: Available (see LASD).
    Fingerprints: Available.
    DNA: Available (see LASD).
    Clothing & Personal Items

    Clothing: None
    Jewelry: Gold ring with a large black stone. Within the black stone was a gold-colored flower. Silver or white metal ring with a white stone and six green stones. A gold bracelet. A white metal or silver bracelet. Silver or white metal keychain necklace.
    Additional Personal Items: Unknown
    Case History

    The victim was found nude and had been dumped from a vehicle in the industrial area of the 700 block of Artesia Boulevard. A passing motorist notified a security guard at a nearby business, who then notified police upon observing the victim's body.
    She was cremated in 1975.
    Investigating Agency(s)

    If you have any information about this case please contact;Agency Name: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
    Agency Contact Person: Sergeant Frederick D Reynolds
    Agency Phone Number: 323-533-1004 or 323-890-5500
    E-Mail
    Agency Name: Los Angeles County Coroner's Office
    Agency Contact Person: Investigator Daniel Machian
    Agency Phone Number: 323-343-0754 or 323-343-0512
    E-Mail
    [HR][/HR]Agency Case Number: LE: 18735; ME: 75-9275 or 7511050; NCMEC: 1107251
    NCIC Case Number: U761532768
    NamUs Case Number: UP #4458
    Former Hot Case Number: 651
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
    Information Source(s)

    NamUs
    NCMEC
    Los Angeles Sheriff's Department[/TD]
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    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4458

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/611ufca.html
     


  2. Otterly

    Otterly Well-Known Member

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    She likely has siblings still around looking for her. Maybe it's a case where the family thinks she was reported missing and maybe she was, but the report got lost over the years. I'd think she was likely from the South Los Angeles/Compton area.
     
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    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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  5. Moonwalker9

    Moonwalker9 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah she does look close a d she's also young and petite at 5'0. However I wonder what happened between 1973 when she went missing and 1975 when jane doe was found. Could she have been a runaway that joined a street gang that later killed her? Sadly she was cremated and dna will be impossible to match. Our best match is the crime scene photo. Someone should know her right? The composite of her struck me.
     
  6. Moonwalker9

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    [​IMG]The more i look at her vs the blurry PM the more convinced i am that its her. wow.
     

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    Has someone submitted Shirley Magee yet? She really does seem like a perfect fit!
     
  8. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I just spoke with Sgt. Reynolds. He says that there is a new reconstruction of this Jane Doe that he is going to send me.
     
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    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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  10. Moonwalker9

    Moonwalker9 Well-Known Member

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    Looks a bit diffrent on the sketch but she's worth sending in. Shieley Magee is a good match, only problem is there is no dna for comparsion. Maybe some of her relatives can id her based on the PM or jewelry she had.
     
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    Very strange why she was found without clothing (not sexually abused) but the perp didnt bothed to remove her jewelry, perhaps that's outr best bet for identification.
     
  12. Moonwalker9

    Moonwalker9 Well-Known Member

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    Bumping for her. How can they ID her when she was cremated? I feel like she must be Shirley Magee, maybe they should ask her family to look at the PM or maybe if they recognize the jewelry.
     
  13. Moonwalker9

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    I send her in now. Hopefully there is a way to compare them and the case handler gets back to me.
     
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    Bumping, even though she was cremated they have DNA for her, so I'm assuming they must have got it off her jewelry.
     
  15. Moonwalker9

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    That is good to know. Is there any DNA available for shirley magee for comparsion? I think they are a match.
     
  16. Moonwalker9

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    I am still conviced she's Shirley Magee, and we never got any confirmation either. Here's another reconstruction of her on
    Compton Jane Doe (1975) Photos of Shirley
    Shirley Magee – The Charley Project and if you google "compton jane doe 1975" there is a very blurry PM someone posted from that video on reddit. Although it's blurry I think it looks very much like here. The height and the age is also spot on and if there is DNA a comparsion shouldn't be impossible. I think it's time that we close this y now. It's 45 years since she was found dumped in a indutrial area in Compton.
     
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    She does look like Shirley!! I’ve never seen this Doe before now. I always think of Shirley when I see this one though: 960UFCA . But she’s much more likely to be a match to this 1975 one. I was worried to see she’d been cremated. Hopefully the girls can get their names back!
     
  18. Moonwalker9

    Moonwalker9 Well-Known Member

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    @othram

    Another case that interests me alot. I think she is Shirley Magee but it has never been confirmed. She was also a child (about 14-17) and deserves justice.
     
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