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  1. Bobby88

    Bobby88 Whatever happened to Johnnie Herrera?

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    Unidentified Hispanic Male
    Discovered on November 21, 1977 in El Toro, Orange County, California.
    He was a victim of a traffic accident.


    Vital Statistics



    • Estimated age: 20 - 30 years old
    • Approximate Height and Weight: 68"; 137 lbs.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown eyes; black hair. Normal build. No scars, tattoos or surgeries. Thin mustache. He had callused hands with sooting on hands. Uncircumcised.
    • Dentals: Not available
    • Clothing: Green corduroy jeans, White/yellow shirt.

    Case History
    The victim was located on I-5, 200 feet south of Farmer's Road, El Toro.



    http://doenetwork.org/cases/312umca.html


    I sent Johnnie Herrera in as a possible match yesterday. The detective I spoke to about Johnnie's case a few years ago said that he and his wife were having problems in their marriage around the time he went missing. Perhaps he became so stressed with the struggles of being only 20 and having a wife and son that he just walked away from it all only to get into a fatal accident years later. Johnnie's family insisted that he'd never just run off without explanation and that he seemed fine just before he vanished, but some people buckle under marital and financial stress and abruptly disappear because they can't handle their current situation any longer.



    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3363dmca.html



     
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    Jose Espinoza? NamUS 17638

    Last seen in LA in April 1977 at the age of 22
     
  3. Bobby88

    Bobby88 Whatever happened to Johnnie Herrera?

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    Another good possible match. Jose might be more likely because his disappearance is much closer to the time John Doe was killed.
     
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    Harmony 2 Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    [​IMG] Gustavo: [​IMG]

    Gustavo Juan Cabrera

    •Missing Since: October 1977 from El Cajon, California
    •Classification: Missing
    •Age: 27
    •Hair Color: Black
    •Eye Color: Brown
    •Height: 5'10"
    •Weight: 170 lbs
    •Race: White/Hispanic
    •Gender: Male
    •Distinguishing Characteristics: Scar on left hand,
    birthmark on upper right arm.
    •Medical Conditions: PTSD and possibly also suffer
    from schizophrenia.
    •Aliases: Gus
    •Case Number: 169875
    •DNA : Available and submitted
    •Dentals : Available and submitted
    •Fingerprints: Available and submitted

    http://www.nampn.org/cases/cabrero_gustavo.html

    Height and weight are off a bit.
     
  5. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    The postmortem photo for this John Doe is on one of the other sites:

    WARNING - Postmortem photo at link below:
    312UMCA - Postmortem Photo

    He doesn't look like either Cabrera or Espinoza.
     
  6. Bobby88

    Bobby88 Whatever happened to Johnnie Herrera?

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    I don't know if it's the lighting in the postmortem pic, but his hair looks brown rather than black. He also appears to be missing a front tooth, but we don't know if that could have happen when he was hit by the car that killed him.

    The third sketch on his Doe Network page looks almost nothing like him.
     
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