Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by CarlK90245, Jan 6, 2012.
I wonder if there is a connection to the remains found on or around 12/30/11 in Forsyth County (Alpharetta-Cumming area):
GA GA - Human Remains Found December, 2011 Fulton/Forsyth Co - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
Hopefully this man will quickly be identified.
GBI makes reconstruction on skeletal remains
GWINNETT COUNTY, GA (CBS ATLANTA) -
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has completed a facial reconstruction on a skull that was found on January 5th, 2012.
What do you experienced ones think of this one as a possibility:
He was from Florida, but based on circumstances, he could have made his way to Georgia. Also, the first picture of him looks very similar to me to the reconstruction.
The more I compare the photo to the reconstruction, I see very strong resemblance.
I don't see any mention that the UID had all the silver in his upper front teeth that Humberto has.
If he did, they certainly would have mentioned it.
I found what I believe is the NamUs file for the partial remains for this UID found in 2009. A little bit of a clothing description at this NamUs case file:
The above file hasn't been updated to reflect the recent find in Jan '12.
I'm not finding any public information on the dentals based on the '12 find. However it appears that HUMBERTO HERNANDEZ-PEREZ has some dental work which is visible in his case file. It should be a quick comparison based on dentals since earlier MSM articles indicate dentals are available for the UID. I see enough of a resemblence it wouldn't hurt to contact the coroners office and submit Humberto Hernandez-Perez as a possible match. Good luck!
Carl has a good point here. The recon made for the UID isn't showing teeth. I'd take that to mean there isn't anything the coroner believes are identifying regarding the teeth, especially with as much silver as shown in Humberto's smile. Otherwise, I think the recon would have included the dentals.
Honestly, I don't know much about the "grills" - like are they removable? Would it still be present after 2-3 years? Wasn't sure, so TY for your post!
I don't think this is a removable "grill" as popularized in hip hop culture, but rather the typical permanent silver dental work often seen in people from Latin America. Here in the Southwest it is a very common sight. My understanding is that is it likely caused by the poor water in Latin American countries. [according to my husband's parents, who are from Mexico.]
[I know it doesn't really change anything or provide any additional info regarding this particular UID, but I just thought I'd share what I knew]
These two cases are thought to be connected although there is no DNA confirmation yet.
Skull and other bones belonging to a 20 to 40 year old White Hispanic/Latino Male found January 2012 at 2328 Brown Road, Buford, Georgia. Dentals are available.
20 to 50 year old White Male with black body hair, dismembered torso found July 6 2009 at Woodward Mill Road, Buford.
The locations are about 4 miles apart, a 10 minutes drive.
2328 Brown Rd, Buford, GA 30519 to Unknown road - Google Maps
Here's the NamUs casefile for this UID:
... and the related casefile for the parts found in July 2009:
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