Found Deceased James Wray Miller

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    Name: James Wray Miller
    Date Of Birth: April 9th 1986
    Parents: Elmer "Mike" Miller & Mary Jane Miller
    Girlfriend (At The Time): Sue Grewell
    Date Missing: 12/9/1986
    Missing From: Ames, Iowa
    Height and Weight: Around 6'1 & Between 175 and 200 lbs
    Eyes and Hair: Blue Eyes, Brown Hair
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Dimple in Chin, Dental Plate for 2 Front Teeth
    Declared Dead in 1999
     
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    Discussion and Identification of him on FB page Unidentified And Unclaimed People From The 1930- 2018 Molly Randall
     
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    The remains of two people who died in 1987 and 1984 have now been identified through DNA testing by the Yolo County Coroner’s Office, closing one case and providing investigators with more information to perhaps solve a cold-blooded murder.

    The most recent of the two cases at last gives a name to the man, previously known as “The Bridge Hero,” who jumped into the Sacramento River to rescue people from a vehicle that drove off the Tower Bridge on Sept. 9, 1987.
    Identified as the hero was James Wray Miller of Ames Iowa. Miller’s body was recovered on Sept. 22 in West Sacramento. His age at the time of his death is unknown.

    According to Chief Deputy Coroner Gina Moya, the remains were previously identified twice, both of which turned out to be false.
    Moya reported that Miller’s family worked closely with the Coroner’s Office and “NamUs” during the most recent identification process.

    2 sets of remains identified by Yolo County coroners through DNA testing
     
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