Manorville John Doe, NamUS 2725

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  1. bessie

    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    https://identifyus.org/cases/full_report/2725


    Status Unidentified
    Case number 2000-3995
    Date found November 23, 2000 03:35
    Date created October 17, 2008 15:38
    Date last modified August 15, 2016 13:27
    Investigating agency
    date QA reviewed October 18, 2008 09:09
    Local Contact (ME/C or Other)
    Agency Suffolk Cnty Med Examiners Ofc
    Phone 631-853-5555
    Case Manager
    Name Robert Golden
    Phone 631.853.5555

    Demographics
    Estimated age Cannot Determine
    Minimum age 30 years
    Maximum age 45 years
    Race Unsure
    Ethnicity Hispanic/Latino
    Sex Male
    Weight (pounds) 112, Estimated
    Height (inches) 66, Estimated
    Body Parts Inventory (Check all that apply)
    All parts recovered

    Body conditions
    Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction
    Probable year of death 0 to 2000
    Estimated postmortem interval

    Circumstances
    Location Found
    GPS coordinates
    Address 1 e/b long isl. exp
    Address 2 e/o Wm Floyd Pky
    City North Shirley
    State New York
    Zip code 11967
    County Suffolk
    Circumstances
    multiple traumatic injuries including crushed larynx

    Medical
    Medical implants
    Foreign objects
    mandibular intraosseous wire indicating healed fracture
    Skeletal findings
    neck injury

    Clothing and Accessories
    Clothing on body
    Sparsely clothed

    Clothing with body
    white & blue srtipe boxer shorts
    size medium, GAP brand

    DNA sample submitted; tests completed.

    (See link for more info)

    https://identifyus.org/cases/2725
     
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  3. WesternArtist

    WesternArtist New Member

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    How about Pablo Plutarco Hernandez? https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/3873/0/
    Geographically this is a long shot (missing from Phoenix, AZ) September 1, 2000.

    What makes him possibly a match IMO is Pablo sustained a head injury prior to disappearing. Manorville John Doe has "mandibular intraosseous wire indicating healed fracture" and "neck injury"

    Physical comparison:

    Manorville John Doe: Hispanic male, 30-45 yrs, 5'6" tall, 112 lbs.
    Pablo: Hispanic male, 36 yrs, 5"5-5"6" tall, 110-120 lbs.
     
  4. Hotpotato

    Hotpotato New Member

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    Man I wish they would do a sketch
     
  5. Armchair-reader

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    Some of those stats are spot on. I say submit him. Leave no stone unturned. They were both emaciated. Wow 110-112 for full grown men.
     
  6. WesternArtist

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    Thanks for looking over this suggestion. I'll go ahead and submit him. There are very few Hispanic adult males (or adult males of any race really) that lightweight in the databases. So far Pablo is the only one I found fitting the timeline with a prior head injury. I wish NamUs had an estimated post mortem interval listed -that would really help with factoring in the timeline for submissions.
     
  7. Hotpotato

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    It wasn't skeletonized yet, so that should help a little! But I agree there's so many cases I wish had more detail
     
  8. coffeeandacig

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    They probably have a sketch on file. SCPD didn't care to share. I wonder if the FBI would?

    PS...Scotiansleuth, can you add where Manorville John Doe's remains were found on your outstanding map? Thanks very much! Here's a bessie cupcake, in advance.:cupcake:
     
  9. coffeeandacig

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    Sorry quick add to the above post.

    What man would wear size Medium boxer shorts if he is only 112 lbs? Either the boxer shorts are not his, or he became emaciated for one reason or another. Perhaps, drug addiction or emaciated due to captivity? At 5' 6" tall, he most likely was at least 125 to 150 lbs.
     
  10. WesternArtist

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    Thinking about captivity, or the missing person losing weight after disappearing, the story of Edivano Carlos Ribeiro stood out to me Edivano Ribeiro was last seen February 10, 1996 in Danbury, CT. Two years after he disappeared, his car was found abandoned in a New York City garage.

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/r/ribeiro_edivano.html


    (Nothing about a head injury but the locations are much closer in this case than my first suggestion)
     
  11. coffeeandacig

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    Yup, I noticed him too, good match! I can't find anything on where the garage was located in NYC, however, I'll keep looking. My opinion is, that he was suppose to go home to Brazil, but I think he ran away to NYC instead. No job, no place to stay in NYC, with only a car. Hmm... He also was a busboy before he left Danbury, CT. Easy to see him getting a job paying under the table at a restaurant in NYC.
     
  12. PictureSnatcher

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    Thank you for making this thread. There is a high probability this man came from Brooklyn or Long Island
     
  13. coffeeandacig

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    There is also a probability that he sought out a Portuguese speaking community since he was from Brazil when he initially disappeared. If that's so, then it could possibly put him in Bristol County, MA with the highest number of Portuguese people in the Northeast.
     
  14. PictureSnatcher

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    I meant the John Doe was likely from Brooklyn or Long Island. Also I believe we are looking for someone who had his jaw wired after a fracture.
     
  15. coffeeandacig

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    Woops, I got confused. His fractured jaw would explain the weight loss, and guessing he would've had surgery to repair his jaw sometime in the summer of 2000.
     
  16. PictureSnatcher

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    It's possible that John Doe wasn't reported missing but had a criminal record. Instead of dismembering him, the killer just removed fingertips to prevent identification
     
  17. Evey

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    Good point maybe the John owned them? My thought based off weight is this was a twink(tyler of very skinny gay guy) but then you mentioned the boxers and now I think either held captive untik he lost a lot or drugs or homeless or a brand that runs small or he had s big butt or junk. I'm thin but have always had a muscular butt and have to buy any underwear or bikini go bottom in medium large. And if he had on briefs or boxer briefs or speedo style they'd be tighter than boxers which would be big on a man that size but more so long
     
  18. Evey

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    HIV and aids would also cause that weight(think Matthew mcconahay in Dallas buyers club) which go with the drugs and often gay men get it and it all would go hand in hand with sellknf hjnself flr drug money then spending it on that and not food.
     
  19. PictureSnatcher

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    Or the medical examiner is wrong and he wasn't that thin?
     
  20. scotiansleuth

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    Well 63 inches on the namus would be 5'2. So that's a big difference, and if this was a whole body like they claim there shouldn't be this big of a discrepancy. What's going on here? What's up with the medical examiner? 112 pounds could be right for 5'2 right?
     

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