MO MO - Marion Co, 'Jane Hannibal Doe 2013', HispFem 15-40, UP12708, in Miss River, Ariya jeans, Sep'13

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Thinking about it, this may be part of what led them to believe she was not "local." I don't believe that there is a large Hispanic population in the Hannibal/Quincy area; I believe that it is more concentrated to the south in the St. Louis area and a bit more to the northwest toward the Cass Co., IL area.
 

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Cyan I completely agree with you. I was also thinking maybe Iowa area. I don't think she is from the quincy/ Hannibal area though. I think she would have been ID'd already
 

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I think it was also that the investigation found that she had visited a nearby tourist site, which would seem to indicate she was from out of the area.

Shinn reported he still believes the woman toured the cave two days before her body was found.

“She was believed to be in the company of another female and a male,” he said. “They would be the persons of interest. We have no credit card receipts. The clerk at the cave believes they did purchase something with cash.”



Read more: http://www.hannibal.net/article/20140724/News/140729543#ixzz38jBVT4ds
 

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I think that could be a possibility. There are a lot of hog confinements north of here and closer to IA that employ many Hispanic people.
 

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December 7th 2016 Cold Case Update: New information released in attempt to identify Marion County Jane Doe

She appeared to be in her 30's, had dark brown or black hair, and was about 5' 3" and 135 pounds.

Authorities believe she was Hispanic.
The female was seen by witnesses on September 8th at the Mark Twain Cave & Gift Shop and was seen with an unknown white male and white female.

The unknown male is described as being very tall, tan, with blonde hair, wearing an orange "Iowa Rodeo" cutoff t-shirt, shorts, and work boots.

The unknown female is described as being short, approximately 18-22 years old, with short blonde hair with streaks, and wearing a yellow shirt (or tank top) and grey shorts with yellow trim.

Please contact the Marion County Sheriff's Office (573-769-2077) or the Missouri State Highway Patrol (660-385-2132) if you have any information or questions regarding this case.
http://khqa.com/news/local/marion-c...tion-released-in-attempt-to-identify-jane-doe

6 rule outs as per NamUs:

Heiddy Aguilar - Massachusetts
Larisa Macriello - Florida
Leyla Namiranian - Virginia
Ann Newark - Texas
Rebecca White - Utah
Traci Wirkkala - Washington
https://identifyus.org/en/cases/12708
 

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The Doe Network
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Artistic rendering, clothing and jewelry of the victim (mouse over image to enlarge)


[h=1]Unidentified Female[/h] Date of Discovery: September 15, 2013
Location of Discovery: Marion County, Missouri
Estimated Date of Death: September 8, 2013
State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction
Cause of Death: Unknown

[h=5]Physical Description[/h] ** Listed information is approximate
Estimated Age: 39-40 years old
Race: Hispanic
Gender: Female
Height: 5'1" to 5'4"
Weight: 120-145 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown

Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown

Dentals: Not available.
Fingerprints: Not available.
DNA: Not available.
[h=5]Clothing & Personal Items[/h] Clothing: Pink/purple/navy/yellow striped blouse (size XL) and Ariya jeans (size 13/14).


Jewelry: A ring.

Additional Personal Items: Unknown


[h=5]Case History[/h] The body of an unidentified woman was located in the Mississippi River just south of Hannibal, Missouri.


[h=5]Investigating Agency(s)[/h] If you have any information about this case please contact;
Agency Name: Missouri State Highway Patrol
Agency Contact Person: Detective Brad Ream
Agency Phone Number: 660-385-2132


Agency Name: Missouri State Highway Patrol
Agency Contact Person: Clara Land
Agency Phone Number: 573-526-6178
Agency Fax Number: 573-526-5577
E-Mail 1
E-Mail 2


Agency Name: Marion County Coroner's Office
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 573-231-6484



Agency Case Number: ME: 130592379
NCIC Case Number: U140024269
NamUs Case Number: UP #12708
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.


[h=5]Information Source(s)[/h] NamUs
Missouri State Highway Patrol

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1204ufmo.html
 

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I was really confused as to why everyone was talking about Missouri when the location said MS

Somewhat OT:

Well Doc, by flow volume we now know that the Mississippi River should be the Missouri River, anyway....
 

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Updated Namus link: Unidentified Person Case

Ruleouts:

MP30277 Heiddy Aguilar 02/01/2012 Worcester MA
MP24358 Larisa Macriello 06/03/2013 Miami-Dade FL
MP23055 Leyla Namiranian 04/04/2012 Chesterfield VA
MP24656 Ann Newark 09/12/2013 Comal TX
-- Brittany Stalman -- -- --
MP28316 Rebecca White 06/01/2012 Salt Lake UT
MP18207 Traci Wirkkala 08/16/2012 Pacific WA
 

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Why isn’t her Dna checked to see if she is largely Hispanic or not?!?!? Very simple test!
 

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Could Deana Marie Schwark be a possibility?

The Charley Project.

NamUs.

The NamUs date of last contact is the 1st of January although she was in contact with people until, I believe, June of 2013. I have seen that sometimes with NamUs when it seems like LE don't have a specific date: the 1st of the month if they don't know when in a particular month, the 1st of January if they don't know when in a particular year.

I know she is not Hispanic but I tend not to assume that ethnicity is necessarily going to correct for unidentified persons unless it has been established by DNA sequencing or whatever you call it. Seems to be wide margin for error in that area, as well as in age estimates.

The missing poster on NamUs page says someone called Paul was asked to leave where she was staying at the same time that she was. The FB page that is linked to on her Charley Project page has missing persons posters that say she was last seen with him.
 

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No new exclusions as of 11 March 2021

Updated Namus link: Unidentified Person Case

Ruleouts:

MP30277 Heiddy Aguilar 02/01/2012 Worcester MA
MP24358 Larisa Macriello 06/03/2013 Miami-Dade FL
MP23055 Leyla Namiranian 04/04/2012 Chesterfield VA
MP24656 Ann Newark 09/12/2013 Comal TX
-- Brittany Stalman -- -- --
MP28316 Rebecca White 06/01/2012 Salt Lake UT
MP18207 Traci Wirkkala 08/16/2012 Pacific WA
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