OK OK - Kiowa County - White Female 569UFOK, 18-29, July 2005

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  1. anthrobones

    anthrobones New Member

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    http://doenetwork.org/cases/569ufok.html


    Unidentified White Female
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    • The victim was discovered in July 2005 in Kiowa County, Oklahoma
    • Estimated Date of Death: 3 - 20 years prior to discovery
    • Partial Skull

    Vital Statistics



    • Estimated age: Late teens to late 20s
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Small, sharp nose. Possibly small build.
    • Dentals: Her upper jaw indicated she had an overbite
    Case History
    A farmer discovered the skull nearly a quarter mile from where a prostitute’s body had been dumped two years earlier. That unsolved homicide is not linked to the truck stop prostitute cases.
     
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  3. pedinurse

    pedinurse Former Member

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    pedinurse Former Member

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    any thoughts?
     
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    2sisters New Member

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  6. pedinurse

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    those are possibilities too! i can kind of see it in the cheekbones for some reason.
    i really hate the reconstruction on this case - i hate all of them that are done in this fashion! makes it hard for me to see anything but a "weird" face.
     
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    I think this particluar reconstruction is bizzare looking. It doesn't look human but they do the best they can with what they are given so i shouldn't be rude about it. The jane doe has an overbite and it looks like joyce also has an overbite, both girls are also petite.
     
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    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    I can't remember what brought me to this case, but please see the following correspondence:
    [SIZE=-1]Christine <christine2448@websleuths.com> [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 8:43 PM [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]To: rayh@osbi.state.ok.us [/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]Dear Sir,[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]I am a moderator/administrator on Websleuths.com and I also run the volunteer organization Lighting the Way Home, an arm of Websleuths.com. Websleuths is the number one crime solving board on the internet. Lighting The Way Home is volunteer organization that is dedicated to the families of the missing and unidentified. I founded this special group that works with missing and unidentifieds all over the country. We partner with families and law enforcement and you can get a sense of this organization by going to view the website www.websleuths.com What you see on the website is simply the tip of the iceberg. We work with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, we participate in the Department of Justice initiative to get the DNA of the missing into central databases, we keep stories alive in the media and we support law enforcement any way we can. We are foot soldiers.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]Please send me any links and all information that can be shared publicly so that I may get the case posted for viewing.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]I would like the opportunity to discuss more. I called the number on the email and the mailbox is full. (you must be as busy as I!)[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]You can reach me via cell at [/SIZE]


    [SIZE=-1]Kindest regards,[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=-1]Ray Homer <rayh@osbi.state.ok.us> [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 8:43 AM [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]To: Christine <christine2448@websleuths.com> [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1]Christine; Thanks for responding to my e-mail. I will put together a synopsis of my case and send it to you. I call it the little lady case because the anthropologist reported she was a slight build person and her skull was more the size of a teenager but everything else indicated a person in their 20's. I have a phone number that rings directly to my desk at xxxxxxx. I am also one of the three founders of Oklahoma Cold Case Investigators Association. We meet once a quarter for training and to discuss our cold cases. It sounds like we pursuing the same goals and I will send this are call the number below. Thanks, Ray


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  9. christine2448

    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    OSBI CASE NUMBER CR 05 637
    FEMALE HUMAN SKULL FOUND
    IN KIOWA CO. 7-13-2005

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    INCISOR SOCKET UNDER DEVELOPED

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    FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
    DR. SNOW’S REPORT
    TIME OF DEATH: 3-20 YEARS PRIOR TO 2005
    FULLY ADULT LATE TEENS TO LATE 20’S
    RACIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CAUCASOID
    TEETH VERY SMALL
    THERE ARE NO ANTEMORTEM PATHOLOGIES
    AND NO SIGNS OF PERIMORTEM TRAUMA

    Harvey Pratt’s reconstruction
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    DNA FROM THE SKULL HAS BEEN EXTRACTED AND IS ON FILE WITH NATIONAL MISSING PERSON PROJECT AT THE UNIV. OF NORTH TEXAS


    POSSIBILITIES
    1) HEADLESS HAND LESS BODY FOUND 1995 Caddo County CR 96-418
    2) Raffeallea ZAPATA-ROMERO missing from OKC since 1991
    3) Lora McIntire missing from OKC since 1990
    4) Mary ETTER missing from Fletcher OK since 1983
    5) Regina CURTIS missing from OKC since 2000
    6) Gail ANDERSON missing from Duncan since 2004
    7) Pam TINSLEY missing from OKC since 1986
    8) Monique DANIELS missing from Moore since 1992
    9) Amy LIEBL missing from the Village since 1992
    CONT. OF MISSING FEMALES

    10) Michelle CRAWFORD missing from Lawton since 1999
    11) Tracy NIXON-ALLEN missing from Altus since 2003

    DNA HAS BEEN COLLECTED FROM FAMILY MEMBERS ON ALL 11 POSSIBILITIES










     
  10. christine2448

    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    Dear Sir,

    I received your package today. Thank you.

    I have a few questions, anything you can answer would be helpful:

    Can you give us the exact location the remains were found?

    Can you give us the date her DNA was entered into CODIS? Has it actually been entered and a letter received confirming?

    The list of possibilities, is this the complete list of 'RULE OUTS', including those ruled out by other measures including fingerprints or dentals?

    Also, the list of possibilites, the powerpoint states 'DNA has been collected from family members on all possibilities'. Have they all been entered into CODIS and are NOT A MATCH to "Little Lady"?

    Can you give dates they (list of possibilities) were entered and we can follow to see if they are a match? I'd like to post each case on our site and follow through.

    Thank you for your confidence in us to share this case in hopes we are able to help aid in finding Little Lady's identity and bring her home.

    Kindest regards,
    Christine
     
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    Kristi Lynn Nikle
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1668dfnd.html

    I don't like the reconstruction of 'Little Lady' that said it was the wide toothy smile of Kristi that reminded me of this Jane Doe. Do we know if the missing tooth on Little Lady was actually absent when she died or they just never found it along with the skull?
     
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    I guess the way I read the report was that there were no post death losses or pre death traumas...:confused:
     
  13. christine2448

    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    From LE

     
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    Maybe if we do a little digging into the Woodring case we might find a likely COD??
     
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    Jane Chafton, body found in Stephens County on August 12, 1999.
    Cassandra Ramsey, body found in Jefferson County March 22, 2000.
    Mandy Raite, body found in Commanche County June 17, 2000.
    Janice Buono, body found in Commanche County February 23, 2002.
    Pam Woodring, body bound in Kiowa County June 5th, 2003.
    All of these women were known prostitutes who frequented economy motels in Cache Road in Lawton. The cause of death on all of these women is Undetermined (bolded by me)
    http://www.ok.gov/osbi/Press_Room/2006_Press_Releases/PR-2006-8-7_Murdered_Women_in_SW_Oklahoma.html
     
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    I am confused as to where this skull was found. CO or OK?
     
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    It was found in Kiowa County Oklahoma
     
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