Identified! SC - Conway, skeletal remains found, Dec'08 - Jimmie Pajaro

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  1. NorthernMagpie

    NorthernMagpie New Member

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    Two hunters found human skeletal remains while walking on a dirt path in a wooded area of Conway late this morning.

    Horry County police spokesman Robert Kegler said that the hunters called police about 11:45 a.m. saying that there were skeletal remains scattered off a dirt path that leads into the woods off of West Johnson Road near S.C. 378.

    "The bones were scattered, but it does appear to be just one person,'' Kegler said. "There's no way of telling how long the remains have been here at this point. The remains need to be processed, tests need to be done by medical personnel to tell determine sex, age and how long they've been there.''

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    http://www.freewebs.com/scmissingunidentified/scmissingmen.htm

    From the SCmissing page
    Possible match by location of the finding of these remains. Conway is off 378 heading out of the Myrtle Beach area.


    Todd James Massie
    Missing since June 16, 1992 from Myrtle Beach, Horry County, South Carolina.
    Classification: Endangered Missing


    Vital Statistics
    • Date Of Birth: September 5, 1968
    • Age at Time of Disappearance: 23 years old
    • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'6"; 150 lbs.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Green eyes; blonde hair.
    • Marks, Scars: He has a 5" surgical scar on the abdomen above his navel
    • Jewelry: He may have been wearing a gold necklace at the time of his disappearance


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Massie was last seen at a drive-up ATM in Myrtle Beach. A photo shows him making a small transaction at 3:00 p.m.
    His vehicle was located in the woods June 17, 1992 in Sussex County, Virginia, approximately 5 hours from Myrtle Beach. The license plate was removed. Some personal articles were found in the car.
    Massie lived in Akron, OH. at the time.
    There has been no activity on his social security number since the time of his disappearance.


    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Monroe County Sheriffs Office
    812-349-2534
    NCIC Number: M-595571198
     
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    Police have idea about identity of remains found
    News

    ADVERTISEMENT Police car and crime scene tape block off the area where the bones were found Christmas Eve day.
    Hide Caption By Joel Allen
    Monday, December 29, 2008 at 11:54 a.m.


    Horry County police will use dental records to confirm the identity of human remains discovered last week, but they think they have an idea about the identity of the remains.

    They are not releasing any specifics at this time.

    Last Wednesday, a deer hunter found a human skull and bones in some woods off West Johnson Road near Hendrick's Shortcut.

    Police began investigating the case as a homicide because so little was known about the circumstances surrounding the death, but a spokesman said Monday it does not appear to involve a homicide.

    Police believe the bones are those of an adult male, but they're waiting to find out if dental records match before releasing any more information.
     
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    Seems they suspect he is a SC MISSING

    POLICE
    HORRY COUNTY
    Remains await dental proof for identification
    Horry County police said Monday they have an idea of the identity of skeletal remains found by hunters last week near Conway, but they are waiting for dental records before releasing any details.
    Police believe the remains belong to an adult male, who Sgt. Robert Kegler said is listed as a missing person.
    Kegler said details will be released if dental records confirm the identity of the remains.
    The results from the dental record testing will not be available until next week, a press release said.
    http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/news/local/story/724751.html
     
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    http://www.carolinalive.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=245086

    Horry County Coroner Robert Edge says he's not sure if we'll ever know the cause of death for a man whose remains were found in the woods on Christmas Eve.
    Police responded to West Johnston Road in Horry County after hunters found the bones in a wooded area.
    Officers tell NewsChannel 15 tests have confirmed the remains are those of Jimmie John Pajaro, who had been missing since September 8th.
    Coroner Edge says because they were so badly deteriorated, the remains were sent to an anthropologist in Charleston for an advanced examination.
    Horry County police continue to investigate.
     
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    Horry County Coroner Robert Edge says he's not sure if we'll ever know the cause of death for a man whose remains were found in the woods on Christmas Eve.
    Police responded to West Johnston Road in Horry County after hunters found the bones in a wooded area.
    Officers tell NewsChannel 15 tests have confirmed the remains are those of Jimmie John Pajaro, who had been missing since September 8th.
    Coroner Edge says because they were so badly deteriorated, the remains were sent to an anthropologist in Charleston for an advanced examination.
    Horry County police continue to investigate.
     

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