Frisco John Doe (1988)
December 15, 1988
UNIDENTIFIED FOR34 years
HEIGHT5' - 5'1
WEIGHT100 - 110 pounds
BODY CONDITIONRecognizable face
CAUSE OF DEATHStabbing
Frisco John Doe was a male found partially submerged in the water of a culvert beneath a bridge on County Road 22 (now known as Eldorado Parkway). He was covered in multiple stab wounds, indicating he had been murdered.
He is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
- Metal cap around tooth number 8.
- Straight black hair measuring 3.5 inches.
- Faint mustache.
- Brown eyes.
- The decedent bore 3 total scars:
- A scar on the left forearm.
- A scar on the right forearm.
- A scar on the chest.
- The decedent bore 2 distinct tattoos:
- A small cross on the lower left forearm.
- A heart containing the letters R, Y, and A with an arrow striking through it, said letters possibly being initials or "R and A" in Spanish. On the top of the heart is a small cross.
Clothing and accessories
- Black motorcycle jacket.
- Short-sleeved gray and white striped shirt.
- Gray corduroy jeans.
- Brown briefs.
- Black and white striped shirt.
- Black belt accompanied by a red, black, and gold buckle.
- Gray socks.
- Black loafers, size 5.
- Two black rubber rings worn on the left ring finger.
- Yellow-gold Citizen quartz watch.
- String-type bracelet worn on the left wrist.
- Disposable lighter.
- A pack of "Marlboro Light" brand cigarettes.