TX TX - Madisonville, UnkFem 2-6, UP15905, feeding tube, in suitcase, clothes, blankets, Sep'16

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  1. watergirl62

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    I lost track of Madison for a bit... it is so good to see some progress on her case since the composite and photos of her clothes and pollen results were released.
    The grandmother's story coupled with Kimberly's CP page is tragic yet compelling.

    *waits and prays with Connie*
     


  2. lauriebullot

    lauriebullot New Member

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    Thats what I have been thinking. so so sad
     
  3. Bootsctr

    Bootsctr Well-Known Member

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    Bumping! I hope that someone collected the items from Connie for DNA testing.
     
  4. lauriebullot

    lauriebullot New Member

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    Maybe they are not taking Connie seriously because they have already located her adopted granddaughter and know its not her.
     
  5. aThousandYearsWide

    aThousandYearsWide Well-Known Member

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    Unidentified White or Hispanic female child

    Date of Discovery: September 17, 2016
    Location of Discovery: Madisonville, Texas
    Estimated Date of Death: 3-5 months
    State of Remains: Skeletal
    Cause of Death: Homicide

    Physical description:
    Estimated Age: 2-6 years old
    Race: White or Hispanic
    Gender: Female
    Height: n/a
    Weight: n'a
    Hair Color: dark long hair and described as thick.
    Eye Color: n/a
    Clothing: a pink dress (size 4T, “Mon Petit” brand) with embroidered butterflies and the words “Follow Your Dreams” and a size 4 diaper (“Parent’s Choice” brand)
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: she possibly had micrognathia (a condition that affects jaw growth where the jaw is smaller than usual), a flattened skull deformity on one side which would make her face asymmetrical, and she was found with a feeding tube (Mic-Key 14 FR 1.2 cm) with the inscription "AA4069F02".

    Circumstances:
    The victim was found in a pasture off a roadway in a suitcase. She had been wrapped in three garbage bags. Due to her possible micrognathia she wouldn't be able to feed herself and possibly received a great amount of medical care in her life. Her feeding tube would have to be surgically inserted. Pollen analysis suggests she spent time in southwest US, particularly southeast Arizona or in the nearby areas in Mexico.

    Sources:
    https://identifyus.org/cases/15905
    http://www.missingkids.org/poster/NCMU/1291323
    http://abc13.com/2416484/
    http://unidentified.wikia.com/wiki/...?li_source=LI&li_medium=wikia-footer-wiki-rec

    Developments in case:
    The latest developments in her case are from Sept of this year. A grandmother from Tuscon, AZ thought the composite resembled her granddaughter that she hasn't seen since 2015.
    http://www.kvoa.com/story/36380170/...a-child-found-in-texas-resemble-granddaughter

    If you recognize this decedent, please call
    NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST
    Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 936-348-2755
    Dallas County Medical Examiner at 214-920-5900
     
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  6. masquerading

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    It's so hard to believe that no one has come forward with info on this girl, especially since she would've likely seen multiple doctors in her life. The flattened skull on one side could be plagiocephaly, which occurs in "5% to 45% of otherwise healthy newborns" according to the Faces of Children website. I read from multiple sources that micrognathsia is fairly common and often fixes itself as the child grows up. Im giving all of that information because I was wondering how rare this girl's condition was and whether or not there would be a record of some kind, but since the features aren't all that uncommon, I doubt there is. Still, it seems like this girl needed a lot of medical care and would've been seeing doctors often, and I think if I were a doctor I'd remember a little girl with so many needs just not showing up to appointments anymore. Maybe not, or maybe this girl's guardian said they were switching doctors so there wouldn't be any suspicion there. This is so sad, the sketches of her are adorable and I'm sure she was a great kid. Hopefully more information comes about in regards to that grandmother. She didn't really say if her granddaughter had a feeding tube or any other issues (at least not in the article I read), but I assume they wouldn't even take her DNA for testing if those similarities weren't there. Fingers crossed for this little girl [emoji173]

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  7. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    I hope that they would report on that if that was the case.
     
  8. Lorena

    Lorena Member

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    This case really speaks to me. I too have micrognathia. For me, it's due to Stickler Syndrome. I have a mild case, but many kids with my condition can need a feeding tube from either the micrognathia or if they have a cleft palate ( I'm lucky and just have a high palate. No feeding issues). I am surprised it's been so long and no resolution yet. :-(

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  9. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    Do you have opinions on what Madison may have had? Maybe alongside the Micrognathia? I know another websleuther and I discussed Treacher Collins and others up thread. I'm remotely (and I mean very remotely) familiar with Micrognathia but your opinion is invaluable here.
     
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  10. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Could a WSer local to SE AZ tell me which cities are major centres in that part of the state please?
     
  11. doyoulovemepfg

    doyoulovemepfg Verified Insider - Faith Threet case

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    I have family near that area - Benson and Sierra Vista are probably the two biggest ones. Tucson is about 75 miles from Sierra Vista, if you're looking for a larger city.
     
  12. Bohemian

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    Thanks honey. Is Phoenix also thought of as being in SE AZ?
     
  13. doyoulovemepfg

    doyoulovemepfg Verified Insider - Faith Threet case

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    No, Phoenix is in the southwest part of the state.
     
  14. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Thank you x
     
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    doyoulovemepfg Verified Insider - Faith Threet case

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    Just some food for thought... the area/county of SE AZ that the pollen says 'Madison' spent a lot of time in is RIGHT on the border. My grandparents once lived in this area and they would cross the border for medical procedures ALL the time (this was in like 2007 or 2008 when I remember hearing about this, so I don't know how doable this is now) because it was much cheaper there - they had maxed out their insurance due to my grandfather having had cancer multiple times, so when he needed a root canal, he hopped the border and got it done in Mexico for around $300. Perhaps 'Madison' had her medical treatment done in Mexico, yet lived in SE AZ for most of her life. I know there are various towns around the border where you can literally have your mailbox in Mexico and your house in the US, so this could be a plausible theory.

    ETA: town I was thinking of is Douglas/Agua Prieta, but Naco is also a similar one as well as a point of entry.
     
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  17. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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  18. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    Hey Bo, good find. I wonder if they have been contact or are even familiar with Madison's case. Someone in the medical field etc must be asking what happened to her. Even if they are not asking the right people.
     
  19. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    She could also be from New Mexico. The pollen grains could be found in both states.

     
  20. Bohemian

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    Might be worth getting in touch.
     

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