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

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  1. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    Definitely. Adding it to my list of things for Monday.
     


  2. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Is El Paso near the borders of AZ, NM, TX and Mexico?
     
  3. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    I believe so. (Geo not my strong point ;))
     
  4. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    S’OK. Google Maps is my friend.

    Also, I’m curious. Could a civvy get hold of a ‘military issue camo shirt (desert digital pattern)’?

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/15905

    I wonder if the shirt could have a service number printed on it (ie; laundry tag)?
     
  5. watergirl62

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  6. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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  7. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    Can we get Madison's pictures added into the first post, like we did with Little Jacob?
     
  8. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    More on the shirt. I wonder if it’s patented Desert MARPAT or a copy?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/MARPAT

    Is there a photo of it anywhere?

    Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma AZ:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_Corps_Air_Station_Yuma
     
  9. DakotaMayi

    DakotaMayi Former Member

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    I keep on adding to this as we go so I am posting it here for reference.
    This is all we know about Madison and some of everyone's musings at the end.

    Description:

    2 to 6 year old Caucasian or Hispanic female with black/brown hair, which is more than a foot long/past the shoulders (about 16 inches)
    Had medical apparatus found in her that is commonly used with a feeding tube - MIC-KEY G-tube.
    The lower jaw would have been smaller than the rest of her face, causing a receded chin and was most likely unable to close her mouth.
    The skull was deformed and flattened on one side. The girl's head and face would have been asymmetrical. The left side of her face would have been more prominent.
    Possible Micrognathia, which would have affected her ability to eat on her own.
    Likely would have had medical care throughout her life.
    Mic-Key 14 FR 1.2 cm feeding tube inscribed with "AA4069F02." The feeding tube would've had to have been surgically implanted initially and could be changed at home quarterly.
    Found September 17, 2016 about 40 feet from an Interstate 45 feeder road (7500 Blk I-45 North) in Madison County, TX about 85 miles northwest of Houston.

    Child may be from Texas, Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, or possibly California.

    She was located in a black suitcase (pictured) by someone who was mowing grass.
    It is likely she was dumped months prior to her discovery.
    Death has been ruled a homicide.
    No signs of trauma on the badly decomposed body. No cause of death determined.
    All parts recovered.

    NAMUS:
    Dental available.
    Finger print not available.
    Cannot estimate weight or height.
    Skeletal frame was underdeveloped.

    Clothing found on body:
    Pink dress (size 4T, Brand "Mon Petit)) with colorfully embroidered butterflies and the words "Follow Your Dreams" – Sold at Walmart & Kmart

    Size 4 Diaper - "Parent's Choice" brand – Can be purchased at Walmart & Amazon.


    Other items found with Madison:
    Military issued camo shirt (desert digital pattern)
    Silver child's bedspread
    Grey adult sweatshirt
    Small green blanket


    RULED OUT:
    Amaya Arretta-Lopez
    Myrisha Campbell
    Shelby Roberts

    __________________


    Craniosynostosis?

    Treacher Collins?
    El Paso?
    Fort Bliss - near El Paso Texas, New Mexico and Mexico.
    http://www.military.com/base-guide/fort-bliss
    Other Army bases in TX
    http://armybases.us/texas/

    New Mexico
    http://armybases.us/newmexico/

    Arizona
    http://armybases.us/arizona/

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  10. watergirl62

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    I could have sworn I saw a photo of the tag but I must have dreamed it.

    Here is some info on new ACUs that was posted over a year before Madison was found.

    https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2015/06/01/camo-update-new-acus-hit-store-shelves-july-1/
     
  11. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Yeah well I thought we had a shirt tag photo and I was going to send it to the military surplus stores in El Paso, etc. to pick their brains, but ended up looking at camo instead.

    I tried to determine if the rule-out was either Connie's granddaughter or Kimberley Lopez and I am thinking she is neither. Because Namus lists Amaya as being from TX born 2011 and Connie's gd would be 8yo now. Kimberly from CA.
     
  13. doyoulovemepfg

    doyoulovemepfg Former Member

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    Does anyone know if Mexico has a missing persons database like the United States? It would be worth a shot, especially because this is so close to the border.
     
  14. watergirl62

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    Check the baby Jacob thread. They are on it!Bohemian probably has a list if you don't have time to read his thread.

    https://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=353374
     
  15. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    I hadn’t made a list but it was a great idea!

    Missing Children Search:

    Search for Missing Children

    Global Missing Children's Network

    INTERPOL

    LOCATEL

    RNPED

    Tweets by @_LaAlameda (@_LaAlameda) – Twitter

    Tweets by Alerta AMBER México (@AAMBER_mx) – Twitter

    Tweets by LaAlamedaAlerta (@LaAlamedaAlerta) – Twitter

    CENTRAL DE CRIANÇAS DESAPARECIDAS - CCD
     
  16. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    thepinkdragon Verified US Army Veteran/Certified Veteran's Menta

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    Yes a civilian could get that shirt from any military surplus store. However, looking at the link from AZ to TX, it very well could have been an Army soldier's top. Fort Huachuca is located in Sierra Vista, AZ. White Sands is a base in New Mexico, and then we have Fort Bliss in El Paso. It does seem very hinky, but could be a coincidence. Also, someone mentioned the VA before; however if this was an active duty military family, they would be on Tricare and the child would have been enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program due to her medical conditions.

    MOO, The shirt could have been planted to point towards a link to a service member to throw investigators off. If she were a service members dependent and she was getting healthcare from the military, there would have been an immediate search for her.


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  18. Bohemian

    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Thank you very much for your insight, tpd. I’m afraid the camo shirt may be a red herring.
     
  19. DakotaMayi

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    I have to and hate to say I agree. They would have to be pretty stupid to leave that behind knowing it could easily link straight back to them and they seem to have covered there tracks with everything else other than that. I feel it would have been too difficult for them to get away with this for so long if she was part of a military family.
     
  20. watergirl62

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    Hmm...Perhaps y'all are correct, but then again, never underestimate stupid.

    I think your list with Mexican/Central American/International missing persons sites needs to go in a sticky, Bohemian. I will save them to my PC bookmarks. Excellent sleuthing there.
     

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