NamUs UP # 10143 https://identifyus.org/en/cases/10143 Unidentified White Female Found March 23, 2007 on General-Hudnell Drive and US Highway 90 West, San Antonio (Bexar County) TX Circumstances of death: The deceased was found in a severely decomposed state within a cement highway dividing structure that seperates the east and west bound lanes of Highway 90 West. Age: 20 - 50 years Height (inches): 64, Measured Weight (pounds): 95, Measured Body condition: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Hair: Brown head hair with black roots averaging 17 inches in length Tattoos: 5 x 5 cm multicolored illegible tattoo on the left upper anterior chest wall Clothing on body: The deceased was dressed in several layers of clothing from outer to inner: a brown jack over the left arm, a black and red windbreaker jacket, a long black sweater vest, a black vest, a dark blur t-shirt, a multicolored full sleeved shirt, a white tank top, a purple bra, blue sweatpants over blue jeans, and black panties. Footwear: White socks and black high heeled boots Jewelry: Two yellow rings, one with a red stone and the other with a pink stone, a copper colored skull ring, a gray metal ring, and a school class ring "1962 East Central San Antonio" with the intials C,C. inscribed on the inside. Around the wrists-Five gray metal bracelets, a gray metal bracelet with a blue stone, and a gray metal bracelet with a blue and a clear stone, three copper colored bracelets, a beaded bracelet. Around the ankle, a gray metal bracelet with multiple white beads, a yellow metal bracelet, a gray metal bracelet, and gray metal key ring with a cross pendant. Other items: The brown jacket contained two cigarette lighters and a glass pipe. A black scrunchie around the hair. Dental: Complete Dental Charting in available at the BCMEO. DNA: DNA is the process of being submitted to UNT Center for Human Identification.