Overview of 1984 Lonoke County John Doe
The victim was located 372 feet east of mile marker 178, on interstate 40 in the ditch. Victim was found by road crew that was mowing. Victim was lying face down fully clothed with wire around his neck and a clock and cord around his hands.
Estimated Date of Death: 1984 State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Cause of Death: Unknown
Dentals: Available. #1 supra-eruption mesial drift, #7-#10 labioverted, #13 mesio-occlusal alloy, #15 occlusal alloy, and #18-#20 occlusal alloy Fingerprints: Not available DNA: Unknown. Maybe pending
Clothing: 1 pair of blue socks; 1 pair of brown corduroy pants, with rust colored patch in crotch; "Oshkosh Bgosh" is the brand name. 1 brown belt with stitching; 1 pair of jockey shorts, size 32, and 1 white, short sleeve t-shirt and on back inside name reads "Lindblad, W." 1 silver-colored belt buckle (filigree) with "Newton Manufacturing" on it and a cowboy on a horse Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The Doe Network Case Number: 1187UMAR