Overview of 1992 Jackson County John Doe
Who is 1992 Jackson County John Doe?
A fisherman found the victim's remains washed ashore at Bayou Rosa on Chevron USA property. It appeared from the autopsy that the victim was placed in a cooler and frozen for several months before being disposed of in the water. It appeared the body had been in the water for two to three weeks before he was found. His cause of death could not be determined, but the pattern of decomposition to his face is indicative of superficial facial wounds. It is theorized he originated from overseas.
Estimated Date of Death: 4-12 months prior
State of Remains: Mummified
Cause of Death: Undetermined; possible homicide
Dentals: Available. A filling was found in the first upper left molar on the lateral aspect of the tooth. The second molars were impacted.
Fingerprints: Not available, although documentation indicates the mummified hands could be processed for fingerprints.
Clothing: White jockey-style underwear with the tag removed.
Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The Doe Network Case Number: 2562UMMS