Overview of 1992 Pinal County Jane Doe
The dedecent's mummified remains were located in a desert area in Apache Junction just south of US 60. The DNA Doe Project took on her case in 2018.
Estimated Date of Death: 4-10 weeks prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Mummified Cause of Death: Unknown
Dentals: Available Fingerprints: Available DNA: Available
Clothing: Blue denim Levi cut-off short pants with . The pants are in place with the waist buttoned and zipper buttoned. The pant cuff margins are irregular and frayed with folding. Multiple horizontal slit-like openings are over the anterior right front pant leg. No size can be determined. Light-colored Adonna by JCPenney underpants (size 5). The underpants are inside-out and in place. Light-colored pullover short-sleeved Team Gear t-shirt with a soccer multicolored design and the words "Team Gear" (size large). Light-colored or white padded bra, which is fashioned in the usual fashion over the back. No size or manufacturer is identifiable. Jewelry: Yellow-metal ring with a nugget design on the left ring finger. Additional Personal Items: Light-colored elastic hairband. Found in the left front pants pocket is a corroded quarter, a penny, and a yellow metal token. On one side of the token is "Valid for one student fare" and on the other side is "Phoenix Transit System" with a central large "P". Found in the right front pants pocket is a round piece of paper the size of a penny with green ink on each side depicting a figure of Abraham Lincoln on one side and the Lincoln Memorial on the other, just like that of a penny.
The Doe Network Case Number: 689UFAZ