Overview of 1994 Larimer County John Doe
The decedent was found in a train boxcar in a railroad yard in north Fort Collins. He had sustained massive blunt trauma injuries to the head, consistent with being caught in the slamming door of the boxcar of an abruptly stopping train. The train arrived in Denver from New Mexico on September 15, 1994, before arriving in Fort Collins at 2:00 AM on September 16th. He is believed to be an illegal immigrant coming from Mexico, and had possibly been living a transient lifestyle.
Estimated Date of Death: Same Day State of Remains: Recognizable face Cause of Death: Accident
Dentals: Available. Two silver caps on his upper front incisors. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Sample available - Not yet submitted.
Clothing: Blue nylon windbreaker with "ARA Services Mile High Stadium" (American Restaurant Association) logo (size Large) - these jackets were only issued by the Mile High Stadium in Denver, black or gray/white plaid shirt, red long-sleeved sweatshirt, khaki trousers with "Chana y Gris" written in block letters on the thigh of the pants leg, white briefs, and black/white canvas and vinyl athletic shoes. Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: A religious pamphlet from Jeremiah Baptist Church, Denver, was found in a pocket
The Doe Network Case Number: 173UMCO